Hunt Movie Review & Rating : 2.5/5
Starring: Sudheer Babu, Srikanth Meka, Bharath Niwas
Director: Mahesh Surapaneni
Producer: V Ananda Prasad
Music Director: Ghibran
Cinematography: Arul Vincent
After long time Sudheer Babu come up with action thriller Hunt movie. The film directed by Mahesh Surapaneni. Hunt movie released today with huge expectations. lets go and check out Hunt movie review.
Story: Sudheer Babu’s character, Assistant Commissioner of Police Arjun Prasad, suffers a terrible event that causes him to lose his memory. He would be looking into the murder of his buddy and fellow ACP Aryan Dev (Bharat Niwas) prior to the accident.
After the incident, Mohan Bhargav (Srikanth), the commissioner of police, and a different friend of Arjun Prasad ask Arjun to work on the case without letting anyone in the department know about his memory loss. Who was Aryan Dev’s killer? Has Arjun figured out the case? Has Arjun’s memory returned? To find out the answers, watch the movie.
Okay First Half
Some Tense Moments
Initial Investigation Scenes
Uncanny Murder Motive
Performances: Sudheer Babu has been cast in a role with a lot of potential. He mostly justifies. He once again demonstrates that he is up for action stunts. His shirtless physique and intense workouts are both impressive and motivating. Srikanth is fine as a well-wisher and friend.
Bharat (premisthe fame) appears to be an unsuitable choice for the role. Gopi, the mime, is wasted in a shallow and unevolved role. Kabir Singh’s episode as a military man falls flat. Mounika Reddy does well as a colleague on Sudheer’s team.
Murthy, played by Goparaju Ramana, is a passable senior police officer. A plot twist is revealed at the end of Chitra Shukla’s performance as Aryan Dev’s girlfriend Nivetha. Aryan Dev’s family is merely a plot device.
Bottom-line: Sudheer Babu is a brilliant performer and the young actor scores high with his impeccable performance in the movie. The first half of the film is quite interesting, with a good number of engaging scenes. It’s impressive how the action is linked to the story. Recent times, filmmakers have been including songs even when they were unnecessary, and thankfully, Hunt does not make this mistake.
After a strong first half, the tempo slips completely in the second. The momentum didn’t carry over here, and the proceedings became tedious and uninteresting after a while. The outcome could have been better if the second half had been designed in a more captivating and engrossing manner.
Hunt manages to engage in bits and pieces. Sudheer Babu’s incredible performance is ably supported by Srikanth and Bharath. The investigation angle is partially interesting. The film’s fate is determined by how the audience reacts to the pivotal twist. Overall, the film is a watchable option for this weekend.