'Nagaram' Movie ReviewMar 22, 2017 06:55 AM
'Nagaram', which received rave reviews from the premiers of both Tamil and Telugu versions, has been released today. Sundeep Kishan and Regina Cassandra teamed up once again for this movie after films like 'Routine Love Story' and 'Ra Ra Krishnayya'. Sri played the other lead in this movie, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj. Read on to find out how the film is.
The story revolves around the character played by Sundeep Kishan, Sri,Charlie, Regina Cassandra and Munishkanth. Sundeep Kishan plays a youngster who falls in love with Regina, who works as a HR in an IT company. Sri plays a youngster who comes in search of job to the city. Charlie is seen as a taxi driver. Some goons employ Munishkanth to kidnap a child, but he ends up kidnapping a gangster's son. After this fatal error by Munishkanth, Sundeep Kishan's decision to teach a lesson to a goon, who tries to throw acid on a girl, Sri's problems with the new job and a friendship of the taxi driver change the lives of all of them is what the rest of the story all about.
The film is technically very good. The cinematography is topnotch and so is the sound design. Chennai city was showcased very well. The screenplay is thrilling and the suspense factor has been maintained well. Debutante director Lokesh does a very good and packs the film with some surprises. The editing should have been a little bit better as some scenes look stretched.
The performances in the movie are perfect. Every actor fits the bill well and their calculated performances standout as highlights. Sundeep Kishan has given one of his career best performances. Sri, Regina and others also perform well in the movie.
Cinematography and sound design
Film looks dragged at times
Nagaram is all about metropolitan dreams and how some incidents change the lives of four people for good. The film is realistic and is a very taut thriller. The performances are topnotch and the director narrates four parallel stories very well and maintains the suspense factor till the end. The major drawback of the film is nativity. Telugu audiences may not get connected to some scenes and the comedy as the nativity is missing. All in all, 'Nagaram' ends up as a very good thriller and will be one of the memorable films in the career of Sundeep Kishan.
Nagaram - Gripping thriller
telugureporter.com Rating 3.5/5