A decade for Naayak.

Mass director VV Vinayak and Mega Power Star Ram Charan teamed up for Naayak, which was released on January 9, 2003, and has now completed a decade (110 years as of today).

Everyone knows that Vinayak has a mass pulse, and this fact is evident once again in this movie. Coming to the story and script of “Naayak,” there is nothing great in terms of the screenplay, but the director Vinayak portrayed the film’s balancing of mass and commercial elements as a very good and major positive point for the film.

In the film, Cherry (Ram Charan), a software engineer in Hyderabad, and Siddharth Naayak (Ram Charan), an inspiring young leader in Kolkata, fight against an evil politician named Rawat. The story revolves around Cherry assisting Siddharth in the triumph of good over evil after their paths cross.

The performance of Ram Charan in a dual role is top-notch, and his dance steps are much better than in his previous movies at that time. Kajal Aggarwal did her best as usual. Amala Paul had a small screen space but gave her all.

Thaman scored well in this film. The film was bankrolled by DVV Danayya and presented by S. Radha Krishna under the banner of Universal Media. The film stars Brahmanandam, Pradeep Rawat, and Ashish Vidyarthi in supporting roles. Thaman SS is the music director. Chota K Naidu was the cinematographer, and Gautham Raju was the film’s editor.

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