Genius begins with a botched mission in Porbandar that leaves RAW special agent Vasudev aka Vasu Shastri (Utkarsh Sharma) crippled. But, the man still has patriotism running in his veins, so much so that he even chases a speeding convoy on a bicycle with a limping foot to correct an upside down tricolor on a politician's car. After being labelled 'incompetent' by his seniors, Vasu decides to take the matter in his own hands and complete his unfinished mission. … [Read more...] about Genius Movie Review: Utkarsh Sharma’s Debut Film Is Anything But ‘Genius’!
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In a recent interview, when Tiger was asked about feeling the pressure of always getting it right in terms of everything to sustain the tag of 'bankable' star, the actor said, "When people look up to you for the work you do, it is important to be mindful of your actions. If your conscience is in the right place then you wouldn't have to constantly worry about being right." … [Read more...] about Tiger Shroff Reacts To Being Labelled A ‘Bankable Star’; Reveals What Motivates Him To Work Hard!
Joshua Sridhar's music is the main attraction in the technical front. But the movie has too many songs and their place is also not good. Diwakaran's picturiation is commendable and MR Varmaa's editing is also good, but little more trimming work from him could have made the film look more beautiful. … [Read more...] about Genius – Movie Review
Technical Aspects & Analysis: Kona Venkat, who claimed to have offered story, screenplay, dialogues and 'creative directorial inputs' to Sankarabharanam cannot escape this time from taking charge of the flaws in the film. The films makes you feel sorry for too many things right from the classic title used for it, to the cast of the film and finally for yourself. The chase and power plays between the various gangs also starts to feel stretched and the comedy goes from effortless to strained after a point. Never felt Brahmanandam's high jinks so painful before. Debut director Uday Nandanavanam appeared to have done the job he was given, quite perfectly. But the changes made in the original story are once again formulaic and the sentimental scenes induced did not really work. Music, cinematography and the production values supported the film and its backdrop. … [Read more...] about Sankarabharanam Movie Review: Strained Comedy
Year 2018 has been hugely positive for Nikhil with his previous flick, Chalo, scoring big time at the box office. The first big release of the summer, Kirrak Party is an official remake of Sandalwood's last year blockbuster, Kirik Party. The movie is said to consist of a wholesome package of fun, friendship, laughter, romance, sentiment and loads of emotions. … [Read more...] about Kirrak Party Movie Review: A Good Summer Treat!