Connect Telugu Movie Review: A female diva named Nayanathara is making a comeback in the movie “Connect,” which focuses on women. People were thrilled to learn that the Mayuri duo will be reuniting for it after seeing the teaser and trailers for it. The date of the movie’s release fits these predictions. So let’s get started without further ado.
Her relatives are dispersed throughout the city due to the lockdown. Anupam Kher plays a priest in the movie Connect who helps a single mother save her daughter. The actor’s portrayal of the possessed man dangerously approaches executing an exorcism. Naturally, their incredible escape is the focus of the remaining events.
Cast & Crew
The movie stars Nayanthara, Anupam Kher, Sathyaraj, Vinay, and Nafisa Haniya. Ashwin Saravanan and Kaavya Ramkumar wrote it. The movie was directed by Manikantan Krishnamacharya, under Ashwin Saravanan’s direction. The movie was directed by Vignesh Shivan. He operates under the moniker Rowdy Pictures.
|Nayanthara, Anupam Kher, Sathyaraj, Vinay, and Nafisa Haniya
Even if the plot takes a bit to get going, you’ll be interested in how it develops because the premise and tone are engaging. Due to the lockdown, she is attacked throughout the city, and the plot thickens when a villainous force enters the scene and her family tries to save her. In contrast to previous horror movies, this one’s initial act was dominated by sad rather than terrifying events.
There isn’t a break in the action, but the sudden change in pace results in a brilliant twist, and the rest of the film just gets better from there. Despite a few minor issues, the novel offers a compelling idea and several unexpected twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. You’ll have a great time if you can sit through the 90 minutes of narration.
Nayanthara excels in her role as a single parent who struggles. Her character had a lot of moving elements, but because they were so expertly created, she was able to pull them off with ease. Satyaraj gave his all in his part as a spiritual pastor, despite not having as much screen time as Anupam Kher. Each member of the cast gave it their all as well.
The technology used by Connect is significantly superior to that of its rivals. Using vivid colours and detailed graphics, Manikantan Krishnamachary transports the reader to the world of Connect and makes them feel comfortable. The remainder of the technical team executed the plan flawlessly, and Prithvi Chandrasekhar performed a fantastic job on the score.
Connect is a terrific story in the same vein. This time, he investigated how individuals felt during a lockdown while still incorporating his trademark plot twists, as opposed to concentrating on terrifying things. Even while Connects doesn’t have the same level of intense dread as Mayuri or Game Over, the director is still able to make the audience feel something.
Despite the disturbing subjects of his writings, Ashwin Saravanan is frequently surprised by their originality. His extraordinary writing skills allowed him to achieve this.
In conclusion, Connect is a great movie that everyone should watch at least once.
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