Banner: Anjana Productions
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Trisha
Music: Mani Sharma
Director Murugadass, who gave us hits like ‘Ghagini’ in the past, has come out with a different story for his venture ‘Stalin’. The film conveys a good message. The director has selected an interesting team. He succeeds in presenting a film that attracts Chiru’s fans and other audience.
Stalin (Chiranjeevi) is an ex-army officer who comes out of the army in order to serve the country. He lives with his mother (Sarada). He also has elder sister (Khushboo) who he likes much. Stalin starts helping physically challenged children and introduces a multi level helping system, which involves one man helping three others who are in need with out expecting anything return to his help. This revolutionary idea creates a sensation throughout the State. His helping nature brings some trouble to him as well as his family. Certain circumstances make him to go against local MLA (Pradeep Rawat) and his father-in-law Muddu Krishnaiah (Prakash Raj), a Home Minister. They try to attack Stalin in many ways. How Stalin teaches them a lesson and how his multi helping system saves many lives, is to be seen on the screen.
Chiranjeevi lived in the charecter of Stalin. His intention to help the society is shown well. His sequences in Kargil are impressive. Trisha looked glamourous in the film. She did her best. Khushboo suited to the role of Chiru’s sister. Sarada did well. Prakash Raj did his best as a baddie. Pradeep Rawat is alright. Comedy sequences are good. Music by Mani Sharma is pleasant. Cinematorgaphy is impressive. Story and direction are good. The other aspects are alright.