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Cert 12A
159 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, bloody images, suicide references

The enthusiasm for January movies is still high so, after working in London for the day, I made a detour to Luton Cineworld for Telugu cinema hero Mahesh Babu.
However, my heart sank as the opening credits rolls and the trumpets blared to greet the word "Superstar" before the aforementioned actor's name.
That inevitably meant that there would be three hours of an action hero going through an exaggerated repertoire to prove why he has earned his billing.
This was precisely the case with Rajinikanth in Darbar a couple of weeks ago and proved to be the way during Anil Ravipudi's Sarileru Neekevvaru.
The difference is that this time the hero actually beats up hundreds of attackers rather than a couple of dozen.
Yes, Indian cinema's obsession with its leading men being virtually indestructible is more evident here than ever.
Babu plays a soldier who is on the frontline of India's border in Kashmir but is sent on a mission to inform a comrade's family that he has been badly injured.
The first part of the film is taken up with a comedic train journey in which he meets a feisty young woman (Rashmika Mandanna) who sees him as the ideal replacement for the fiance from whom she is running away.
This is all rather jolly and then the movie takes an abrupt turn when our hero is suddenly immersed in the world of his comrade's teacher mum (Vijayashanti) who has been on the end of victimisation by a local politician (Prakash Raj).
This is when Babu really turns into superman - apparently with powers of brain and brawn which can overcome anyone who he perceives as deserving of a good mental or physical beating.
It still surprises me that Indian cinema fans are not bored with watching alpha male characters leading a lone crusade against corrupt officials.
The fake fights combined with a superior moral code and the inevitable happy ending are the bread and butter of so many movies.
But as long as they make box office bucks, they will continue to be made.
At least this movie's lead is handsome and only 44, playing a character who is only ten years his junior rather than 20 or even 30 as is too often the case.

Reasons to watch: "Superstar Mahesh Babu"
Reasons to avoid: Tries to tick too many boxes

Laughs: None from me
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 4/10

Did you know? In 1979 Mahesh Babu visited the set of Needa, a Telugu film for which its director, Dasari Narayana Rao, shot few narrative sequences of him. This became his movie debut - at the age of four!

The final word. Rashmika Mandanna: "I was totally terrified. He is a superstar and he has worked in more than 20 films. I have been only for three years in the industry. On the set, I'm always like chirpy but luckily Mahesh sir was like let give this girl her space." India Today

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