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Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Jawaan Telugu Movie Review 2017

Release date :December 01, 2017
 Rating : 3/5
Director : B. V. S. Ravi
Producer : Krishna
Music Director : S. Thaman
Starring : Sai Dharam Tej, Mehreen Pirzada, Prasanna
Jawaan is one film which has been in the making for quite some time now. After a heavy-duty round of promotions, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.

Story:-
Jai(Tej) is a sincere youth who at any cost wants to get into the prestigious DRDO organization. But to his bad luck, he gets rejected and carries on with his life. This is also the time when Jai’s childhood friend Keshava(Prasanna) who is a dreaded criminal plans a huge robbery of a missile which is being launched by the DRDO. Just when things seem to be going fine, Jai obstructs the robbery and creates more problems for Keshava. Rest of the story is as to how Keshava and Jai fight for the ultimate weapon.
Plus Points :
The basic idea of the film is interesting and has been set nicely amidst two close friends. Sai Dharam Tej leads from the front and gives his career-best performance. Tej excels in his role and is superb in all the emotional scenes in the film. His dances are very good and he has shown tremendous growth as an actor and carries the entire film single-handedly.
Mehreen provides the necessary eye candy and looks cute in the film. Prasanna, who played the main villain is stylish and does a very good job. But sadly, his role is not elevated that well. The way tej handles all his family problems and put his country on the front has been showcased well.
The second half of the film is where the actual action starts as the cat and mouse game between the hero and villain catch up big time. The way villain sets up Tej and his family by staying close to them has been showcased well. Thaman’s background score and music are also pretty impressive.
Minus Points:-
The film’s first half is a bit weak. Things start on a simple note and the entire DRDO set up is not showcased that effectively. The robbery plan of the missile and how it is stopped by Tej have been shown on a very silly note.
There are no strong emotions which connect you to the film. Even though Prasanna does well, his thread is not executed aptly. You do not get a feeling that he is up to something so big as the setup and push up scenes do not create that impact whatsoever.
The climax is outright silly and has nothing new to offer. During the first half things are not built up well and when they look good during the second half, they are ended on an unimpressive note. One can say that the film does not have proceedings or effect which are needed for a subject which has a patriotic feel.
Technical Aspects:-
The look of the film is just about okay. The DRDO set up and the entire terrorist activity around it has been re-created on just an ordinary note. Production values are average but the camera work was decent. Locations chosen for the film are quite new and look good on screen. Lyrics of the songs are pretty nice and so was Thaman’s music. Editing is apt and looks neat.
Coming to the director BVS Ravi, he has put in some half-hearted approach to the film. Though he has written the storyline quite well, his execution is below par. There is nothing great to rave about in the film as a good sequence is followed by some silly and boring elements. He has failed to create the depth which a patriotic film needs and showcases the film in just an ordinary note.
Verdict:-
On the whole, Jawaan is the story of a man who fights for his nation. Though the storyline of the film is good, it is the half-baked execution which leaves a lot to be desired. Things are left to Sai Dharam Tej’s brilliant performance and he single-handedly rallies the film till the end. There are no entertaining elements which will get you kicked but at the same time, the film offers some decent thrills here and ends up as a passable watch this weekend.
 Rating : 3/5

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Vunnde Okate Jindhagi Telugu Movie Review 2017

Vunnde Okate Zindhagi Telugu Movie Review 2017

Rating : 3/5
Director : Kishore Tirumala
Producers : Krishna Chaitanya, Sravanthi Ravi Kishore
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Starring : Ram Pothineni, Anupama Parameswaran, Lavanya Tripathi
Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi is one film which has been promoted quite heavily. Directed by Kishore Tirumala, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Vunnde Okate Jindhagi Telugu Movie Review 2017

Story :-
Abhi(Ram) and Varun(Sree Vishnu) are childhood friends who are very close to each other. The twist in the tale arises with the entry of Maha(Anupama) and good friends become loggerheads with each other. What happened between the two friends? What problem did Maha create? and where does Magi(Lavanya) fit in this entire set up?. To know the answers to all these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen.
Plus Points :-
The way the friendship factor is showcased between these two friends is narrated quite well especially in the second half. The way things are showcased convincingly during the climax will surely impress the audience.

