Top Gear Telugu Movie Review: Despite the outcomes of his most recent picture, Crazy Fellow, Adi Saikuamar has launched nearly five movies this year and will soon release an action thriller to close off the year. However, the Top Gear video intrigues viewers and makes them curious to see the movie. Adi Saikuamar also exudes confidence while promoting the movie. Let’s examine Top Gear in detail to see whether it is a worthwhile use of time.
A middle-class man who drives cabs is Arjun (Adi Saikumar). On the other hand, there are numerous killings occurring in the city, and over the course of their investigation, the police discover that a strange man named David—whom no one knows—is the perpetrator. Arjun one day witnesses a murder, and that one night changed his life to the point that he is now a wanted man by both the police and the goons. Finally, how did Arjun navigate this labyrinth? Who is David, then? that must be depicted in the movie.
Cast & Crew
Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi, Aadi Saikumar, Shatru, and others Shashikanth directed the movie, Sai Sriram handled the cinematography, Harshavardhan Rameshwar created the music, and KV Sridhar Reddy oversaw production of the movie under the Sri Dhanalakshmi Productions label.
|Movie Name||Top Gear|
|Music Director||Harshavardhan Rameshwar|
|Producer||KV Sridhar Reddy|
|Cast||Aadi Saikumar, Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Shatru, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi|
The fact that the story will take place in one night is what best draws the audience’s attention in Top Gear. Sounds absurd, huh? Well, it begins fairly intriguingly—people are being killed off without leaving any traces—and then digs into the background of the main character and his world-building, which is quite sympathetic. Even though the movie is a straight-up advertisement, there are a few tense moments scattered throughout. Regular sequences in the first half, including the hero’s family track and forced songs, cause the tempo to fluctuate, but the numerous murder mystery point keeps the audience’s interest, the intermission twist lands reasonably well, and it makes them want to see the second half.
The second half has its problems, but once the protagonist turns out to be a murder witness and our interest is piqued by his struggle to survive while being pursued by police and thugs, who is David? From the beginning to the end, the suspense was quite effectively kept, but the purpose could have been much better. The movie has some unfinished business overall, but the suspense and raunchy writing keep the viewer interested.
Regarding the acting, Riya Suman does a fair job and looks pretty good as a traditional girl; Adi Saikumar as Arjun did a decent job as a cab driver; his body language and dialogue delivery are good, but when he had to show the tension and shocking moments through his face, he completely failed; Brahmaji, Mime Gopi, and Shatru did well for their respective roles.
Top Gear is ok in theory. The majority of the movie takes place at night, and the night sequences could have been considerably darker. Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs failed to make an impression, but he was impressed with his background music, and the rest of the technical crew worked well in accordance with the needs of the plot.
Shashikanth, the director, did a respectable job; while his writing is excellent, the plot could have used some improvement, particularly in the second half. The provocative narrative and tension keep the audience’s interest despite the film’s few shortcomings.
Top Gear is an adequate action thriller with some commercial components, to sum it up.
- Racy Screenplay
- Predictable Scenes
- Lack of Emotion