Khaidi No 150 Movie Review

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Cast: Chiranjeevi, Kajal Agarwal, Tarun Arora, Ali, Brahmanandam, Posani, Prudhvi and others


Farmers of a remote village in Anantpur district are fighting a corporate company that is trying to grab their lands believed to contain untapped water. Supporting them in their struggle is Shankar (Chiranjeevi) an idealist, who along with a few villagers, comes to Hyderabad to bring the issue of the struggle to the notice of the media and the judiciary.

On other hand, is a thief called Kaththi Seenu (Chiranjeevi) who has escaped from jail. Kaththi Seenu is witness to a shootout and is surprised to find the injured person who is none other than Shankar look exactly like him.

Kaththi Seenu gets Shankar admitted to a hospital and decides to impersonate Shankar to escape from the police. He lands in the place where Shankar was residing with his villagers. Over time, he realizes who Shankar really is and the noble cause for which he had been fighting. Kaththi Seenu now takes up the war to bring justice to the farmers.

Does he achieve Shankar’s goal? What tricks does he play to realize his objective? You have to watch the film to get the answer.


Chiranjeevi is absolutely at home in his performance. Acting-wise, he is still superb as he was in the past. He has pulled off both the roles convincingly. His performance is especially good while delivering the emotional speeches.

Chiranjeevi has worked hard to look young, his dances are good. He has not done any heavy-duty steps but pulled off the dance moves gracefully. However, he seemed odd in action sequences, which is why all fight scenes failed to make any impact. But given his age, he has done a commendable job in the dance and fight sequences.

Kajal Agarwal is there in the movie only for songs. Comedy by Ali, Brahmanandam, Raghu Babu and Posani is not effective although they managed to induce the occasional laugh.

Tarun Arora as the villain is okay. Lakshmi Rai as item girl and Ram Charan in a cameo appearance added glitz to the movie.

Second half
Devi Sri Prasad’s peppy songs

Outdated scenes
Uneven pace

Chiru coming back in form is one big asset, and the director sticking to the content in the second half has helped a lot. But on the downside, many scenes involving Chiru, Ali and Brahmanandam seem out of place with the current trend. Even the dialogues mouthed by Chiru in those scenes are outdated.

The villain in the movie is a lame duck. The confrontational scenes between hero and villain don’t have enough fizz. There are many flaws in the story too and the climax is not convincing at all.  Also, megastar looks overweight in the beginning scenes. There is lot of difference in his looks throughout the film.

Over all, “Khaidi No 150” is a film that has some nice mass moments and has dealt on a topical issue with cliched script. It is Chiru’s act that works rather than the content of the movie.

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