The emotions in his movies are at peaks. When his Heroes punch their villains, they carry some solemnity. There is truth in their emotion. Rarely do you feel for characters on screen, but Boyapati Sreenu makes you connect with his characters even emotionally. Branded as an apt direct for the masses, he knows what quotient is needed to elevate your heroes to their peaks.
Debuted with Badhra, Sreenu continued his league of movies with the biggies and earned a name as one of the most sort out director in Telugu cinema. But, the reason we are discussing him here is for the weapons he uses. Like every director has their set of specialities, Sreenu too has the knack of showing violence in a very passionate way. And for that beating, he uses a great weapon every time.
Here have a look at biography of weapons.
The sudden soft Tulasi turns violent and with that broad knife, it gets even massy .
The weapon has a history in this one. If the axe was lost in mud by the father, it is his son who finds it at the end and revives the violence his father created.
Apart from the ‘Legend’ bike that went famous, the weapon too was a character.
In this one, NTR has a simple weapon. Just a friendly knife to run with, striking down necks and banana trees alike.
Now, this one stands apart. This weapon looks as stylish as Allu Arjun in the movie. We have to just wait how Boyapati Srinu made Bunny use this weapon.
Jaya Janaki Nayaka
Entire fight sequence is topnotch in terms of violence and action. And specially that one weapon used by Sai Srinivas in this is fight is long sickle type sword.
Vinaya Vidheya rama
For the first time Charan and Boyapati combination is coming together. Mega fans are much awaited for this combo and fights. Teaser already reveals two terrific weapons by Charan carrying them to destroy villains.