HIT 2 Telugu Movie Review: Since the release of HIT: The First Case two years ago, fans have been impatiently awaiting HIT: The Second Case. The film’s creators have finally given us something, and the anticipation is growing, thanks to the release of the trailer, which, let’s be honest, did a lot more than just catch people’s attention.
The movie was released today, December 2, 2022, as anticipated. Let’s look further to determine whether we actually needed to wait for this.
KD (Adivi Sesh), a young Vizag police officer, is well known for his capacity to unravel complicated crimes. But he runs into a tough new challenge when he looks into Sanjana’s murder. In the novel’s following chapters, find out if KD is successful in cracking the case and catching the offender.
Cast & Crew
The movie was directed by Prashanti and Nani Tipirneni. Dr. Sailesh Kolanu served as the director, and S. was responsible for the photos. The cast of the movie Manikandan included Adivi Sesh, Meenakshi, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srinath Maganti, and Srikanth Iyengar. MM The soundtrack was written by Suresh Bobbili and Sree Lekha.
|Dr. Sailesh Kolanu
|MM Sree Lekha, Suresh Bobbili
|Prashanti Tipirneni, Nani
|Adivi Sesh, Meenakshi, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srinath Maganti, Srikanth Iyengar
HIT-The First Case attracted a large audience due to its intriguing idea, but the resolution disappointed them. While the KD universe and story are revealed, HIT 2 begins slowly. A few exciting scenes in the first act keep viewers interested, and the climactic boom after intermission does a respectable job of holding their interest. However, the first act lags a little. The pace shifts as KD looks for leads while looking into “Sanjana’s murder.” After hearing this, you’ll feel completely immersed in the setting of HIT 2.
Even if there isn’t much in the way of emotional depth in the movie, the exhilarating atmosphere keeps you on the edge of your seat. Problematic is the slow pace, especially for a thriller with a fast-moving premise. You won’t be too bothered by the movie’s slow start because the majority of it is interesting.
Adivi Sesh does a commendable job portraying KD, but the role doesn’t provide him much room to advance or change, and Meenakshi isn’t given many chances to demonstrate her acting prowess. This is the main issue with the movie (despite having good screen presence). Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srikanth Iyengar, and Srinath Maganti all gave it their all.
Sailesh Kolanu impressed with his efforts on HIT: The First Case despite it being his first time in front of the camera. Although the story is well known, he rewrote it to incorporate fresh, creative elements that gave the movie its unique feel. Although he didn’t try anything novel with the premise of HIT 2, the new scenes and the narrative held our interest and revealed the breadth of his research. Despite the fact that he was travelling slowly, they continued to follow him.
HIT 2’s production value should have been higher, but S.Manikandan once more wows with his visuals (his framing, blocking, and lighting pull you into the movie and take you on a journey with the plot). Stewart Eduri succeeded in raising the stakes, but Sree Lekha and Suresh Bobbili’s music is subpar.
The excellent thriller HIT 2 should not be missed.
- New Scenes
- Background Score
- Slow Narration
- Lack of Emotion