With the official adaptation of SS Rajamouli's 2005 film Chatrapthi, B. Sreenivas made a fantastic breakthrough in Hindi movies. Bengali and Kannada versions of the movie have already been created, and now Hindi audiences will enjoy the smash hit. Sreenivas is well-known in the South, so soon after the movie's Friday premiere, his followers flocked to the theaters. The film, which also features Nushrratt Bharuccha, received positive reviews from the audience, who dubbed it “damdaar.”
Chatrapathi admirers are overflowing Twitter with excitement. One admirer said, “One of the finest performances and he had put his best foot forward,” in response to the movie and Sreenivas' performance. His body was something that the whole youth had admired, and it was motivating.
A reviewer for movies said, “#Chatrapathi Damdaar. Zordaar. The movie Dhamakedaar.Full-on entertainment is served up on a plate by Chatrapathi. B.Sreenivas makes a strong entrance and will likely stick around. The whole direction of V.V. Vinayak is massy. 124 minutes of nonstop “dhamaal” are coming up.
The high-octane action drama, which is directed by V V Vinayak and written by V Vijayendra Prasad, also features Bhagyashree, Sharad Kelkar, and Karan Singh Chabra in significant parts. The film was produced on a huge scale and was filmed on lavish sets in Hyderabad. As it followed the journey of Sivaji (Prabhas), who overcame persecution and found his long-lost mother and brother, it explored the issue of the exploitation encountered by immigrants who came to India.