GodFather movie review: Filmmaker Mohan Raja Chiranjeevi and Salman Khan made the movie with all the elements to satisfy the main fan of the base.
Godfather is the official remake of Malayalam hit Lucifer. The film begins with the premature death of Chief Minister PKR. The Chief Minister’s chair and family are protected by a vicious man and his name is Brahma (Chiranjeevi). Brahma created and controls every step of everyone in this game of power as his name.
Lucifer was a philosopher in one way because its author, Murali Gopi, used a big word to create the story of Stephen Nedumpali. The Malayalam Original movie begins with this question to Stephen Nadampali and this question remains till the end of the whole movie. Although Lucifer was set against a political background, the film presents Stephen as a myth. Director Mohan Raja, however, cleared the mystery and turned the godfather into a full -fledged political drum.
Horse-corporations, big corporations and obedient media to determine the fate of the next government, remind the current political weather. Mohan has added some core in the narration, which was not present in Lucifer. For example, the scene of the conflict between Brahma and Jayadev (Satyadev Kancharana). Because Brahma is quiet, Jayadev can make all the shouting and offensive gestures, while Brahma does not respond to any provocation. Although Jayadev took a dominant position in the scene, he finally realized the reality. Mohan has used clever and subtle ways to improve Brahma’s heroism.
Mohan Raja also eliminated unnecessary confusion of parallel comedy tracks or items. He has only kept the things that serve the original plot and in that place, he selected the superstardom of Salman Khan for entertaining their fans.