The second part of NTR biopic, NTR Mahanayakudu's end-result is no surprise for trade, audiences, fans, and even the film unit. The first part of the film lacked the required emotion and hence ended as a flop. Now, the second part of the film also took the same path and failed in meeting the expectations. Surprisingly, the definition of one's biopic has gone wrong in this second part.
Usually, biopics are the movies that more or less elevate a particular person or incident. While the first part of the film lifted NTR's image as a legendary actor, the second part of the movie failed in elevating NTR's persona as the people's leader. In reality, there is a lot of drama in NTR's life as a politician but all that was picturized in the second part is only the troubled life of Sr NTR who seemed helpless and powerless in every situation he was in.
NTR Mahanayakudu gave unnecessary attention and buildup for Nadendla Bhaskar Rao and Nara Chandra Babu Naidu. Instead of elevating NTR's character, the movie elevated the other two politicians. The film tried to print an image that NTR was saved from Nadendla only because of Chandra Babu Naidu. The NTR biopic transformed as the biopic of Nadendla Bhaskar Rao and Chandra Babu Naidu.
Finally, the only icing on the cake for the Nandamuri fans is that the movie also looks like a biopic of Basavatarakam from one angle. The film starts with Basavatarakam scenes and ends with her death. But never did the audiences felt that they are watching NTR biopic and that's a disappointing thing to hear by the makers.