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Family Star 2024 Review: A Story of Family Relationships


Parasuram penned and directed the romantic action drama The Family Star in 2024 for Sri Venkateswara Creations, which was co-founded by Dil Raju and Sirish. The film’s leading actors are Mrunal Thakur and Vijay Deverakonda. In “Family Star,” Vijay Deverakonda plays the role of Govardhan, the patriarch of a mixed family who bears the burden of responsibility. The story follows him as he deals with the fallout from his older brother’s actions and the introduction of the affluent entrepreneur Indu (Mrunal Thakur). ‘Family Star’ revolves around the turmoil that develops because of¬†her presence.

Family Star 2024 Cast

Cast – Vijay Devarakonda, Mrunal Thakur, Jagapathi Babu, Vennela Kishore, Rohini and others; Director – Parasuram the release date was fifth April 2024.

Vijay Deverakonda, known for his aggression both on and off-screen, convincingly portrays the character of Govardhan. At no point do we feel he is overacting, even though the nature of the character demands a certain behavior. This showcases his finesse as an actor and his ability to play simple, relatable characters convincingly. Vijay’s styling remains simple and in sync with the middle-class role he portrays, and his screen presence adds value to the ordinary plot presented by Parasuram.

Mrunal Thakur, as Indu, initially looks lovely, but the way her role is presented gradually becomes uninteresting, especially in the second half where she remains mostly mute, with her job limited to looking somewhat sad and delivering sporadic dialogues. Surprisingly, her styling also lacks the appeal that was a value addition in her previous Telugu projects. The team behind the project failed to make the best use of the fresh pairing of Vijay and Mrunal in several aspects.

Analysis of the Family Star 2024

Perhaps the most significant flaw in the film starring Vijay Deverakonda and Mural Thakur is the script written by Parashuram. Both the story and the approach are completely out of date.

Parashuram Petla, following in the footsteps of Arjun Reddy, brought Vijay Deverakonda’s image down to earth in the endearing but ultimately forgettable Geetha Govindam. In Family Star, he portrays Deverakonda as an average guy with a heavy heart who plays a superhero who can manipulate steel rods with ease, all while juggling the demands of family life. Because Dil Raju is producing, the picture is¬†meant to be a blockbuster, thus middle-class sensibilities tend to slip, and the film becomes the grand spectacle that it always was. Assuming the movie was enjoyable, even that would have been fine with the Telugu audience. On the other hand, Petla prioritizes style above substance, resulting in a dull and oversimplified film.

A middle-class man named Govardhan, played by Vijay Deverakonda, is supporting his joint family financially on his own. To make the dough last longer, the titular Family Star rustles up paper-thin dosas. His older brother is a recovering alcoholic, and his younger brother is having a hard time getting his business off the ground. As a renter, Indu (Mrunal Thakur) becomes a part of their family. She falls in love with Govardhan while becoming well-liked by their family as a postgraduate student at Central University.

Plus and Miuns about the Movie

Aside from the high-quality production values of The Family Star, everything else falls flat. The music in the background is not very good. Two of the songs are okay. The script is slow. We could have had much better dialogue. Nothing happens, and it seems just a sequence of scenes the whole time.

Final Words about the Movie

All things considered, The Family Star does provide some light entertainment. The performances by Mrunal Thakur and Vijay Deverakonda are commendable. The film’s major flaws are its weak plot, inadequate background score, emotional shallowness, and plodding writing. It might still be entertaining enough to watch this weekend if you can ignore these details.

For star power and family values, Family Star falls short. A film that gradually becomes tedious and challenges your patience to lose sight of the intriguing premise of toasting the star of every middle-class household. Better is because of the family audience.

The film’s two hours and thirty-five minutes are filled with conversations regarding middle-class dreams and ambitions, the fight for fame in corporate America, and the idea of middle-class superstars. A unified story is missing, nevertheless, to support these claims.

When the script is unclear, the performers are helpless to fix it. Despite his continued charisma and vitality, Vijay Deverakonda’s acting potential is underutilized in this picture. Mrunal has to deal with a poorly developed character, and the film’s romance isn’t that exciting compared to Sita Ramam and Hi Nanna. Divyansha Kaushik, Rohini Hattangadi, and Vasuki are among the others who are unoccupied. The character that Vennela Kishore, who is normally rather inventive, is given is passable but unremarkable.

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