Prince Telugu Movie Review: The Telugu versions of Sivakarthikeyan’s earlier films, “Doctor” and “College Don,” were unanticipated hits that brought in big bucks for the filmmakers and distributors. He teamed up with Telugu filmmaker Anudeep of “Jaathiratnalu” fame after these blockbuster films. In the today-released film “Prince,” directed by Anudeep, Sivekarthikeyan plays the starring role. Let’s dive into a detailed assessment of this film to find out if Sivakarthikeya’s comic timing matches the comedy parts written by Anudeep and if the pair succeeded in making audiences laugh out loud in the theatres.
A nearby school employs Anand as a teacher. He develops feelings for Jessica, a young British woman who works as an English teacher at the same school. As they face the biggest conflict of their lives—the decision of whether or not to get married—problems arise as a result of his efforts to win her over. The rest of the narrative is devoted to Anand’s endeavours to win his affection.
Cast & Crew
Sivakarthikeyan, Maria Riaboshapka, Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaren, Anandraj, and other actors are featured in the cast of the Prince movie. Anudeep KV wrote and directed this film, and Suniel Narang, D Suresh Babu, and Puskur Ram Mohan Rao produced it. Manoj Paramahamsa is in charge of the cinematography, and Thaman S is in charge of the music.
|Music Director||Thaman S|
|Producer||Suniel Narang, D Suresh Babu, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao|
|Cast||Sivakarthikeyan, Maria Riaboshapka, Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaren, Anandraj|
Watching the movie Prince should be done with no preconceived notions and no expectations. This film lacks a compelling plot or a compelling conflict that could engage the audience in any way. The majority of the sequences are humorous, but that won’t be enough to keep audiences entertained in theatres because they will grow weary of the same one-liners by the beginning of the film.
A few of the love sequences in the first half were beautifully written, well performed, and even had a little humour thrown in, but the conflict produced by the love story and the scenes that come after it appear so ridiculous that it leaves you scratching your head. The comedic parts are sparse, and the film finishes without having any lasting effects.
Sivakarthikeyan is as entertaining as always when it comes to acting, and he did his best to carry the movie on his shoulders with his comedic timing.
The movie contains a lot of awkward sequences, but Sivakarthikeya was able to cover them up with his acting prowess. Maria Riaboshapka had a passable performance while looking stunning on TV. It’s entertaining to watch her dance to the songs’ Indian mass numbers. Satyaraj was decent to some extent, but in some instances, he seemed over the top. Premgi Amaren is fine, and all the other performers performed the roles that were necessary for the plot.
The technical quality of Prince looks acceptable. Except for the song “Jessica,” none of the songs Thaman created are very good. In numerous scenes, the background music is also fairly loud. Despite the fact that Manoj Paramahamsa is one of India’s best cinematographers, Prince doesn’t seem all that well visually and most of the frames are too saturated with colour.
The movie’s editing could have been handled. Excellent production values.
Jathiratnalu, directed by Anudeep KV, was a hit in the theatres because the comedy worked, but it flopped miserably on television and received harsh criticism for its pointless comic parts. He attempted to amuse the audience with the same style of comedy once more; we’ll have to wait and watch how this time’s theatregoers will respond to the film.
Overall, Prince is just entertaining for a few comedic moments and is deficient in terms of plot and other areas.
- Few Comedy Scenes
- Unnecessary comedy