Here is Nagaram movie Review
Sundeep Kishan has been going through a lean phase. His last films have disappointed and thus it makes his latest offering “Nagaram,” the Telugu dubbed version of the Tamil movie “Maanagaram,” crucial for him at this juncture of his career. Will Sundeep break the jinx with it? Will the film overturn his fortunes?
A young techie (Shri,) arrives in Chennai to get a job in an IT company in order to convince his lady love’s father for their marriage. There is a jobless, aimless ruffian (Sundeep Kishan) whose heart is in right place – and loves Regina Cassandra’s character. He’s ready to go to any extreme for her safety. Then we have humble taxi driver (Charlie) who has come to city to provide better medical facilities to his teenage son. After that there is a dreaded villain P.K. Prasad alias PKP (Madhusudhan.) How the lives of these four are interconnected is what “Nagaram” is all about.
Sundeep Kishan get in to the skin of his role so well that we see only his character on screen. His off-screen persona is out of our mind while watching the film and he’s scored brownie points here itself. Shri as an innocent, honest guy delivers an impressive performance. Although he isn’t new to Telugu audiences, he succeeds to keep the audiences hooked. Regina shines in her limited role, although she has little to offer, she does her part well. Madhusudhan as a dreaded goon is natural.
Comedian Ramdoss tickles the funny bones with his wacky one-liners. While he does go overboard at times, well, it’s passable.
Hyperlink cinema is a complex theme that needs a lot of expertise to deal with, as even a minute mistake could take away all the flavour of the film. The best part of “Nagaram” is it has overcome this basic hurdle with ease. Debutant Lokesh Kanagaraj deserves all the credit for meticulously handling such a complex theme in a simple and engaging way.
On the whole, “Nagaram” gets it right. However, it needs to be seen how Telugu audiences would receive it.
Interesting second half
Impressive background music
Final Verdict: “Nagaram” is a nail-biting thriller. This is a must watch.