Ram is perfect in his role which has two shades. He looks very handsome and also carries his emotions with a lot of experience. All his scenes with Anupama and Sree Vishnu have been showcased quite well.
Anupama is the star of the film as she has a very meaty role. She does superbly in her character and looks quite elegant during her stay in the first half. Her chemistry with Ram has been elevated quite well.
Last but not the least, Sree Vishnu gets yet another meaty role. Though he is not there much during the first half, he makes it up during the later part and makes the film complete. He is a talented actor who has the capability to slip in any role and it will be interesting to see how he picks films from here. Finally, after Pelli Choopulu, Priyadarshi gets a lengthy role and entertains nicely throughout the film.
Minus Points :-
One of the biggest drawbacks is that the film is a bit slow. The proceedings take their own sweet time to establish themselves. The film needs serious editing to make things crisp and fast.
During the first half, there are not many scenes that elevate the friendship between the two close friends. Some heavy duty emotional scenes should have been added to give real meaning of friendship. Lavanya Tripathi looks out of place as her role has not been dealt well. Also, her look and the way she has been presented looks below average.
One more aspect is you get the feeling that all the emotional and good scenes are kept aside only for the last 10 minutes and up till then proceedings are quite routine. Story-wise too, the film has a very old school story line of two friends landing into problems because of a girl.
Technical Aspects :-
Production values by Sravanti movies are top notch. The film has a very pleasant feel as locations chosen, backdrop created, everything looks quite neat. Music by Devi Sri Prasad is just about okay as there was a clear scope of having better romantic and friendship based songs. Dialogues are impressive and give a depth to the film. The camerawork is also very good as it showcases Vizag and its surrounding areas nicely.
Coming to the director Kishore Tirumala, he has done a decent job with the film. He could not narrate the film on a very interesting note as the line chosen itself is very thin. Scenes wise, his execution is good but overall he makes the proceedings a bit simple and not that exciting.
Verdict :-
On the whole, Vunnadi Okkate Zingadi is a simple and emotional tale of friendship and love. Good bonding between the friends, Ram and Anupama’s love track and some comedy in the second half are basic assets. The film will attract the youth more as it is targeted towards them. But for the general audience, the proceedings are a bit slow and predictable which makes the film a passable watch this weekend.
Rating : 3/5

Garuda Vega Telugu Movie Review 2017

Garuda Vega Telugu Movie Review 2017

Rating : 3.25/5
Director : Praveen Sattaru
Producer : M Koteswara Raju
Music Director : Sricharan Pakala
Starring : Rajasekhar, Pooja Kumar, Kishore, Shraddha Das, Adith Arun
The success of Garuda Vega is quite crucial for Rajsekhar as he and his team have spent a lot of money on the budget. The action entertainer has finally hit the screens today. Let’s see whether Rajasekhar gets his much-needed success or not.
Garuda Vega Telugu Movie Review 2017

Story:-
Sekhar(Rajasekhar) is a coveted undercover cop with the NIA. He hides his identity and because of this, he always ends up in problems with his wife(Pooja Kumar). This is also the time he is assigned a very delicate case of a hacker(Adit) who is on the run. Who is this hacker? Why is everyone after him? What crucial data does he have? and What is the whole scam behind all this? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.
Plus Points:-
The first thing that hits you while watching Garuda Vega is the huge scale of the film. Everything looks top notch. Right from the NIA set up to the performances, everything looks quite stylized and yet realistic. The money that has been spent on the film is clearly visible on screen in terms of fights, visuals, and thrills.
Hero Rajasekhar makes a comeback as he delivers a very settled performance. Not once does he goes overboard and behaves perfectly as a tough cop who is in charge. The way he deals the case and goes about doing the action part is also very good. Adit plays the role of the hacker to perfection and is good in the film.
Heroine Pooja does a decent job as the nagging wife. Shraddha Das is okay in her cameo. Adarsh Balakrishna looks menacing in his small role. Credit should go to director Praveen Sattaru for showcasing the thrills in an awesome manner. The entire bomb tracking episode during the first half has been showcased with some edge of the seat action.
The first half of the film is very intense and thrilling. There are car chases, fist fights and many more interesting moments which keep you glued. Sunny Leone sizzles in an item song and will please the masses.
Minus Points:-
It is not that the second half is dull but as Praveen Sattaru builds up things so well during the first half that the later part slows down a bit. The film needs serious editing as a song in the first half and some scenes featuring Rajsekhar and Pooja Kumar need to be trimmed right away.
As in every action film, too many cinematic liberties have been taken and this shows on screen. The way the entire scam is revealed and showcased in not that clear and is hard to understand. The main villain Kishore has nothing much to do except for appearing in a few scenes.
Technical Aspects:-
Technical wise, Garuda Vega is one of the best films that has come out in the recent times. The camerawork by Anji is just top notch and reminds us of many Hollywood films with its style. The way he has shot the action sequences and thrills is just too good. As said earlier, the film needs serious editing. Yet another highlight of the film is the stunning background score of the film which elevates the film to another level altogether.
Coming to director Praveen Sattaru, he will surely go to the next level with this film. The way he has used Rajasekhar and made a true blue action film with such high standards is very good. He once again proves that with a good budget, one can create a superb effect and make a Hollywood style movie in Telugu as well. Had he narrated the second half in a bit racy manner, things would have been too good.
Verdict:-
On the whole, Garuda Vega is a true blue action film which has its heart in its right place. Very rarely do you get to see such stylized and huge scale movies which are good fun and quite realistic as well. The entire set up, grand making and a thrilling first half are huge assets of the film. If you ignore the slightly slow second half and cinematic liberties taken in the film, this movie ends as good pop-corn action entertainer this weekend and gives Rajasekhar his much-needed success.
 Rating : 3.25/5

