Sharp Shooter Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Ghouse Peer
- Sangeetha Chauhan
- Supporting Actress:
This is the 25th movie of Diganth (in a brief period of just over a decade). Also, this is his second outing this year following Minchagi Nee Baralu. Diganth has had his share of hits and flops in his career, and he has been labeled as the chocolate hero. Now with Sharp Shooter, he shows another dimension of his acting prowess.
Diganth falls in love with Sangeetha Chauhan (debutante) and the latter also is smitten with the former’s love after hating him initially. To add to the twist element, Sangeetha is afraid of darkness whereas Diganth has the problem of night blindness. There is another twist in the movie with Diganth being blamed for murdering a criminal. What is in store for Diganth? Watch the movie to find out.
In his 25th movie, Diganth has come out with an exemplary performance. He wins your heart through his able work in comedy as well as action. Sangeetha Chauhan has done full justice to her role. The onscreen chemistry between Diganth and Sangeetha is refreshing. Bhajarangi Lokesh has done a great job with his role of gray shades. Chikkanna, Achyuth Kumar, Lakshmi, Sudha Rani and Sudha Belavadi have given superb performances.
Sharp Shooter is the debut film of director Ghouse Peer (he was a lyricist earlier). He has done a commendable work with the comedy and dialogues; he has understood the pulse of the audience and has interspersed the right dosage of commercial elements. The item number by Aindrita Ray is a treat for the youth.
1. The music of M S Shiva Santhosh is soothing.
2. The choreography is one of the highlights of the movie.
3. The camerawork is excellent.
4. The script is penned in an appreciable manner.
What’s not there?
1. The movie moves at a slow pace.
2. Editing could have been better.
3. Sometimes logic is missing in the movie.
Watch this movie this weekend with your friends and family.