Hero is scripted and directed by Sriram Adittya and produced by Padmavathi Galla Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . Mohamaad Ghibran Ghibran is a Music composer in Indian film industr >> Read More... composed the music. Sameed Reddy and Richard Prasad Richard (Ram) Prasad, born in 1965, is an Indian d >> Read More... cranked the camera, and Prawin Pudi Prawin Pudi is a gratifying, talented and versatil >> Read More... edited the film. Ashok Galla Ashok Galla is a Telugu film actor. He is all set >> Read More... , Nidhi Agarwal Nidhi Agarwal is a talented, hard-working, beautif >> Read More... , Jagapati Babu Jagapati Babu is a friendly actor, who works in Te >> Read More... , “ Naresh Naresh is a famous South Indian Actor who has acte >> Read More... ,” Vennela Kishore Vennela Kishore is a famous Tollywood actor, direc >> Read More... , Satya, and “ Brahmaji Brahmaji is a popular Indian movie actor mostly kn >> Read More... ” are cast in the prominent roles.
Arjun is an aspiring actor. He falls for Subbu, and both are in love. Once, Arjun gets a parcel from Mumbai. He is instructed to murder his lady love Subbu’s dad. Why did he receive the parcel? Who asked him to kill Subbu’s father? What is his connection with the underworld and Subbu’s father? Will Arjun save Subbu’s dad or kill him? The questions are answered in the second half of the film.
Ashok Galla did his role with ease, and his performance was neat. Jagapati Babu has done a different role, and his performance is natural as usual. Nidhi didn’t get any special role, yet she has done her best. Naresh, Bhramaji, Vennela Kishore, and Satya supported the leads.
The story is different and comes with various genres. The first half is designed well with lots of suspense elements. However, Jagapati Babu’s character should have been developed well. Some scenes make the audience lose interest in the second half. However, the climax makes the audience forget those logical loopholes. In fact, the climax itself is a cinematic one, yet enjoyable. The music, visuals, and editing are perfect.
What’s Not There?
The film sets a good base for Ashok Galla. It comes with a lot of exciting and thrilling moments. Although it has logical loopholes and cinematic scenes, the film is watchable for its exciting first half.