Angel Telugu Movie Review 2017

Angel Telugu Movie Review 2017


Rating : 2.75/5
Director : Palani
Producer : Bhuvan Sagar
Music Director : Bheems Cecireleo
Starring : Naga Anvesh, Hebah Patel
Angel is one film which has been in the making for quite some time now. The film which has Nag Anvesh and Hebah Patel as the female leads has finally hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Angel Telugu Movie Review 2017

Story:-
Nani(Nag Anvesh) is a small-time smuggler who comes across a holy angel called Nakshatra(Hebah Patel). As time passes by, Nani and Nakshatra fall deep in love and start spending quality time with each other. This is also the time when Nakshatra’s dad gets upset with her and sends a special person(Kabir Singh) to bring her back to their fantasy world. What will Nakshatra do now? Will she go back to the place where she came from? How will she convince everyone about her existence? That forms the rest of the story.
Plus Points:-
Hero Nag Anvesh does a decent job in the film. He has improved a lot from his first film and this shows on screen through his body language and expressions. Sapatagiri’s comedy works during the pre-climax and evokes decent laughs.
Hebah Patel is pretty good and the mainstay of the film. Her performance as the Angel has helped the film to an extent. Supporting actors Shayaji Shinde and Pradeep Rawat do their roles convincingly.
Kabir Singh is also impressive as the bad guy. Production values of the film are quite rich and especially the socio-fantasy elements have been executed by Ethnic Creative Studios Hyderabad superbly.
Minus Points:-
Being the central character, heroine Hebah’s role is quite disappointing. The basic reason for her arrival to the earth has not been established well and the scenes that showcase all this have also not been showcased properly.
The love track between the lead pair is below average and does not add any weight to the film. Even though Spatagiri’s comedy evokes good fun, rest of the times it bogs you down.
The pre-climax of the film is also not convincing at all as Kabir Singh’s role fluctuates mostly and has been showcased in a very weird manner.
Technical Aspects:-
Music by Bheems Cecerelio is below average and has nothing much to talk about. Background score is just about okay. Camera work is decent as it depicts the VFX work and other socio-fantasy elements well. Editing is sharp and so was the entire set up. Coming to the director Palani, he has done just an okay job with the film. He chose a very old school storyline of an Angel coming down to the earth and mingling with the regular people but all these scenes have been narrated in a very routine and outdated manner.
Verdict:-
On the whole, Angel is just an okay socio-fantasy entertainer which has some moments here and there. Hebah Patel’s performance and some good visuals are basic assets for the film. On the flip side, the film has a regular story and an even routine narration which spoil the fun most of the time making this film a below average fare this week.
 Rating : 2.75/5

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Next Nuvvey Telugu Movie Review 2017

Next Nuvvey Telugu Movie Review 2017

Release date :November 03, 2017
 Rating : 2.75/5
Director : Prabhakar Podakandla
Producer : Bunny Vasu
Music Director : Sai Karthik
Starring : Aadi, Vaibhavi Shandilya, Rashmi Gautam, Brahmaji
Aadhi Sai Kumar’s latest flick, Next Nuvve has raised expectations among the audience with its trailer and first look posters. TV actor Prabhakar has turned director with this film which has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Next Nuvvey Telugu Movie Review 2017

