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Mammootty as YSR, Few Emotional Scenes.<br />
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Yatra is a two-hour documentary which attempts to cater YSRCP’s political needs than being a Rajanna’s biopic. First half is somewhat decent, but the director takes too much cinematic liberties in a movie that is supposed to be story of a real leader. It may not appeal to General audience, may appeal to hardcore YSR fans due to the emotional bonding between them and one of the great mass leaders of AP. A great opportunity was only half utilized to give a good tribute to Dr. YSR.</p> <p>
Overall, Yatra achieves what it sets out to do.<br />
Overall, “Yatra” is a perfect tribute to YSR’s life in general. The film will be liked by all YSR’s fans and congress leaders. For general audiences, it makes a decent watch as it portrays an important political event in combined state of Andhra Pradesh.</p> <p>
On a whole, Yatra is a good tribute to YSR and will appeal to people who are sympathetic to YSR and neutral audiences.
A viewer is bound to be disappointed with Yatra, for it doesn't do justice in capturing the essence of a charismatic leader like YSR.
One the whole, Yatra lives up to all the expectations laid upon it. The film is an emotional tribute to YSR and showcases his historical Yatra in a moving and realistic manner. The film is not a regular political potboiler and will surely draw mixed reactions from various sections of the audience.
Director Mahi V Raghav will impress the audience with his storytelling skills yet again. The way he narrated the story is not too fast and not too slow. Though he concentrated more on the Padayatra of YSR, he also tried to throw light on some crucial events in YSR's life. Yatra is one of its kind biopics. The film is undoubtedly a different one from the rest of the projects.
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