Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan Acharya Movie Review

Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan Father son duo looking stunning together

As a matter of fact. Now that it hit the theaters, did Acharya satisfy everyone's expectations? Unfortunately, the response would be a major NO.

Dharmasthali, Siddhavanam and Padaghattam are three towns which are interlinked by values and confidence frameworks.

In any case, the sanctuary town of Dharmasthali is enduring on account of Basava (Sonu Sood).

In light of his overbearing standard, individuals of Padaghattam, who are known for their Ayurvedic approach to everyday life, don't visit Dharmasthali as frequently as they would.

It is currently in the possession of Acharya (Chiranjeevi) to liberate Dharmasthali and Padaghattam from Basava and different lowlifes.

Sidha is (Ram Charan) associated with Padaghattam and what befalls him shapes the remainder of the story.

Chiranjeevi gets a dull presentation and everything goes for a throw as the story advances. There are just a small bunch of minutes which caused the crowd to sit up and root for our legends

Pooja Hegde as Neelambari came as a much needed refresher and her science with Ram Charan was reviving to watch. Sonu Sood, Jisshu Sengupta, Tanikella Bharani and the supporting cast conveyed fair exhibitions

Acharya might have been an undeniable mass masala performer. Be that as it may, the absence of imagination ended up being a major disappointment