Tweet Review: ‘Yatra’, first day, first show

Yatra starring Malayalam superstar Mammootty is releasing today amid high expectations of YSR fans and YSRCP sympathizers.

Although director Mahi Raghav requested not to view it in an political angle, it is being considered as the ‘booster’ for YSRCP before they contest in the coming general election.

With NTR flopping at the box office, it is interesting to see what reception does YSR’s journey gets.

Yatra is not a true biopic but is based on the ideologies and principles of late YSR. It focuses on the iconic foot march of YSR that eventually brought him to power.

YSR is one of the very few mass leaders in Telugu states. He has tremendous following in the masses. But will that translate into box office collections?

Yatra is a mid-range film that needs around Rs. 12 crore to be considered a hit. Though the target appears simple, it is not going to be that easy for an emotional film sans commercial elements.

With the business of Sankranthi movies dying down and with no notable movies to compete with, Yatra has the advantage to make the most of this weekend.

We brings to you the Yatra experience and all the excitement of this gripping fare live via tweet review.

Yatra begins with Anasuya coming to YSR’s home.

Mammootty as YSR is introduced in soft manner.

“Maata icchemundu alochista…ichhaka alochinchedi emundi”…YSR confronts with Cong high command.

TDP is shown as Mana Desam.

Election period. 2003. YSR contemplating to quit politics seeing money power of ruling party.

First song is going on.

Finally YSR has decided to go for padayatra.

Suhasini as Sabita Indrareddy is introduced.

Praja Prasthanam begins in Chevelle. Song in the background.

30 years industry Prudhvi appears as TDP candidate.

Chandrababu Naidu’s infamous “briefed me” dialogue comes in a different context.

“Pallello Kala undi” emotional song is shot in the backdrop bod farmers’ suicides.

YSR promises “free current” to agriculture. Interval bang.

First Half Report: Yatra is straight to the point and narrates it well. It is fairly engaging so far but is running on sluggish manner.

Second half begins with moments in Yatra.

A very good scene involving Nagineedu comes.

Time for another song “Pore eralle master”

Another emotional scene in a government hospital

Movie is progressing with the scenes that show how people are connecting with him.

YSR becomes chief minister

Movie ends