The Warriorr Telugu Movie Review and Rating : 3/5
Starring: Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya
Director: N. Lingusamy
Producer: Srinivasaa Chitturi
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography : Sujith Vassudev
Editor : Navin Nooli
The Warriorr Movie Review:
Ram Pothineni and Kirthi Shetty’s cop drama, The Warriorr directed by Lingusamy has hit the silver screens today. Let’s analyse it.
Story: Satya( Ram) a Doctor by profession from Hyderabad lands in Kurnool town in Andhra Pradesh to work at the government hospital. Soon after joining, Satya witnesses the dominance of a local goon named Guru( Aadhi Pinnisetty). At one point in time, Satya decides to take up police job and gets posting in the same Kurnool. How will Doctor Satya becomes IPS Satya and faces the baddie Guru legally, forms the crucial crux of the film.
Merits: Hero Ram Pothineni is believable in his role as a tough cop. The way he modulated himself for the character is good. His mannerisms and styling are definitely a plus point for the film.
Aadhi Pinnisetty is show stealer as the actor excelled in his role as a baddie. Right for his avatar to his dialogue delivery, Aadhi gave whatever required for the film.
The confrontation scenes between Ram and Aadhi are executed on a decent manner without any over the top setup.
Heroine Krithi Shetty is cute on screen and her chemistry with Ram is adorable. The young beauty impresses with her dancing skills in two songs along with Ram. Other artists such as Brahmaji, Nadiya among others did their part quite nicely.
The Warriorr Telugu Movie Review
Demerits: Though the film has a fresh point of a doctor turning cop, the regular template narrative comes as one of the minus points for the film. Instead if the team would have focused on the presentation part, the result would have been unanimous.
Being a commerical entertainer, the audience will expect enough mass and high authentic action in the proceedings but the director choose to go with a logical narrative and completely avoided the over the top presentation which would have been a plus for this genre films.
Technical Crew: Director Lingusamy’s basic idea of making a commerical cop drama is good and he even executed the film on a decent note. But the audience feel like the proceedings are lacking some more masal elements. If he would have inserted massy elements, the result would have been much better.
Music by Devi Sri Prasad is good. Though his songs are just passable, the background score for all the key portions is done nicely.
The cinematography work by Sujith Vaasudev registers as he brought the rustic flavour in the plotline nicely. Editing by Naveen Nooli is okay. The production design work is good as the sets are used properly. The production values for this actioner are good.
Verdict: To wrap up, The Warriorr is a passable cop drama that has good performance from the lead actors. While Ram is good in the cop role, Aadhi Pinnisetty did his part quite effectively. If you ignore the routine template narrative, the film will end up as a watchable fare during this weekend.