Top Gear Movie Telugu Review: Adi Saikuamar has made almost five films this year and is about to release an action thriller, despite the bad reception Crazy Fellow had at the box office. The Top Gear video, on the other hand, piques interest in the film and makes people want to watch it. Adi Saikuamar, the movie’s marketer, is also moving at a glacial pace. First, let’s take a look at Top Gear and determine if it’s actually worth your time.
For a cab driver from the middle class, Arjun has a lot of talent (Adi Saikumar). Nonetheless, a number of murders occur in the city, leading authorities to suspect a strange man named David. Arjun’s life is changed forever as he witnesses a murder, and both the police and the thugs are now on his tail. Where did Arjun’s path through this puzzle begin? Then, who is this David character? The film should provide evidence of this.
Cast & Crew
Famous actors like as Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi, Aadi Saikumar, and Shatru Sai Sriram were involved in the filming. Harshavardhan Rameshwar of Sri Dhanalakshmi Productions composed the score, and KV Sridhar Reddy oversaw production.
|KV Sridhar Reddy
|Aadi Saikumar, Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Shatru, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi
Top Gear’s premise states that the events transpire over the course of a single evening. Totally agree that it’s crazy to even think about. The novel opens with a series of deaths, and what follows are some illuminating revelations about the protagonist’s background and the process by which he constructs his reality. The entire film is an advertisement, however, it does include some scary parts. Still, the intermission surprise is a big hit, and the many murder mystery plot lines keep the audience engaged. This makes viewers more likely to stick around for the second half of the film, despite their distaste for the film’s slow pace brought on by overused scenes like the hero’s family track and jarring music.
Even if the film’s second half has a few issues, things pick up as we learn that the protagonist witnessed a murder and is being hunted by the police and goons. Just who is he? The argument could have been stated more accurately, but the tension was maintained effectively. There are numerous loose ends in the film, but the suspense and witty dialogue keep viewers engaged.
Riya Suman is convincing as a traditional young woman, and she has a sweet, refined appearance to boot. Adi Saikumar, who plays Arjun the cab driver, does a great job with his body language and line delivery, but he completely bombs when he’s supposed to express terror and dread on his face. As their different characters, Shatru, Brahmaji, and Mime Gopi all shine.
Top Gear as a concept makes logical sense. The majority of the film occurs at night, therefore there was a missed opportunity to increase the level of darkness. Harshavardhan Rameshwar was pleased with the score he composed for the film, despite the fact that his songs were not a success. Likewise, the rest of the technical team did a fantastic job of meeting the requirements of the tale.
As director, Shashikanth excelled. His script is great, but the movie’s pacing, especially in the second act, needs work. The film’s flaws are more than made up for by the engaging tale and mounting tension.
Top Gear is a great mainstream action thriller.
- Racy Screenplay
- Predictable Scenes
- Lack of Emotion