Dear Comrade Movie Review

Most awaited combo Vijay Deverakonda-Rashmika Mandanna is back again with their latest film Dear Comrade directed by Bharath Kamma. Naveen Yerneni, Mohan Cherukuri, Ravi Shankar Yalamanchili has produced this film under Mythri Movie Makers with Justin Prabhakaran as the
music director.


An aggressive student leader Bobby (Vijay Devarakonda) falls in love with Lilly (Rashmika Madanna). When all is well going on between the both, Lilly and Bobby breaks up breaks up. All of a sudden, after few years Bobby shocks to see Lilly in an uneven state in the hospital.

The rest of the story deals on why Lilly and Bobby are break up? What happened to Lilly is worth watching it on big screen.


Vijay Devarakonda gets into ease in performing as a aggressive student leader and justified his role with his stunning act.

Rashmika Mandanna steals the show with her cute acting and expressions throughout the film with two vital best performances.

Rao Ramesh, Brahmaji are okay

Technical Department

Director Bharath Kamma made a decent narration and showcased the film in gripping manner.

Production Values by Mythri Movie Makers are at top notch.

The BGM is awesome and the songs are well visualized

Editing is neat while the Cinematography is at top notch


Dear Comrade is not a regular commercial plot or an love story which the audience predicts. The film has gripping screenplay and the onscreen chemistry between Vijay and Rashmika is visual feast.

However, there is some lag in the film and the editing could have been taken care in trimming few unnecessary scenes. The story has decent message for social cause and the director has taken his efforts to present the film without cuts.

Though the film has an old plot, the screenplay and the love scenes has been pictured well.


Seriously Romantic and Social Drama

RATING – 3/5

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