When we buy a ticket for an Allu Arjun film, we known what we sign upfor: a popcorn entertainer, nothing more or nothing less. And the DJteam had promised that the 'audience will have a blast' in the theatre,Read on to find out if they have delivered on their promise. A misfit,rebellious teenager from the Brahmin community, Duvvada Jagannadham,guns down five goons who try to kill an honest cop at a deserted publicplace. Without thinking twice, the same kid empties the remainingbullets into a rape accused at the police station from the same gunthat he used to kill five bad people earlier that day. It was just thebeginning of a series of killings that were about to follow. The honestcop, played by Murali Sharma, sees a warrior in the boy and lets himcontinue the killings with impunity to uphold justice and punish thewrongdoers so that he can sleep peacefully at night. About 15 minutesinto the film, we are introduced to now adult Duvvada Jagannadham(played by Allu Arjun) one of the most loved youngsters in hiscommunity. A Brahmin youngster, who has mastered the Vedas and mantras,takes care of his family and its business that is catering services,respects elder, abides by the law (in the day) and keep preaching theright messages to the civil society. He is the ideal son and citizenwhen he is around his family members. When he steps away, his body andlanguage completely change and he goes by the name DJ, a legend ofsorts among the criminals. Any criminal who has the misfortune to seein person means that he has lived his last day on the earth. In simplewords, he is a vigilante. But, director Harish Shankar, who has alsowritten the film, has failed to give a solid reason to justify whatdrives a teenager to kill criminals in cold blood and continue doing sofor years. It seems like he overlooked the necessity of logic whilewriting this film, hoping that the fans would accept Allu Arjun anywayand without questioning. DJ managed to capture the interest of theaudience when the filmmakers released the teaser showing Allu in anon-glamorous avatar as a Brahmin boy. And the director has managed tomilk that role in the film to the hilt to enthrall the audience. In ascene, DJ introduces himself to a group of goons, before killing themin style as the most interesting and entertaining character. But,actually, it is his Duvvada Jagannadham character that keeps theaudience engaged throughout the film. His mannerism and dialogues drawsome genuine laughs from the audience. When it comes to DJ, let's saywe have seen Allu playing that role in many films under various namesin the past. Duvvada Jagannadham's role is rather the only surprise inthis regular run-of-the-mill commercial entertainer. Harish, meanwhile,has packed some punch into the screenplay of the film keeping hard-core Allu Arjun fans in mind. Allu's performance is the mainstay. Whilewe expected Vennela Kishore to deliver some rib-tickling comedy, hischaracter and jokes fall flat. Allu excels in the comedy in the filmtoo. It looks like the director has poured all the interesting ideasinto one character and made DJ alias Duvvada Jagannadham. Pooja Hegdehas convincingly done the given job that is to look stunning in everyframe of the film. Especially, she looks ravishing in all the songsequences. Rao Ramesh's character that initially comes across as aclever antagonist, has been compromised just to benefit the DJcharacter. No other performances stand out in the film except AlluArjun's. It is a commercial entertainer made by the book and it worksto some extent. And yes, composer Devi Sri Prasad's music is a big plusand dance choreography is just the icing on the cake. If you can keepyour expectations level low and watch the movie, it might just be thething for a lazy weekend.