The Warriorr Telugu Movie Review: Lingusamy and Ram’s collaboration on Ram’s eagerly anticipated movie, The Warrior, has been generating a lot of buzz in recent days. However, the movie has raised a lot of expectations since it was first announced, and with the release of the trailer, those expectations have reached their peak. The movie was finally released today, July 14, 2022, to mixed reviews. Let’s see if it’s worth seeing.
The Warriorr tells the tale of Satya (Ram Pothineni), a successful police officer who receives a promotion to DSP and accepts the position in Kurnool, where the city is ruled by the most infamous gangster named Guru (Aadhi Pinisetty). Satya crosses paths with Guru to put an end to his illegal activities in the city, and in the meantime, he meets whistle Mahalakshmi (Kriti Shetty However, a twist in the story occurs when Staya finally discloses his other identity. and how did he handle Guru? You must see the movie to find out.
Cast & Crew
Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu, Lingusamy, Sujith Vasudev, Devi Sri Prasad, and Srinivasaa Chitturi all starred in the movie, which was also produced by Chitturi.
|Music Director||Devi Sri Prasad|
|Cast||Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu|
We’ve seen a lot of police dramas and films with a police backdrop, but The Warrior as Ram’s producers claim that the movie isn’t your typical cop drama—and they’re absolutely right. The movie looks like your typical cop movie because the producers wanted the audience to enjoy the theatre experience, and I’d say that strategy worked out well for the movie.
The film begins with the hero being introduced, setting up his world, and then introducing the villain. However, the film becomes interesting when Sathya faces Guru, but it doesn’t hold the audience’s attention for very long. The first half of the movie featured a typical police and villain showdown, while the second half is the heart and soul of the movie because the core emotion of the story was so expertly placed and successfully executed. Additionally, the second half of the movie was well-written.
Even though the hero and heroine track disrupted the flow of the movie, the heroic moment, villain elevations, and emotions all land well, but the climax could have been better. As Ram said during the promotions, we kept a lot of elements to excite in the theatres and those elements will undoubtedly excite you in the second half.
Ram is known for romantic comedies because he has starred in a lot of them; however, he has also tried a few action-themed movies, none of which did well. He changed gears with Ismart Shankar and has since solely focused on action movies. This is the first time Ram has ever played a police officer, and many of his fans will be treated in the theatres to his electrifying performance.
Lingusamy is recognized for his stylish action movies since he produced some of the best Tamil movies, including Run, Pandem Kodi, and Awara, which were also well-known to Telugu audiences. Though there is a lot of science evident in Lingusamis mark taking, stylish action dramas with the appropriate emotions are his greatest strength, as seen in The Warrior. But the movie includes a number of predictable situations that could have been scripted better; aside from that, he does a good job of holding the audience’s attention.
Sujith Vasudev did a good job with the technical aspects of The Warrior, and his songs, like Bullet and Whistle, have become chart-toppers. However, he fell short with the background score; there are many scenes that call for a strong background score, but he ended up with the same old background music and the rest of the film is filled with generic music.
Last but not least, The Warrior is a paisa vasool movie, making it a must-see for anyone who wants to enjoy the theatre experience.