Repeat Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Repeat Telugu Movie Review: Talented actor Naveen Chandra only appears in significant roles in a few blockbuster movies, but he nevertheless managed to garner some attention for his work there. One such most recent release is the movie titled “Repeat,” which is accessible for streaming on the Disney+Hotstar OTT platform from August 25. He was able to land some major lead roles in films and web series that had a direct digital release. Let’s begin the evaluation of this film to determine whether it will be worth your time.

Repeat Telugu Movie Review


A novelist reports to the police that some people are threatening him over the phone because the culprit from the crimes that occurred in the city a few months earlier was featured in the novel. Police ignore him because they believe he is intoxicated. The following day, a girl goes missing, just as described by the same author. A covert police officer is assigned to this case because the missing girl is the DGP’s daughter. The remainder of the narrative focuses on the circumstances and surprises that emerge during the course of this investigation.

Cast & Crew

Repeat In addition to Madhoo Shah (Madhubala), Achyuth Kumar, Pooja Ramachandran, Smruthi Venkat, Mime Gopi, Satyam Rajesh, Kaali Venkat, and Naveena Reddy, who all play significant roles in the film, Naveen Chandra plays the lead. Aravindh Srinivasan is the film’s director, and PG Muthaiah and K Vijay Pandey are its producers. Ghibran wrote the film’s music, and PG Muthaiah shot the visuals.

Movie NameRepeat
DirectorAravindh Srinivasan
Music DirectorGhibran
ProducerPG Muthaiah & K Vijay Pandey
GenreCrime, Thriller, Suspense
CastNaveen Chandra, Madhoo Shah (Madhubala), Achyuth Kumar, Pooja Ramachandran, Mime Gopi, Satyam Rajesh, Kaali Venkat, Naveena Reddy
CinematographerPG Muthaiah


The initial few scenes in the movie are beautifully crafted and capture our interest with some strong narration. The movie takes some time to establish the major characters from the film and makes us believe the problems that are taking place. The movie is intriguing because the screenplay and narration keep your mind occupied after Naveen Chandra enters the story as an undercover investigation officer. Scenes appear routine and predictable at times, and the backstory of the DGP during the investigation clearly indicates what could have happened and what could happen next.

When it comes to performances, Naveen Chandra did a great job portraying an investigating officer and giving the appropriate performance. Madhoo Shah (aka Madhubala), a former actress, is an absolute misfit for the DGP job; most of the time, her portrayal comes out as over the top. The actor who plays the writer, Achyuth Kumar, is credible in the part, and all of the other actors performed their tasks as needed for the plot of the film to advance.

The movie seems good technically. Ghibran’s background music gives the scenes the mood they need. The cinematography by PG Muthaiah is passable; most of the movie’s scenes were static shots, and while none of the shots are particularly noteworthy, they cannot be disregarded because the lighting designates the atmosphere needed for the thriller. The production values are adequate.

In the first few scenes, director Aravindh Srinivasan did an excellent job of holding the audience’s attention. However, he struggled with a few moments in the second part of the film.

Repeat is an entertaining thriller all around. You’ll be captivated by the intriguing notion till the very end.

Rating: 3/5

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