Zombie Reddy Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Prashanth Varma
- Hari Teja
- Daksha Nagarkar
- Music Composer:
- Mark K Robin
- Different story and a decent screenplay
- Neat performances
- The first half should have been made better.
Zombie Reddy is an action horror thriller scripted and directed by Prashanth Varma. Tajuddin Syed is the dialogue writer and Scriptsville handled the screenplay. Mark K Robin composed the music. Anith handled the camera and Sai Babu edited the film. Apple Trees Studios produced the film. The film has the star cast of Teja Sajja, “Anandhi,” Daksha Nagarkar, Raghu Babu, Harsha Vardhan, Raghu Karumanchi, Hari Teja, “Prudhviraj,” Kireeti Damaraju, Getup Srinu, “Annapoorna,” Vitta Mahesh, Vijay Ranga Raju, Priya, “Charandeep,” Tripuraneni Chitti, Vinay Varma, Naga Mahesh and RJ Hemanth.
Mario develops gaming software. An issue that arises in the software makes Mario get help from his friend to solve it. He and some of his friends set a journey to meet Mario’s friend in Kurnool, as he was not in a situation to meet them. During their trip, a strange thing happens and people become zombies. Except for a few in the gang, the rest of them turned zombies and now, those people have to save their lives and have to help others come back to normal. Did they make it? We have to watch the film to get the answer.
Sajja and Anandhi did a good job. They are quite natural in performing. The rest of the stars are also impressive.
The director had chosen a new script for Tollywood and succeeded to an extent. The screenplay is good. The second half of the film deals with the zombies and showcases how the hero’s team works to escape. But, the first half is not much interesting as the second half. The director has taken a long time to get into the story. There are twists in the story and the actors’ performances match the scenes well. Cinematography, music and editing are okayish. Right actors are picked for the role and it is a big plus.
What’s Not There?
With a new script, Prashanth impressed the audience. If the first half had been shot better, the film would have been one among the different hit thrillers of Tollywood. However, it is a good movie to watch, once!