Suriya Gang Movie Review | Gang Movie Review | Gang Telugu Movie Review And Rating
Gang Movie released today. Gang is the Telugu version of Tamil film Thaana Serndha Kootam. We knew that Suriya’s films have been releasing here and getting massive response from the audience. But his previous films could not able to reach the audience expectations. So Suriya is waiting for a solid hit from the past few years. Is Gang movie lived up to the expectations?. Let’s see how the movie is.
Suriya Gang Movie Review And Rating
|Star Cast||Suriya, Keerthy Suresh, Ramya Krishnan, and Brahmanandam|
|Producer||K. E. Gnanavel Raja|
|Music Director||Anirudh Ravichander|
|Editor||A. Sreekar Prasad|
|Release Date||12th January 2018|
Uttam Das(Suriya) the endeavor wish to get a job as a CBI officer. But he fails to get the job in CBI due to some corrupted Government officials. Vexed with this, he himself forms a gang which includes Jhansi Rani(Ramya Krishnan) and few others. Later the gang performed fake raids on the businesses of big shots as CBI officials. After some days the real CBI officers come to know about this and hire a special cop(Karthik) to catch the Suriya’s gang. Will Karthik able to trace out the Suriya’s gang?. How Suriya’s gang managed to escape from the CBI officials? forms the crux of the story.
- Few boring scenes
- lag in the second half
- Heavy Tamil flavor
Suriya steals the show with his performance. Keerthy Suresh didn’t have the scope for acting. She fascinated the audience with her glamour. While Ramya Krishnan entertained the audience with her performance and comedy timing. The rest of the characters did justice to their roles.
The director Vignesh Shivan has engaged the audience to some extent. Especially in the second half he could not able to engage the audience. Dinesh Krishnan Cinematography is good. Anirudh Ravichander Music is good. production values are good.
On the whole, the first half is good with some decent episodes but it doesn’t apply to the second half. Some may feel bored while watching some scenes in the second half. The film has engaging elements and impresses in parts. Indeed the movie is worth to watch in this festive season.