The most awaited film Jai Lava Kusa is finally here. It is hitting the marquee today amid very high expectations. The film is releasing in about 2500 screens across the globe and is the biggest ever release mong Non-Baahubali films. Advance booking trends clearly suggest that people are eagerly waiting to watch NTR in triple roles.
NTR chose Jai Lava Kusa over many other scripts that he heard post Janatha Garage. He is mighty impressed with director Bobby’s script that he signed up Jai Lava Kusa in spite of not so impressive track record of the director. Nearly Rs. 90 crore is riding on Jai Lava Kusa, which is the first big release of the season. The film needs to make the most of its first six days as Mahesh’s Spyder is slated for release on Sep 27.
Jai Lava Kusa Story Review
Jai Lava Kusa first-half runs more on entertainment and less on emotion. Jai kidnapping his brothers Lava and Kusa for interval bang leaves second half to be more interesting. Overall it is predictable yet entertaining first half. Ravan (Jai) makes his entry with a fight (one showed in the trailer). Tring Tring song is a dancing treat from Tarak. Choreography and styling are good.
Kusa turns Lava to save him from his failing love story with Rashi and save his job from a cheating that happened in the bank loan. At the same time thief, Kusa wants to exchange the stolen cash using Lava’s bank job due to the demonetization effect. NTR as innocent Lava Kumar is so natural and real while Kusa keeps the screen lively.
Kusa makes an accident and meets Lava. Both recognize each other. Innocent Lava sharing his struggle as a bank manager to Kusa. Kusa entry with Dochestha song. Tarak does energetic moves but the choreography is very routine. Jai, Lava and Kusa get separated when they were kids. ai kid character is being established, how he gets insulted every time due to his stammering by uncle Posani and how he develops a negative character and eventually tries to kill his brothers in a cylinder blast.
Jai Lava Kusa Final Verdict
Only a few titles evoke a certain kind of interest by the sole value of the sound of the words we pronounce. Like Arjun Reddy title had this powerful value when we utter it, Jai Lava Kusa evokes certain expectations by the virtue of the title.