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CGTR Review : Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu rocks

Hyderabad, Oct 18 (): Power star Pawan Kalyan’s Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu directed by Puri Jagannath is one of the most anticipated Tollywood movies of this year. The movie has gripped in Pawanism fever among his fans and is expected to break many earlier records of Pawan Kalyan as well as Tollywood film industry.


4 / 5


Cast: Pawan Kalyan as Rambabu, Tamanna Bhatia as Ganga
Director: Puri Jagannadh
Music Director: Mani Sharma
Producer: DVV Danayya


Rambabu (Pawan Kalyan) is a mechanic, very responsible person and hot blooded in nature. He involves in all social responsibilities and fights against the odds found in the society. Ganga (Tamanna) works as a TV journalist in a regional news channel. She insists Rambabu to join as a journalist in her office as one day she sees him involving in a conflict caused between two different student gangs regarding caste system.

At the same, Ranababu (Prakash Raj) son of opposition party’s leader of the state Jawahar Naidu (Kota Srinivasa Rao) enters politics. Jawahar Naidu was always giving disturbances to the CM of the state (Nassar) and his only desire was to make his son CM of the state. The remaining story tells whether Ranababu became CM? And what cameraman Rambabu did to bring change in the society?


Pawan Kalyan, Pawan Kalyan, Pawan Kalyan he captures each and every still of his appearance with his power performance doing his thunderously crackling character much better than in his previous flick Gabbar Singh. Besides his electrifying act, he has rocked in all the elements like comedy, dance and action sequences. Sure he is stunning in his powerful dialogue delivery.

Tamanna rocks in her TV journalist role. She is racy in few song sequences with Pawan Kalyan.

As second heroine, Gabriela Bertante has failed to deliver good acting.

As usual, Prakash Raj impresses us in his villainous politician role.

Bramhanandam’s comedy lacks freshness.

MS Narayana, Nasser, Dharmavarapu, Kota and others are good in their respective roles.

Mani Sharma’s songs has impressed a lot and his background score forms the main highlight of the movie.

Cinematographer Shyam K Naidu has pictured the song sequences attractively.

The choreography of dance and action sequences are superb.

SR Shekhar has done perfect editing.

Director Puri’s has done a fantastic job and his punch dialogues receive lot of whistles.


Pawan Kalyan stuns the viewers with his energetic performance. The dialogues that Pawan Kalyan delivers are the big pluses of the movie. Especially, the climax scenes receives continuous applause.

On the whole, CGTR is an excellent treat for both mass and class audience.