'Garuda Vega' Movie ReviewNov 03, 2017 07:59 AM
Rajasekhar, who has faced setbacks both in professional and personal lives in the last couple of years, is raring to make a comeback with the movie, 'PSV Garuda Vega'. Directed by Praveen Sattaru, the director of films like 'Chandamama Kathalu' and 'Guntur Talkies', this movie has set the bar high with the teaser itself and the expectations are unprecedented for a Rajasekhar's movie. The film, which has Pooja Kumar as the female lead, Shraddha Das in an important role and Sunny Leone in an item number, has finally been released. Read on to know how the film is.
Sekhar (Rajasekhar) is an NIA Officer. His wife Swathi (Pooja Kumar) is unhappy with him, as he gets to spend very less time with her and their child. Meanwhile, Sekhar is busy busting the gangs in the city. One of the operations becomes a hard nut to crack for him as it is complicated. The plot thickens when the drugs mafia angle is revealed and as the gangs start chasing him, the film gets more interesting. There are bigwigs involved and how Sekhar manages to crack the case forms the rest of the story.
The visuals are slick thanks to the excellent cinematography and the perfect VFX. The standards are very high, taking into account the budget of the film. Background score by Sricharan Pakala is extraordinary and elevates the proceedings. The action sequences are well-choreographed. The screenplay is taut and very engaging. Praveen Sattaru comes up with an intriguing story-line and executes very well.
It's Vintage Rajasekhar in action. The senior actor gives everything for the movie and the way he performed in some action sequences deserves an applause, considering his age. He is not loud instead gives a measured performance, which is required for the film. Kishore is menacing as George. Pooja Kumar, Adith, Nassar, Shraddha Das, Charandeep, Ravi Verma and others get prominent roles.
Story, taut screenplay and direction
Slick visuals and engaging background score
Sunny Leone's Song
Few episodes in the second half
Rajasekhar couldn't have hoped for a better film for his comeback. PSV Garuda Vega is an engaging thriller and the senior actor gives his best. Praveen Sattaru, who has already proved his mettle as a director, comes with a very intriguing and action packed film this time. The visuals and background score are of very high standards. The VFX work was also done excellently. The first half is very engaging with high moments. Though there are a couple of uninteresting episodes in the second half, the film ends up as a very engaging action thriller. Sunny Leone's item song will impress the masses. The film will be a memorable one in the career of Rajasekhar.
Engaging action thriller
Telugureporter.com Rating 3.25/5