Directed by: B. V. S. Ravi Produced by: Krishna Dil Raju (presenter) Written by: B. V. S. Ravi, Kalyan Varma Dandu, Sai Krishna, Vamsi... Jawaan Movie Review

Directed by: B. V. S. Ravi
Produced by: Krishna
Dil Raju (presenter)
Written by: B. V. S. Ravi, Kalyan Varma Dandu, Sai Krishna, Vamsi Balapanuri
Starring: Sai Dharam Tej, Mehreen Pirzada, Prasanna
Music by: S. Thaman
Cinematography: K. V. Guhan
Edited by: S. R. Shekhar
Production Company: Arunachal Creations
Release date: 1st December 2017
Country: India
Language: Telugu rating: 3/5

Jai (Sai Dharam Tej) and Keshav (Prasanna Kumar) are childhood friends. While Jai gets a job in DRDO, Keshav plans to steal DRDO’s prestigious Octopus Missile and sell it off to the terrorists. In the process of achieving it, Keshav starts threatening Jai and his family members. What did Jai do now forms the rest of the film’s story?

Sai Dharam Tej is extemporizing his ability from film to film. He is without a doubt going to be the big actor in the coming days in Tollywood. SDT acted inside his cutoff points and did well in the passionate scenes. Prasanna Kumar is great as a lowlife in the film however the producers neglected to use and raise him totally. His execution is great. Mehreen is the marvelousness resource for the motion picture. She is taking care of the glam side and awed with her looks. Alternate performing artists like Subba Raju, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Satyam Rajesh, Nagababu and others are great in their restricted parts and gave a valiant effort.

The cinematography by KV Guhan is noteworthy. The usage of colours is decent. The music scored by Thaman is great and his experience score is stunning. The altering is perfect and the less runtime is the favourable position. The work of art is amazing. The creation estimations of the film are rich.

Plus Points:
Music & BGM

Minus Points:
Logics Neglected
Some unwanted scenes

The film’s centre point is rousing. The creators have thought of noteworthy plot around the point that they needed to tell. The activity successions are great in the film and the written work is great in parts. The author in Ravi overwhelmed the executive in him. All things considered, the film could be pacy and the producers bargained here concerning a few scenes which are the business esteems. The second half family scenes are great and the way SDT thinks about his family to the nation is brilliant. There is a much straightforward rationale that the creators dismissed and it will draw an awful impact on the groups of onlookers. During the time spent lifting the saint, the producers neglected to raise the lowlife similarly. On an entire, the film is justified regardless of a watch.

Punch Line: ‘Jawaan’ – Good In Parts