Rajini Kanth's Petta Telugu Movie Review

Starring : Rajinikanth, Vijay Sethupathi, Simran, Trisha, Megha Akash

Director : Karthik Subbaraj

Producers : Kalanidhi Maran

Music Director : Anirudh Ravichander

Release Date : January 10, 2019

Espicy Rating:

Super Star Rajinikanth's latest film 'Petta', which is directed by Karthik Subbaraj was released today. Simran, Vijay Sethupathi, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Trisha are in the lead roles. This film is the mass entertainer and Anirudh has scored the music. Let's go to review...

Story:

Kali (Rajini Kanth) becomes a warden in a hostel. He stops ragging in his style. In that order, he agrees to help a couple for their love. In that process, he meets Simran, who works as Pranic Healer. At that time a gang attacks Rajini and the boy for whom Rajini Kanth is helping. There are some dramatic developments in the story after that attack. The story runs about knowing the past of Rajini Kanth and the relation between the boy and Rajini. To know the reasons we have to watch the film.

Pros:

With this film, Rajini reminisces the old Rajini. He played the role of Hostel Warden and his action is the main highlights for the film. Another important role, Vijay Sethupathi has always been impressed with his majestic performance and his comedy timing. Simran and  Trisha who appears as heroines in the film only in some scenes. Nawazuddin Siddiqui acted as a villain in the film has done very well. Director Karthik Subrahraj has made this film a full-fledged with the Rajini's Mannerisms. This film is going well with fans of Rajini.

Cons:

Director Karthik Subba Raju has taken a good storyline of friendship and grudge but has not written the story in a full-fledged manner. The haggling scenes between hero and villains are not as impressive. Tamil Nativity is more in the film. Though Karthik Subba Raju has done the film in his own style, he is not very impressed with the story. Moreover, Predictable story and Dragging the second half are the main drawbacks of the film

Technical:

Director Karthik Subbaraju’s films always bank highly on technical values. The film is largely set in a hill station. The cinematography is the main highlight of the film. Anirudh has given good background score. Editing lacks consistency.