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New York Times Critics verdict on Balakrishna Akhanda

New York Times Critics verdict on Balakrishna Akhanda
New York Times Critics verdict on Balakrishna Akhanda

Nandamuri Balakrishna and Pragya Jaiswal starrer  Akhanda is winning the hearts of movie lovers and doing fantastic collections at the box office. Akhanda which is helmed by Boyapati Srinu, has grossed over Rs 50 crores in its two-day run at the box office, which is a phenomenal feat for a Telugu film that has released post the Covid second wave. Akhanda also won the heart of renowned film critic Simon Abrams, who is associated with the world famous New York Times publication.

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Simon Abrams  watched Boyapati Srinu’ magnum opus Akhanda starring Balakrishna and shared his review on Twitter, “I enjoyed the first half of the Telugu language Indian action epic AKHANDA, about an area man who picks a fight with a corrupt mine owner.

But the second half brings in the title character, the twin brother of the first half’s lead. Then it becomes something special. AKHANDA’s awesomely cartoonish set pieces are all wind machines, speed ramping, master shots, symmetrical closeups  and gonzo choreography.”

He added, “Akhanda fights while possessed by the god Shiva. He impales a few heavies with his trident. Akhanda also rearranges the main heavy’s chakras one by one, naming each body part he’s destroying. He’s friend to zebu and children. Akhanda is righteous.

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