Expectations are decent and there is no burden of comparison with ‘NTR Mahanayakudu’ as its release was postponed indefinitely. So far, everything is good for ‘Yatra’. The time has arrived to know how Mahi V Raghav has brought alive the historical moments of the walkathon and its emotions on the screen. Mammootty playing YSR’s role adds weight to the movie and Mahi V Raghav’s claims during the promotions make it very clear that his intentions are genuine though there might be some political overtures.
When It Comes To Story
Title cards showing YRS’s key details from the past. Simple intro for Mammootty as YSR with a couple of impressive dialogues. YSR’s political journey is being shown in a subtle manner. Jagapathi Babu as Raja Reddy in a very brief flashback. YSR is worried about the party’s unpreparedness as the ruling party declared to go for early YSR announces Pada Yatra. He started finding issues on ground. First dig at Chandrababu Naidu using the cash for vote leaked conversation. YSR’s Praja Prasthana Yatra continues. YSR sits for Dharna in support of farmers. YSR announces free current for the farmers if voted to power. Yatra first half is alright. The movie runs on a very slow pace, heavily promoting every step of YSR. Dialogues are the highlight so-far. YSR continuing his Pada Yatra. Jagapathi Babu comes back as YRS’s father for another brief flashback. After establishing High command as a negative force, YSR started to dictate his terms. FInally, YSR becomes the Chief Minister. The movie comes to an end. Final report shortly.
Overall It’s a Feast To All Late Ys Rajasekhar’s Fans