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  • NR
  • 2002
  • 2 hr 36 min
  • 7.5  (2,820)

Indra is a 2002 Telugu film starring Chiranjeevi, Sonali Bendre, and Aarthi Agarwal. The film tells the story of 2 dozen villages that were under the control of a cruel leader named Kesha Reddy (Mukesh Rishi) who exploits the villagers using several means including threatening them to pay high taxes, confiscating their lands for his personal gains, and exploiting the poor farmers. However, when a young man named Indrasena Reddy (Chiranjeevi) returns to his village after several years of absence, he takes up the fight against Kesha Reddy and his oppressive rule. Indra forms a group of young revolutionaries and starts an organized struggle against Kesha Reddy's regime. But they have to face numerous challenges before they can emerge victorious.

The film has all major elements of an action-packed Masala film, including fights, drama, music and dance, romance, and a well-written story. The story has a strong political message, highlighting the importance of rural development and empowerment. The director, B. Gopal, does an excellent job of weaving the social message into the story and keeping the audience entertained. The cinematography and music of the film are also top-notch and add great value to the film.

Chiranjeevi, who plays the lead role of Indrasena Reddy, the protagonist of the film, is one of the best Telugu actors of all time, and his performance in the film is outstanding. He handles the role of a revolutionary leader with great ease and charisma, making the audience root for him throughout the film. Sonali Bendre, who plays the female lead, does a good job in a relatively smaller role. Aarthi Aggarwal, who plays the younger sister of Indrasena Reddy, also shines in her role.

One of the standout features of the film is its music. The film has some excellent songs composed by Mani Sharma, which are still popular among the Telugu audience. Songs like "Andam Hindolam," "Bham Bham Bole," and "Chamak Challo" are still played at events and are considered party anthems. The choreography of the songs is also remarkable, and Chiranjeevi's dance moves are a treat to watch.

The film's climax, which takes place at the Kesha Reddy's palace, is an action-packed sequence that keeps the audience glued to their seats. The final fight between Indrasena Reddy and Kesha Reddy is one of the best fight sequences of Telugu cinema. It is tightly edited, and the visual effects make it look realistic.

Overall, Indra is a perfect example of a Telugu Masala film that delivers on all fronts. It has a mix of action and political drama that keeps the audience engaged throughout the film. The film's message of rural development and empowerment is contemporary, and it resonates with the Telugu audience. Chiranjeevi's performance is the highlight of the film, and it is one of his best performances of his career. The music of the film is timeless, and it is one of the best soundtracks of Telugu cinema. The film is a must-watch for all Telugu movie buffs and those who love action-packed Masala films.

Indra is a 2002 drama with a runtime of 2 hours and 36 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.5.

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    7.5  (2,820)