Based on the story by Vakkantham Vamsi, Agent is a spy action thriller directed by Surender Reddy. Rambhramam Sunkara, Ajay Sunkara, and Pathi Deepa Reddy produ

Agent Movie Review

Agent Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Agent"
Streaming On: SonyLIV
Runtime: 2 Hour 36 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 28-04-2023
Genre: Action, Drama
1.5 / 5.0



Based on the story by Vakkantham Vamsi Vakkantham Vamsi is an Indian Telugu Film actor wh >> Read More... Vakkantham Vamsi , Agent is a spy action thriller directed by Surender Reddy Surender Reddy is a movie director in Tollywood wh >> Read More... Surender Reddy . Rambhramam Sunkara, Ajay Sunkara Ajay Sunkara is a well-known film producer. He was >> Read More... Ajay Sunkara , and Pathi Deepa Reddy produced the movie under the banners of AK Entertainment and Surender 2 Cinema. The songs were composed by HipHop Tamizha, while Rasool Ellore Rasool Ellore is a cinematographer, director, and >> Read More... Rasool Ellore handled the cinematography. Akhil Akkineni Akhil Akkineni is an Indian film actor. He acts in >> Read More... Akhil Akkineni plays the character of Ramakrishna, aka Ricky, an ethical hacker who aspires to join the RAW. Mammootty, Dino Morea Dino Morea is a die-hard Bollywood actor and a for >> Read More... Dino Morea , Sakshi Vaidya Sakshi Vaidya is a model, actress, and social medi >> Read More... Sakshi Vaidya , Vikramjeet Virk Vikramjeet was born on the 19th of July, 1984. He >> Read More... Vikramjeet Virk , Murali Raj, and Sampath Raj 'Sampath Raj' was born on 25 December 1968 >> Read More... Sampath Raj play the supporting roles.


Ricky is an ethical hacker who aspires to join the RAW at any cost. He dreams of impressing the chief of the RAW, Mahadev, aka The Devil. Ricky hacks into Mahadev’s system to impress him. During the interrogation, Ricky explains why he hacked into the system and convinces Mahadev to recruit him. Mahadev sends him on a mission to capture The God, an ex-RAW agent who has gone rogue. The rest of the movie focuses on how Ricky attempts to capture ‘The God’ and how this suicide mission changes his life and perspectives.

Star Performance

Mammootty as ‘The Devil’ brings about the viciousness and stone-cold attitude his character demands. He rolls past his role smoothly, like always. Akhil Akkineni has put in a lot of effort for the character. Dino Morea also does a decent job with his part.


What could have been something new and fresh became the same as always, and maybe even worse. The movie Agent summed up in a sentence will look like this. Everything about the movie is chaotic, right from the names of the characters to the whole plot. Ricky is wild, but the audience knows this only when others refer to him as wild and never really gets a chance to witness it. His unpredictability and craziness are never shown on the screen, making the movie as predictable as any spy movie could be. Even the romantic track runs dry and feels like a time-pass just to uphold the action. There is not enough screentime or space for Sakshi Vaidya to prove she is more than simply a cute heroine. The songs and their placements are unbearable and feel useless. The background music also fails to add effect to the screenplay. The camera work is good, but the VFX is painful to watch. With the budget they had, Surender Reddy could have done more justice to the VFX. Akhil Akkineni surely has put in effort for the role, but the script fails him. Mammootty breezes past his role as usual, and Dino Morea have tried to bring an identity to his character, Dharma.

What’s There?

  • Action sequences.
  • Familiar elements that a spy movie has.

What’s Not There?

  • Absence of a good script.
  • Screen space for characters is not there.
  • Explanations for some scenes are not there.
  • A good VFX.


The absence of a good script and novelty leads to the downfall of this movie. Most departments fail to do their job, bringing out the worst. The film lacks originality and relies solely on the action element, and the song placements seem unnecessary. The audience cannot emotionally connect with the characters, making the film a one-time watch at the most.