Banner : Sri Sai Ganesh Productions
Cast : Gopichand, Priyamani, Nazar, Pasupathi, Shawar Ali, Roja, MS Narayana, Ali, Jeeva, Aaryaman, etc.
Exe.Pro.: PU Shankar Ganesh
Camera: Shyam K Naidu
Editor: MR Varma
Make-Up: Ravi: Costumes: Kumar
Co-Dir.: VIjay Ram Prasad
Pro. Controller: C. Bhaskar Raju
Cashier: D. Suresh Babu
Pro. Managers: R. Mohan Raj, B. Ravi Kumar
Stills: Sai Maganti
Story, Screenplay, Dailogues: Puri Jagannadh
Music Director : Chakri
Producer : Bellamkonda Suresh
Director : Puri Jagannadh
The success combination Puri Jagannath and Chakri has joined hands for eighth time and of the seven they worked together six movies are super hits and the seventh one ‘Neninthe’, though a not a hit received Nandi Awards making it a memorable one in the minds of audience. The success of this movie ‘Golimaar’ has already surfaced with the success of the music which was released recently.
Bellamkonda Suresh has opted for Puri Jagannath to direct this movie which is based on an encounter specialist Daya Nayak. Daya Nayak incidentally was on national news for different encounters and disproportionate wealth related issues. Based on the stories we have come across newspapers it is not clear what link Daya Nayak has with Malaysia, but even a movie lover with remote knowledge on Puri’s style will promise that little bit of Malaysian background will exist in all Puri’s movies. So it is not a surprise that a part of this film also has been shot at Malaysia.
Gopichand, who gave a super hit through ‘Lakshyam’ way back in 2007, is keen to create an impression through this movie. This villain turned hero who shined well as a villain courtesy Teja has slowly established himself as a reliable hero with super hits like ‘Yagam’, ‘Aandrudu’, ‘Ranam’, ‘Okkadunnadu’ and ‘Lakshyam’. All these movies brand him as an action oriented hero and it’s not a surprise of his automatic choice for this film ‘Golimaar’ which can make full use of his abilities under Puri’s trained eyes.
National award winner Priyamani needs no introduction. In general we observe Puri to be selecting heroines with abundance of glamour. Here, Priyamani, barring ‘Paruthiveeran’ has changed her track and has become a dependable heroine with glamour quotient. We can hope Puri Jagannath to make full use of her abilities to churn out a memorable character.
Typical to Puri’s tastes, Mumaith Khan, who was introduced as an item girl in his movie ‘Pokiri’ is now getting a new avatar as a singer in this film. Roja seems to have taken a bit off from her political affairs and appears to have played an important role in this movie.
Similar to the music director, yet another personality associated with Puri Jagannath in maximum number of films is the cinematographer Shyam K Naidu whose best works can be understood from ‘Super’, ‘Pokiri’, ‘Desamuduru’, and ‘Chiruta’.
For any movie apart from story line the music plays an important role and its success always signals the success of the movie also in many occasions. Further the presence of action oriented hero and a very volatile as well as interesting storyline can attract a younger segment to this movie. If the dialogues could be stronger no doubt it will be the boys’ favourite.