Laatti Telugu Movie Review: Vishal started acting in Tamil, even though his family is from the state of Telugu. When the Telugu version of “Pandem Kodi,” which was a big hit, got some attention, almost all of Vishal’s movies were dubbed into Telugu. Even though his movies used to make people happy, the fact that they haven’t made even the smallest amount of money in theatres lately is a disaster. “Laatti” is his most recent movie, and it just came out in theatres. Read on for a full review of the movie to find out if it might help him break the bad luck that has plagued his career.
Muruganantham is a police officer who is known for how much he cares about his job and how honest he is in all situations. He is married to Kavitha and has a child who goes to school. When Murugunatham and his 10-year-old son are trapped inside a building and have to leave, they have to do so while being chased by a group of angry people.
Cast & Crew
Vishal is the main actor in the movie Laatti, but Sunaina, Prabhu, Munishkanth, Thalaivasal Vijay, and Misha Goshal are also good. The movie is directed by A. Vinoth Kumar, and Ramana and Nandaa are the producers for Rana Productions. The soundtrack to this movie was made by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The cinematography is done by Balakrishna Thota and Balasubramanian.
|Director||A Vinoth Kumar|
|Music Director||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
|Producer||Ramana & Nandaa|
|Cast||Vishal, Sunaina, Prabhu, Munishkanth, Thalaivasal Vijay, Misha Goshal|
|Cinematography||Balasubramanian & Balakrishna Thota|
Vishal’s movies are very popular in Telugu states because they have themes that appeal to a wide range of people. This worked for a few years, but now that people can watch movies in different languages and with different kinds of content on over-the-top (OTT) platforms, everything has changed. People might be excited about new plot points even before they see the trailer.
Laatti is a commercial movie that follows a set format and aims at a wide audience, but it doesn’t really connect with them until the second half. In the first half of the movie, there’s nothing new, and most of the scenes are pretty boring. Only in the second half of the movie does the action get really exciting and keep us glued to the screen, thanks to some well-choreographed action scenes. Aside from this long action scene, the rest of the movie seems pretty ordinary at first.
Vishal is one of the best actors in the business. This is clear from the many movies he has been in. Directors, on the other hand, seem to see him more as an action hero who can do amazing stunts than as a passionate actor. His part in this movie is easy, and it doesn’t give him anything new to do that would let him show off his acting skills. Even though Sunaina was only on screen for a short time, she did a good job during that time. The kid who played Vishal’s son was a lot of fun to watch. All of the actors, including Prabhu, did their parts in a way that made sense for the story.
The way Laatti looks is good enough. The music and background score by Yuvan Shankar Raja are just fine. With his background music, he made some of the movie’s most intense scenes even better. Even though Balasubramanian and Balakrishna Thota’s cinematography isn’t great (most of the images seem to have too much colour), they should be praised for trying to show a long battle in a single unfinished structure. Peter Hein wrote the music for the fight scenes, which are the best part of the movie. The quality of the production is fine.
The new director is Vinoth Kumar. The way he handled a few key situations in the movie showed how little he knew. Even though he couldn’t make people laugh with what he said, he did manage to make some dramatic and intense action scenes that kept people watching until the end.
Overall, the battle scenes in the drama-action movie Laatti are well-done. If you like seeing Vishal in action, you can easily watch this movie in a theatre.
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