On 26 July 2019 Telugu Movie Vijay Devarakonda’s Dear Comrade was released. The film directed by Bharat Khamma was a Romantic- Action comedy film. Produce by Yash Rangineni. Dear Comrade Hindi dubbed movie will be Premiered on 17 Jan 2020 in set Maxx.
Vijay Devarakonda’s Dear Comrade movie is a Romantic- Action comedy Movie movie starring Vijay Devarakonda, Rashmika Mandana, Shruti Ramachandran. A huge amount of money goldmines telefilms bought the dubbing rights. Vijay is Popular as a Rowdie. Because he brings life to the script by his acting in Action Movie.
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The Hindi dubbing rights of Vijay Deverakonda’s latest Telugu film Dear Comrade have now been sold. Dear Comrade stars Rowdy Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandana in the lead roles. The film was directed by Bharat Kamma. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. But despite having a strong script and message, the film’s weak and lengthy screenplay was not accepted by the audience. And the film turned out to be a disaster at the box-office. But North Indian rowdy fans are eagerly waiting for the Hindi dubbed version of the beloved comrade.
Right before the Telugu release, the Hindi remake of Dear Comrade Rights was sold to Dharma Productions. So many people were predicting that the Hindi remake version would be postponed or dropped because of the Hindi remake. But all those rumors turned out to be false and as per the latest updates we got, ‘Dear Comrade’s Hindi dubbing rights were sold to your very favorite Goldmines Telefilms soon after their Telugu release and Goldmine Telefilms will soon start the Hindi dubbing process of Dear. Com. According to the source, Goldmines is planning to release the Hindi version of Dear Comrade in February 2020. ‘Once the Hindi dubbing of the film will be done and the censor certificate for the Hindi version will be released, we will update on this page, so stay tuned here.
- Vijay Devarakonda as Chaitanya Krishnan aka Bobby
- Rashmika Mandanna as Aparna Devi aka Lilly
- Shruti Ramachandran as Jaya, Lilly’s elder sister
- Suhas as Martin
- Vikas as Raghu
- Divya as Anitha, Raghu’s girlfriend
- Charuhasan as Bobby’s grandfather
- Anand as Bobby’s father
- Kalyani Natarajan as Bobby’s mother
- Raj Arjun as Cricket Selector Ramesh Rao
- Pratyusha Jonnalagadda as Rubina
- Tulasi as Jaya’s mother
- Sanjay Swaroop as Lilly’s father
- Ashrita Vemuganti as Lilly’s mother
Movie Plot in summary
A hot-blooded student union leader comes in for a state-level cricketer, but his anger management issues and violent streak threatens to derail his love story
The day I become more important to you than cricket, Vijay Deverakonda tells Rashmika at a critical moment as Bharat Kamma’s dear companion. At the time of viewing, the scene feels like just one side, a slight cog in the narrative. However, Bharat Kamma carefully weaves her statement to withdraw this underlying message – no woman should give up her passion for love. The beloved comrade has loads of drama, anger and passion, but the story is elevated by the lead cast and some brilliant cinematography that ensure the film stays with you for a long time after leaving the theater.
When Bobby (Vijay Deverakonda) first meets Lily (Rashmika Mandana), he is a brash, hot-headed student union leader. Inspired by his grandfather, Bobby and his gang of friends call each other comrades, which means that we are a person who lives with you thick and thin. If Bobby finds anything unjust, he is ready to get people ready for it. He doesn’t care about optics or politics about it, even if it gets him into trouble. But Lily takes him by surprise. Not only is she unaffected by his matches, she instinctively places him among a gang of men and even thrills them in the game of cricket. But after losing her brother in a college conflict, Lily realizes the danger when she sees Bobby’s violent streak and anger management issues. Can he hold her back or lose her forever?
Dear Comrade’s biggest plus is that it never becomes one dimensional. There are moments when you think you can guess what happens from a mile away, but what happens after that surprises you. It is not only about Bobby’s anger or Lily’s disappointment. At each turn, the story takes a different turn, and more often than not, it is for the better. The story is enhanced with some excellent background music and superb cinematography.
Dear Comrade, however, is below its screenplay, which is dull and inconsistent. The climax is weak and brings the film down a notch, though it has some powerful performances. A second half would have raised the film a little higher. As the film progresses, the directors try hard to make the story different and they don’t always work.
What works wonders is the acting of the leading pair. Vijay, in particular, is sensational. Given how many times his character arc has changed and the ease with which he moves, he is testament to his talent as an actor and he shows in the beloved comrade that he is not just an angry man or a force. – That is the complete package. Rashmika impresses in her more intense role till date, and makes you root for her.
Although slow and sluggish with a slight bottom-level climax, the beloved comrade is a good effort. This is a film that makes you think, makes you guess and plays with your emotions. After the film, there’s a good chance you’ll walk out with your collar and ready to raise your voice against anything that doesn’t sit right with you – even if it’s been a while. The same effect good cinema can have on you.