Petta (Telugu)

Petta Movie Review

Description

Movie: Petta (Telugu)
Rating: 2.75/5
Banner:  Sun Pictures
Cast: Rajinikanth,Trisha Krishnan,Vijay Sethupathi,Simran,Nawazuddin Siddiqui,Bobby Simha
Music: Anirudh RaviChander
Cinematography: Thiru
Producer(s): Kalanithi Maran
Director: Karthik Subbaraj
Release Date: January 09, 2019

Punchline: Get Rajinified To An Extent

Story: No Spoilers

Kaali (Rajinikant), will be appointed as a hostel warden for a college and he encounters Bobby Simha, who will be ragging juniors. Kaali will be making many changes in the hostel and brings discipline to the hostel. Bobby Simha decides to teach a lesson to Kaali and plans to beat him up after farewell party and there will be a nice twist here. From here, there will be a flashback episode on why Rajini joined the college as warden and the story behind it.

 

Artistes’ Performances:

  • It’s a complete Rajini’s show. Vintage Rajini is back and you can’t take your eyes off his style.
  • Both Simran & Trisha are there for very brief roles
  • Nawazuddin Siddique is just okay
  • Vijay Sethupathi steals the show again
  • Bobby Simha fits the bill

Positives:

  • Rajini’s Performance
  • Anirudh’s Background Score
  • OveralInterval Bang & Climax Twist

Negatives:

  • Lengthy Movie
  • Routine Story

Analysis:

Petta, that was released with lot of hype of viral numbers like Marana Mass and Petta Paraak will definitely appeal to the fans. Karthik Subbaraj, who directed movies like Pizza and Jigarthanda played to the gallery and shown Rajini in the way fans want to see. You will see vintage rajini that you missed in previous movies. You can’t miss his swag and anirudh’s music takes it to next level. First half of the film definitely goes like a breeze and things go south in 2nd half where you feel like a routine and predictable story. Movie is almost 3 hours and you will feel it’s lengthy. Overall, for Rajini fans it’s a pongal treat and others can only watch it for Rajini. Get Rajinified this weekend.

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