Ram’s RED Movie Review: | Energetic Star Ram is riding high with the success of Ismart Shankar and has all hopes on RED. The actor waited for the film to have a theatrical release. Directed by Kishore Tirumala, RED is the remake of Tamil blockbuster film Thadam. Nivetha Pethuraj, Malavika Sharma, Amritha Aiyer, Satya and Sampath Raj played other crucial roles in this action thriller. Sri Sravanthi Movies produced RED and Manisharma is the music director. Here is the complete review of the film:
Story:RED is the story of Aditya (Ram) and Siddharth (Ram) who are twins and are separated due to family issues. While Siddharth emerges as a businessman and owns a construction firm, Aditya chooses to turn a thief who aims instant money. An unexpected murder locks both Aditya and Siddharth. The cops are left puzzled about the murder and the rest of RED is all about who committed the crime among Aditya and Siddharth. Watch RED to know about the truth and how the story unfolds.
Amritha Aiyer’s episodes
Boring and slow-paced
Predictable second half
Poor production values
Performances:Ram tops the show in both the roles of Aditya and Siddharth. The actor looks perfect in the assignments and fits well. Nivetha Pethuraj gets a surprising assignment and she does her part well. She carries the investigation episodes well. Amritha Aiyer is quite emotional and all her episodes are well presented. Malavika Sharma has a short and crisp role in the film. She has been glamorous enough and the song on her was shot well. Sampath Raj and Posani Krishna Murali have been decent in their roles. All the other actors are good.
The first half of RED is ok with an interesting interval episode. The second half of the film disappoints the audience because of the poor investigation thread and the boring flashback episodes. RED has an interesting plot but the investigation process is quite crucial. It is not engaging and interesting. The dialogues are good. The music and the background score make no impact. The cinematography work is ok and the production values are below average. Kishore Tirumala delivers one more flop with RED.
Final Word:RED is a below-average film that leaves the audience in disappointment because of the poorly written investigation thread. The second half offers nothing which is quite crucial for a crime thriller. Ram lives up the expectations with his performance.
Rating : 2/5
Sundeep Kishan’s A1 Express Movie Review
A1 Express Movie Review | Young actor Sundeep Kishan is on a roll and he has all his hopes on A1 Express, the costliest film made in the actor’s career. Directed by Dennis Jeevan, A1 Express is set in the backdrop of hockey. Lavanya Tripathi is the leading lady and Rao Ramesh plays other important role. People Media Factory, Abhishek Agarwal Arts along with Sundeep Kishan produced A1 Express. Here is the complete review of the film:
Sanju (Sundeep Kishan) falls in love with Lavanya (Lavanya Tripathi), an aspiring hockey player. A1 Express is set in the backdrop of Yaanam and things change after the state’s Sports Minister (Rao Ramesh) decides to sell off the hockey ground in the town. The rest of A1 Express is all about Sanju’s take against the hockey ground and the challenges he faces. Watch A1 Express to see the battle and how Sanju takes the lead and wins his love.
Sundeep Kishan and Lavanya Tripathi
Climax and Interval
Cinematography and background score
Slow-paced at times
Sundeep Kishan took his time and shaped himself well to look fit and perfect in the role of Sanju. His hard work is clearly visible on screen and his performance is the major USP of the film. Lavanya Tripathi shines bright in the role of a hockey player. The romantic episodes between Sundeep and Lavanya are a treat to watch. Rao Ramesh gets one more challenging role and he delivers his best as always. Raghu Babu, Mahesh Vitta and Murali Sharma will be seen in other important roles. All the other actors have done justice for their roles.
A1 Express is well scripted and the screenplay has no loopholes. All the dots are well connected and the dialogues are good. The film is backed well by the technical aspects. The background score is elevating and the visuals are well captured by the cinematographer. The production values make it clear that the makers are very confident about the project. Debutant Denni Jeevan does well except for minor flaws.
A1 Express is a decent attempt and is a perfect comeback for Sundeep Kishan. Give it a shot this weekend.
Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review:
Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review: Top producer Dil Raju is backing a small film titled Shaadi Mubarak. The movie features Sagar Naidu and Drishya Raghunath in the lead roles. Padmasri directed this urban rom-com and Sunil Kashyap composed the music. Dil Raju’s Sri Venkateswara Creations produced Shaadi Mubarak and the film is hitting the screens today. Here is the complete review of Shaadi Mubarak:
Story: Sunnipenta Madhav (Sagar Naidu) is an NRI who returns back to India to find a perfect life partner and get married. He approaches a marriage bureau and fixes three matches to meet. In an unexpected incident, the marriage bureau Chief sends his daughter Thupakula Bhanumathi (Drishya Raghunath) along with Madhav for the matches. The rest of Shaadi Mubarak is all about the incidents that take place in this journey and how they end up falling in love and get married. The film also has an unexpected twist which will be revealed in the film. Watch Shaadi Mubarak to know about the rest:
Entertainment in parts
Cinematography and Background score
Half baked second half
Lacks realistic emotions
Performances: Sagar Naidu looks good on screen and he has a simple role assigned. He should have performed more better in the emotional episodes. He also looks aged in some of the episodes. Drishya does a decent job in the role of Bhanumathi. In sarees she is good, but in casuals, the actress looks bulky on screen. Hema, Jhansi and Rahul Ramakrishna will be seen in the supporting roles and they did their parts well. RJ Hemanth is wasted on screen and his scenes are completely useless. All the other actors have done their parts well.
Shaadi Mubarak has a good concept which is wasted badly because of the screenplay. The music and the background score are decent and the cinematography work is good. The production values are good and the editing is supportive. Director Padmasri wastes an attempt of a good concept because of the poor execution and narration. The entire second half of Shaadi Mubarak is a huge misfire.
Shaadi Mubarak is a wasted attempt because of the poor execution in the second half. You can give this film a skip.
Rating : 2/ 5
Nithiin’s Check Movie Review
Nithiin’s Check Movie Review | Young actor Nithiin comes out with a unique attempt and teams up with Chandrasekhar Yeleti for the first time for Check. The film is produced by Bhavya Creations. Rakul Preet Singh plays a lawyer and Priya Prakash Varrier plays Nithiin’s love interest in this crime drama. The film is releasing across the globe today and here is the review of Check:
Check is the story of Aditya (Nithiin) who is named as one of the accused in a terrorist attack that takes place in the year 2014. Aditya gets a death sentence in the case and he claims himself to be innocent. Maanasa (Rakul Preet Singh) files an appeal and handles the case of Aditya. The youngster learns chess in the jail and he feels that he can soon turn a master in the game. The rest of the film is all about who the game helps him to break the barriers. Watch Check to know about the entire story:
Slow paced second half
Lacks emotional connect
Nithiin tops the show with his flawless performance in the role of an accused and a chess player. The actor shines in the role of Aditya. Nithiin looks completely different in the role. Rakul Preet Singh plays the role of a lawyer and she does her part well. Priya Prakash Varrier plays the love interest of Aditya and has a glamorous attempt. Sai Chand has an emotional role and all his episodes look good on screen. All the other actors are decent.
Check is one more new attempt from Chandrasekhar Yeleti. Though his plot is convincing, the screenplay and the narration are outdated. The second half is completely slow-paced and several logics are never narrated and left. The dialogues are ok. The music and the background score are the film’s major strengths. The cinematography work is good and the production values are grand. Check misses the needed novel factor and it ends up as a below average film.
Check fails to live up to the expectations and it ends up as a disappointment because of the poor narration. One more disappointment from Chandrasekhar Yeleti.
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