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Chaitanya Krishna aka Bobby (Vijay Devarakonda) is a Student Union leader at Kakinada. He likes to fight for the right and raise his voice at the wrong just like his grandfather Comrade Suriyam (Charuhasan).

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Chaitanya Krishna aka Bobby (Vijay Devarakonda) is a Student Union leader at Kakinada. He likes to fight for the right and raise his voice at the wrong just like his grandfather Comrade Suriyam (Charuhasan). He accidentally meets Aparna Devi aka Lilly (Rashmika Mandanna) who happens to be his neighbor’s relative. He was hopelessly attracted to her sister, Jaya (Shruti Ramachandran), his neighbor’s daughter, but she rejected his moves saying he is young and needs to focus on his education. Lilly visits Kakinada to attend Jaya’s wedding and Bobby begins to develop feelings for Lilly. On the day of the wedding, he confesses his love for her but she rejects saying they both have different paths and it cannot work out. She states that her cricketing career is of utmost importance to her. But eventually, when Bobby travels to Hyderabad to meet her, she admits that she too likes him. He supports her dreams and loves her unconditionally. But after a point, Lilly starts to dislike Bobby’s short-temper and his nature of getting into fights. When she witnesses an opposition group hitting Bobby ruthlessly, she states that she is fed up with his behavior and fears to lose him. Words get exchanged and he angrily asks Lilly to get lost. He later realizes his mistake and feels sorry about it. But knowing that Lilly has moved on, he joins a group of people working on sound healing. He gets a grip on his temper and violent nature. After three years, he learns from Jaya that Lilly lost the chance of being selected in the Indian cricket team because of an unfortunate accident. This caused her to lose her mind. He meets Lilly, helps her to recover but realizes she doesn’t want to go back to cricket. Then the story revolves around Bobby’s attempts to make Lilly say the truth about her hesitation to take up cricket again, how he fights the corrupt and unjust selectors and acts as a Comrade for the girl he loves. 

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

3.5

The day I become more important to you than cricket, Vijay Deverakonda tells Rashmika at a key moment in Bharat Kamma's Dear Comrade. At the time of viewing, the scene just seems like an aside, a minor cog in the narration. However, Bharat Kamma carefully weaves his narration to circle back to this underlying message — no woman should give up their passion for love. Dear Comrade has drama, anger and loads of passion but the storytelling is elevated by the lead cast and some brilliant cinematography that ensures the film stays with you for long after you leave the theatre. When Bobby (Vijay Deverakonda) meets Lilly (Rashmika Mandanna) for the first time, he's a brash, hot-headed student union leader. Inspired by his grandfather, Bobby and his gang of friends call each other Comrade, which we are means a person who stay with you through thick and thin. If Bobby finds anything remotely unjust, he's ready to bash people up for it. He doesn't care about the optics or the politics of it, even if it lands him in trouble. But Lilly takes him by surprise. Not only is she unimpressed by his machismo, she effortlessly holds her own among a gang of men and even thrashes them in a game of cricket. But having lost her brother in a college conflict, Lilly senses danger when she looks at Bobby's violent streak and anger management issues. Can she keep him in check or risk losing him forever? Dear Comrade's greatest plus is that it never becomes one-dimensional. There are moments when you feel like you can predict what happens next from a mile away, but what follows next takes you by surprise. It's not just about Bobby's anger or Lilly's despair. At each juncture, the story takes a different turn, and more often than not, it's for the better. The storytelling is enhanced with some excellent background music and terrific cinematography. Dear Comrade, however, is let down by its screenplay, which is sluggish and inconsistent. The climax is weak and brings the film down a notch, although it has some powerful performances. A tighter second half would have lifted this film a bit higher. The director tries one too many story arcs as the film progresses and they don't always work. What does work wonderfully is the lead pair's acting. Vijay, in particular, is sensational. Given the number of times his character arc changes and the ease with which he moves with it is testament to his talent as an actor and he shows in Dear Comrade that he's not just an angry man or a compulsive flirt — he's the complete package. Rashmika impresses in one of her more intense roles till date, and makes you root for her. Although slow and sluggish at times with a slightly below-par climax, Dear Comrade is a good attempt. It's a film that makes you think, keeps you guessing and plays with your emotions. After the film, there's a good chance you'll walk out with your collar up and ready to raise your voice against anything that doesn't sit right with you — even if it's just for a while. That's the effect good cinema can have on you.

Critic Review

1 year ago | 123TELUGU

3.25

On the whole, Dear Comrade is not the routine love story which you see on a regular basis. It is filled with emotions and shows how one needs to fight for what they believe in and support their partners no matter what. A realistic love story, superb performances from the lead pair and well narrated social issue are basic assets of the film. The masses will find the viewing a bit difficult because of the length and slow narration but otherwise, this film has all the elements which make up for a decent watch this weekend.

Critic Review

1 year ago | INDIAGLITZ

2.75

At one level,'Dear Comrade' is a heavy story, much like 'Jersey' was. At another,it doesn't take itself too seriously and therefore seeks to deliver the potentially grave aspect as a light package.

Critic Review

1 year ago | GREATANDHRA

2.5

Critic Review

1 year ago | GULTE

2.75

Movie Details

Chaitanya Krishna aka Bobby (Vijay Devarakonda) is a Student Union leader at Kakinada. He likes to fight for the right and raise his voice at the wrong just like his grandfather Comrade Suriyam (Charuhasan).

Genre : Romance, Action
Language : Telugu
Director : Bharat Kamma
Producer : Mohan Cherukuri , Naveen Yerneni , Y Ravi Shankar , Yash Rangineni
Release Date(Theater) : 26th Jul, 2019
Runtime : 2h 50min
Production Co : Big Ben Cinemas, Mythri Movie Makers

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