Kamal Haasan’s upcoming film, “Bharateeyadudu 2,” has ignited discussions among fans and music enthusiasts. Director Shankar’s return to the screen has been highly anticipated, with the visuals receiving positive feedback. However, some critics have expressed reservations about Anirudh Ravichander’s music, finding it somewhat conventional.
The most significant debate centers around the age of Kamal Haasan’s character, Senapathi, in the film. In the first part of “Bharateeyudu,” Senapathi was depicted as a 70-year-old character in 1996. Fast forward to 2023, and Senapathi would be over a hundred years old, prompting questions about the plausibility of his return to India to combat corruption and evade the authorities at such an advanced age.
Many viewers find this aging scenario to be illogical. If “Bharateeyadudu 2” were set in the year 2000, it might align better with the timeline. Addressing this age inconsistency is critical to maintain the story’s credibility, particularly among the tech-savvy younger generation.
The film’s success may hinge on how effectively it addresses and reconciles these narrative inconsistencies. “Bharateeyadudu 2” is eagerly awaited by fans and is scheduled for release next summer, with high hopes for a compelling and coherent storyline.