Story:-
Karthi(Aadhi Sai Kumar), who is deeply struck by financial issues gets to know that his father(Posani) has left a resort for him. In order to make things meet, Karthi goes to his village and reopens the resort. From day one, Karthi notices drastic changes in the resort as weird things start creeping up most of the time. What kind of changes did he notice? and What is the main reason behind these changes? To know this, you have to watch the film in theaters.
Plus Points:
Hero Aadhi Saikumar’s performance is decent in parts. Heroine Vaibhavi did an okay job as hero’s girlfriend and her performance in horror scenes is pretty decent.
Noted actor Brahmaji is undoubtedly a major plus for the film. His comedy timing and typical one-liners evoke a few laughs here and there. Anchor Rashmi Gautam performed decently in her limited screen presence.
Noted actor, Raghu Babu’s comedy in the pre-climax sequence is good and his getup and hairstyle were designed well. Comedians Prudhvi and Thagubothu Ramesh entertain in parts with their comedy.
Minus Points:
One of the major minus points of the film is it’s weak and abrupt storyline. Prabhakar, who debuted as a director with this film has failed in narrating the film quite engagingly. Though Aadhi gave a decent performance, his character was not elevated properly which may not appeal to a larger section of the audience.
There are many silly and illogic scenes which will surely test the patience of the audience to no extent. Yet another drawback is that the director failed to give a clarity on major topics like why the ghost stays in the resort over the years and what is the hidden story behind it.
Technical Aspects:
Director Prabhakar, who has chosen a horror comedy genre as his debut film has done a below average job with his execution. He should have taken time and sit on the script for even better results. Editing is not up to the mark as many scenes in the film end up abruptly without any proper conclusion.
The cinematography is okay as most of the film runs in a single resort. Music by Sai Karthik is good as he has given some impressive background score which is most important for these kinds of films. Production values are good for this limited budget film.
Verdict:
On the whole, Next Nuvve is yet another routine horror comedy which falls short of expectations. Though Brahmaji and Raghu Babu’s comedy entertain in parts, the flat and abrupt proceedings may not appeal to a larger session of the audience. Those who like horror comedies and desperately want to watch a film this weekend, you can try this film out but go in with no expectations at all.
Rating : 2.75/5

C/O Surya Telugu Movie Review 2017

C/O Surya Telugu Movie Review 2017

Movie Review: Care of Surya








  2.75/5
Action-Thriller | 22November 2017
C/O Surya Telugu Movie Review 2017

CAST
Sundeep Kishan, Mehreen Pirzada, Harish Utthaman, Tulasi, Satya and others
Director - Suseendran
Producer - Chakri Chigurupati
Banner - Lakshmi Narasimha Entertainments
Music - Imman

Movie Reviews

Sundeep Kishan has been juggling between Tamil and Telugu cinema industries for a while. He is trying to get hold on both the markets by not restricting himself to one language. His latest film Care Of Surya is predominantly a Tamil film despite being marketed as a bilingual. Except a handful of actors, most of the cast consists of relatively unknown Tamil actors.
What is it about?

            Surya (Sundeep Kishan) is a catering guy who has a hot blooded friend Mahesh (Vikrant). Surya doesn't know that his sister is in love with Mahesh. Sambasivudu, a supari killer is hired on a job to eliminate Mahesh. But Surya comes to know about it and makes sure that his friend is safe. However, Sambasivudu is not an ordinary criminal to deal with.

Performances:

            Sundeep Kishan is apt in the lead role. He is particularly impressive in the latter half of the film. He gets all the emotions right like a seasoned actor. Mehreen Pirzada has a very limited role and she is alright as the female lead. Harish Utthaman steals the show as the dreaded villain. He is menacing as the baddie but credits to the director for writing an interesting character. Vikrant and Satya are good in their respective roles. Tulasi is over the top and so is the actor who does the police inspector character.

Technicalities:

    Suseendran's script is strikingly similar to his earlier film Naan Mahan Alla starring Karthi. However, his direction lacked the verve and impact that was consistent in NMA. He has handled the action part very well, but couldn't make it an engaging film on a whole.

Songs are pretty mediocre except for a melody song shot on Sundeep and Mehreen. Background score is impressive. Cinematography is neat and editing is on point. Production values are alright. The film scores on the technical front despite being made on a low budget.

