Dear Comrade Movie Review

Dear Comrade Movie Review
Dear Comrade Movie Review

Dear Comrade Movie Review 3/5 … Vijay Devarakonda raced to the top in no time and he is testing his luck with Dear Comrade. Bharat Kamma is making his directorial debut with this social drama and Rashmika Mandanna is the heroine. Justin Prabhakaran’s music is already a chartbuster and kept good expectations on the film. Bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers, Dear Comrade is releasing today across the globe. Here is the complete review of Dear Comrade:


Dear Comrade is the story of Chaitanya aka Bobbby (Vijay Devarakonda) and Lily (Rashmika Mandanna). While Bobby is a student leader of his university, Lily is a state cricketer who dreams of making it to the national team. Dear Comrade is all about how they fall in love and the hurdles they face in their journey which finally turns memorable. Dear Comrade delivers a message that everyone needs their Comrade in life to fight against the problems in life. Watch Dear Comrade to know about the rest.


Love Story
Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandanna
Emotional Drama
First Half
Production Values


Slow pace
Realistic presentation


Vijay Devarakonda shines in Dear Comrade and he is a treat to watch. The actor has been exceptional in the emotional episodes and he surprises in a series of looks. Rashmika Mandanna has been top notch in the role of Lily. The chemistry between Vijay and Rashmika turns memorable. Rao Ramesh, Brahmaji and Anish Kuruvilla have decent roles assigned and they performed well. All the other actors supported the film well.

Dear Comrade has a decent plot tipped with a message. The director managed to blend a love story along with an emotional drama in the right way that it reaches the audience. The dialogues look good. The music and the background score are the major highlights of Dear Comrade. The production values have been lavish and debutant Bharat Kamma’s work sounds decent.


Dear Comrade is an emotional romantic drama that impresses the audience because of the top-notch performances. Slow pace is sure a barrier.