Wild Dog Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Ashishor Solomon
- Dia Mirza
- Saiyami Kher
- Music Composer:
- The performance of the stars is good
- The second half is interesting
- The first half should have been better
- Emotional elements are missing
Wild Dog is an action thriller film scripted and directed by Ashishor Solomon. S Niranjan Reddy and K Anvesh Reddy produced the film. S Thaman composed the music. Shaneil Deo cranked the camera. Akkineni Nagarjuna plays the lead role. Dia Mirza, Saiyami Kher, Atul Kulkarni, Ali Reza, Avijit Dutt and Appaji Ambarisha Darbha are in the supporting roles. The film is based on the Gokul Chat bomb blast and some other terrorist incidents in India.
Vijay Varma is an NIA officer. Following so many encounters, he had been kept on the bench. Soon, the department needed him after a bomb blast. Although he and his family suffer a great loss, Vijay undertakes the job for the nation’s safety. He had to move to Nepal to deal with the new case. The rest of the story showcases whether Vijay succeeded in his mission or not.
Nag fits well in the role. Diya Mirza did her job well. Saiyami Kher and Ali Reza had done what their characters needed.
The director started the story on a quick note and he takes no time in setting up the characters. But, something slows down the pace and it is back to the pace before the interval. The action sequences are well-choreographed and Nagarjuna played it so well. The second half is interesting than the first half. The antagonist should have been a better choice. Some emotional elements are missing out. The cinematography is good and the BGM is okayish. The narration should have been better in the first half.
What’s Not There?
Wild Dog is a good action entertainer with neat performances! If the first half had some good narration, the film would have gone to the next level.