Movie Review

Chanakya

Language: Telugu
Banner: AK Entertainments
Producer: Rama Brahmam Sunkara
Director: Thiru
Music Director: Vishal Chandrasekhar
Editor: Marthand K Venkatesh
Story Writer: Thiru
Cinematographer: Vetri Palanisamy
User's Rating

7/10

Critic's Rating

7/10

1 User's Rated
Story

Story 

Arjun Rajput (Gopichand) is an undercover RAW agent and for a new mission, he joins as a loan recover officer at a bank in Delhi with a new identity as Ramakrishna. Here he meets Aishwarya (Mehreen Pirzada) and she falls in love with him and when everything is going smooth here comes an unexpected twist that leads the mission to get aborted. Even Arjun Rajput is dismissed from his job by the RAW agency. What is that unexpected twist? Did Arjun Rajput get back his job or not? Forms the rest of the rest.

Performance

Gopichand has two shades in the film, the first is a soft and shy loan recovery officer at a bank with a love track that he has managed as expected. Then the undercover RAW agent role is the best he got so far till date, be it the complete body transformation, action sequences, dialogue delivery everything looks fresh and impressive.

Mehreen Pirzada was given a bubbly and lively role, she gave her best but the love track with hero looked bit over the board. Sunil appears for a little time and he evokes few laughs here and there if a full-length role is given to the comedian it would have made lot of difference.

Bollywood heroine Zareen Khan made her debut with this film, she did complete justice to the role given to her and even her item song is visual feast to audiences. Nassar character was short but its impactable. Upen Patel was ok and full filled the responsibility given to him. Rajesh Khattar is new villain to Tollywood from Mumbai and he made his presence felt with his unique style of acting in the movie.

Highlights

Gopichand As Raw Agent

Dialogues By Abburi Ravi  

Interesting Twits

Action Sequences

Second Half

Drawbacks

Slow First Half

Songs

Love Track of Lead Pair

Videos
Critics Rating

Technical Department

Rating
Direction 7
Editor 7
Casting Producer 6
Art Department 7
Music Director 7

Technical Department

Rating
Story Department 6
Choreography 7
Cinematography 8
Graphics 8
Field Publicity 7
Others Comment:
Bottom Line – Strictly for spy action-thriller genre movie buffs