NTR Janatha Garage movie Reviews & Rating, story review by audience

Janatha Garage movie is the biggest Telugu movie of the superstar Jr. NTR. This movie has a very beautiful messages on an environment. The story line of the movie is very intense and this is full of intense drama movie. Janatha Garage box office collection is now ready to break many Telugu movie record because Janatha Garage review is coming and this is all very amazing by the audience. Janatha Garage rating is 4/5 by most of the movie critics. We hope Janatha Garage 1st day collection will get 10 to 15 cr.

Telugu Janatha Garage movie reviews & rating by public

Janatha Garage Movie” Story: Satyam (Mohanlal) is a mechanic who lives in a village and solves the problems of others. He comes to Hyderabad, opens Janatha Garage and started repairing everything including human beings. Mukesh Rana (Sachin) who thinks that Janatha Garage as his enemy, kills the younger brother of Satyam. Anand (Jr.NTR) is a nature lover who pursues environmental research in Mumbai and not able to tolerate that anyone troubles the Mother earth. He tries to save the environment by pollution and global warming. Bujji (Samantha) helps his silently to achieve his goals. Anand comes to Hyderabad on the college project and meets Satyam family through an environmental problem and later he joins Janatha Garage. Both Satyam and Anand start to solve the problems of the people and fight against injustice that raised the anger of Mukesh Rana and people around them including Satyam’s son (Unni Mukundan). After few twist, NTR came to know more about Janatha Garage and its secret. What is the truth behind Janatha Garage? What are the difficulties that NTR faces after joining Janatha Garage? How does he overcome these problems? How will he save Janatha Garage? To know these answers, one should watch the movie on the silver screen.

Janatha Garage movie Hit or Flop points

Plus Points:

  • Stunning Performances of Jr.NTR and Mohanlal
  • Glamor of Samantha and Nithya Menen
  • Devi Sri Prasad’s music
  • Second Half
  • Cinematography
  • Screenplay

Minus points:

  • First half little bit slow
  • Low comedy