Allu Arjun has a reason to celebrate! His latest release â€“ Naa Peru Surya has got off to a brilliant start at the box office. As reports by Ramesh Bala, the movie has managed to gross Rs 40 crore worldwide on Day 1! That is a solid number to begin with. In fact, compared to his previous films openings in the last two years, Naa Peru Surya has registered the highest opening. What makes this an even more fantastic feat is that Allu Arjun has managed this with a debut director. Also, the producers made the right decision to release the dubbed versions ( Tamil and Malayalam) at the same time. If this momentum continues, the movie might just enter the Rs 100 crore club in the opening weekend!Â Naa Peru Surya movie review: Allu Arjun is a show-stealer in this unusual tale about patriotism, failed relationships and love
Naa Peru Surya hit theatres worldwide on May 4th. The story has opened to mixed reviews but Allu Arjun is highly praised for his performance. Kudos to his drastic transformation as a military officer. His lean, chiselled physique is a major distraction,Â The movie also starred Anu Emmanuel. The film marked the directorial debut of Vamsi who wrote for films like Kick. Temper, Race Gurram.
The last two Telugu films â€“ Bharat Ane Nenu and Rangasthalam have turned out the highest grossing movies in 2018. Let us wait to watch and see if Naa Peru Surya challenges that. Will this movie manage to race ahead of SarrainoduÂ to become his biggest hit? The coming days will tell.
Hereâ€™s our review of Naa Peru Surya â€“Â We have all seen Allu Arjun on screen countless times but this time itâ€™s different. For starters, his chiselled, lean physique is such a distraction, teamed with a strong jawline and the crew cut. Even the eyebrow with a scar adds character to his avatar. He looks the part of a military officer, fit to take on any challenge. One can tell that strenuous prep has gone into achieving the look. Coming to his role of a soldier with temperament issuesâ€¦there is something raw, honest and transparent about his performance. This is not a typical, massy role, where he is expected to beat up everybody on sight.