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Tuntari Telugu Movie Review (2.5/5.0)


Cast: Nara Rohit, Latha Hegde
Directed by: Kumar Nagendra
Produced by:

Ashok, Nagarjun

Music by: Sai Karthik
Background Score: March 11th, 2016
Tuntari - Story
One fine day, Vennela Kishore visits Ananthagiri forest along with his friends. There he comes across an ascetic, who gives him a paper as a gift. The things which are written in this paper happens in real life. He reads a message stating that he and his friends get Rs. 5 crores through a Boxer named Raju. After reading this message, he starts searching for Raju. He ultimately finds Raju, who is none other than our Hero Nara Rohit.

But, much to the surprise, Raju doesn't have any interest in Boxing. So, he offers Raju one lakh per day, if he learns Boxing. In the Boxing competition, they come across another person named Raju (Kabir Duhan Singh). After seeing him, Vennela Kishore falls in confusion about the real person named Raju. Who is real Raju, whom Vennela Kishore and his friends are searching for ? Who gets those 5 crore rupees ? Where is Latha Hegde placed in this whole set up ? To know about all these, one has to watch the film on the screen itself.
Tuntari - Star Performance

Nara Rohit's performance is very nice. Till now, he has given importance to serious roles in his films. But, he turned his attention towards comedy in this film. He worked a lot for dialogue delivery as well. Kabir Duhan Singh also performed well in the antagonist role. Latha Hegde did not have much scope to perform. However, she performed well in her limited space. Vennela Kishore and his friends Anand, Sudarshan, Kalki and Poojitha are apt in their roles.

Tuntari - Technical Team
Music and background score by Sai Karthik is pretty good. Camera work is decent and showcases Vizag and its surrounding areal well. Editing is jaded as at least three songs could have been chopped off. Dialogues are funny and have been written well. Production values are decent and so was the art direction.

Coming to the director Kumar Nagendra, he has done an ok job with the remake. He executes the first half well and narrates the film with ample comedy. Even though he rushes things a bit in the second half, he nicely balances it during the climax and makes use of the limited resources pretty well.
Tuntari - Analysis
For the first time, Nara Rohit chooses an entertaining role and manages to impress supremely well. His comical performance and carefree attitude evokes good fun during the first half which is the basic asset of Tuntari. But a slightly mediocre second half and too many songs take away the freshness making this film an ok watch this weekend.
Tuntari - Trailer

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