Thumbs Up:                                                                       

Second half

Villain characterization

Sundeep Kishan

Thumbs Down:

First half

Ordinary family and romance scenes

Unimpressive final face-off

Analysis:

            Care of Surya isn't a bad film after all. It has a few episodes that will engage the viewers with thrilling action. Director Suseendran takes utmost care about the action part in the film, which really makes an impact. However, he couldn't package the film with equally good family scenes and other aspects like love and friendship.

            The story takes an eternity to get to the first plot point. It is only before the interval where things get interesting. Until then it is a painfully boring film without much excitement and entertainment. Second half of the film is much better than the first half as the screenplay races with nail-biting episodes.

            The entire process of Sundeep trying to find the whereabouts of the person that is targeting his friend is dealt in a thrilling fashion. There are many twists and turns in the second hour that makes it a different film from the regular stuff. However one has to sit through a boring, plain and bland first half to reach there.

            Care of Surya has a decent second half and well written villain character as its core strengths, but only ends up as an average fare because of the uninteresting first hour and poorly etched mother, sister and heroine characters. The film has the potential to be a taut action thriller, but a weak screenplay didn't let it go past the average mark.

            Sundeep has been evolving as an actor with each film and is making interesting choices with the scripts. Suseendran almost pulled off a Naan Mahan Alla (Naa Peru Siva) here, but sadly couldn't just get there. Let's see whether it is enough for Sundeep to pull this film to safety or not?

Verdict: Careless Surya! 

Vijay's Adirindhi Telugu Movie Review 2017

Vijay's Adirindhi Telugu Movie Review 2017
Release date :Vijay's Adirindhi Telugu Movie Review 2017 09, 2017
 Rating : 3.25/5
Director : Atlee Kumar
Producer : N. Ramasamy, Hema Rukmani
Music Director : A. R. Rahman
Starring : Vijay, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, S. J. Surya
Vijay’s Mersal is one film which has created a sensation of sorts in Tamil. Now, its Telugu version, Adirindhi has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Vijay's Adirindhi Telugu Movie Review 2017
Vijay's Adirindhi Telugu Movie Review 2017

Story:-
Bhargav(Vijay) is a sincere doctor who does medication for free. Seeing his service, a renowned organization in Europe confers him with an award. This is also the time when a lookalike of Bhargav, who is a magician, kills one of the doctors who has come for the same award ceremony. As a result of this, Bhargav gets arrested by the cops. Who is this Vijay? What does he have to do with Bhargav? and what is the scam behind all these murders?. To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.
Plus Points:-
Vijay is undoubtedly the biggest pillar and carries the entire film on his shoulders. The way he has portrayed all his roles is quite enticing. Vijay was especially good in the role of a village head. Adirindhi is a feast for Vijay fans as there are many mass elements which have been showcased nicely at regular intervals.
The basic story idea is very good as the crimes in the medical field have been showcased quite well. What clicks with the film are the strong emotions. The proceedings showcased have some good emotional appeal and give an edge to the film. Nithya Menen gets a meaty role and does quite well.
The first half is particularly good as the mind games played and confusion created has been elevated effectively. The film looks rich and has a huge scale which is shown through some good visuals.
Minus Points:-
Even though the crucial flashback episode is very good, it is painfully slow. Director Atlee takes his sweet time to bring up the main issue. This is also the time where the film has some heavy Tamil flavor which might bog down the Telugu audience a bit.
Even though the point selected is good, it has not been dealt well at the end of the film as the makers opt for a very cinematic ending. We seriously wonder as to why star heroines like Samantha and Kajal have agreed to be a part of the film as they have absolutely nothing to do.
Technical Aspects:
Surprisingly, A R Rahman’s music is disappointing as not even one song manages to register. But A R’s background score is terrific and elevates the heroism to another level. Telugu dubbing is neat and so were the dialogues. The camerawork is quite gripping as the village visuals and the action elements have been showcased neatly. As said earlier, production values are top notch. Vijay has been styled quite nicely in the film.
Coming to the director Atlee, he has done a good job with the film. Even though he is very young, the manner in which he has handled an intense subject is very impressive. He does not compromise on the narration part and showcases the film in a neat manner. Probably, because of this, many might feel some lag in the proceedings during the second half.
Verdict:-
On the whole, Adirindi is an intense masala entertainer which deals with the discrepancies in the medical field. Vijay’s one-man show, good first half and super strong emotions hold the film for most of the time. The film has very nicely placed mass elements which will keep the fans interested. If you ignore the lengthy runtime and a bit slow second half, this film has in it to make your weekend quite enjoyable and decent.
Rating : 3.25/5

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