George Reddy Film Review: Man of Action.
George Reddy Film Review: Film name has been very popular in Telugu industry for a few days.
The Student Leader Biopic, which has died under the age of 45, is now open by Jeevan Reddy. And let’s see how well the movie entertains the audience.
Cast: Sandeep Madhav, Muskan, Satyadev, Abhay, Chaitanya Krishna, Manoj Nandam, Yadamma Raju, Sanjay Reddy among others
Editor: Pratap Kumar
Cinematographer: Sudhakar Reddy’s
The story, Screenplay, Director: Jeevan Reddy
Producers: Sanjay Reddy, Appi Reddy, Damura Reddy, Sudhakar Reddy.
George Reddy Film Review:
George Reddy’s name has been a big name in the Telugu industry for a few days.
The Student Leader Biopic, which has died under the age of 45, is now being launched by Jeevan Reddy. And let’s see how well the movie entertains the audience.
Story: George Reddy (Sandeep Madhav), born and raised in Kerala, comes to Osmania University, Hyderabad for higher studies.
Upon his arrival, there is an uproar in the university. The dominance of the top tier is there. George Reddy is unable to cope with the original.
Those who want to be unfair to the students. He also wants to sing to the dominant tendency of the agrakulas.
Even if a small mistake is made, he will hold the galley and stand up. That doesn’t make other student unions any better.
George also raises the issue of everything. At the same time, he is also a student of the College of Politics in college and has emerged as a leader.
At that point, George Reddy sees the rise and decides to kill him. What happened after that was a story.
Watching George Reddy’s film reminds us of Nagarjuna’s Shiva movie under 30 years. In fact, Shiva was inspired by the character George Reddy, then known as Varma.
After seeing the movie, it feels real. College Unions, Struggles, and Student Politics As the saying goes, there are many things to do.
George Reddy, who has no footwear, is facing injustice at the college. Running around to get help from anyone anywhere.
Director Jeevan Reddy has shown all this in-hero characterization. Above all, the rage in Georgirodi is very well-known on screen.
But the scenes that were appropriate for the scene were still great. Director Jeevan Reddy has only lost his focus on the narrative.
First-half just fit in with the studs. Strong scenes to say no to. Georgiereddy’s childhood. Coming to college.
The injustices that happen there are the dominant trend. It was only Jeevan Reddy who showed up.
Why is he so Rebel? If the director had written two or three strong scenes in a more in-depth investigation of what movement he was doing, then the George Reddy Range would have been similar.
The second half also seemed to show the movement he was making for the farmers. But there are fewer emotionally connected scenes. However, the last half hour of the film is on another level.
The film reached a climax when George Reddy’s movement sparked a conspiracy to kill him. The climax is the director who has been superbly screened.
It is guaranteed to come out of the theatre with a heavy heart. The film has elements that connect to the students.
The audience of this generation does not know what GeorgeReddy means. But from now on, George Reddy means Sandeep.
Sandeep, who came to fame for his role in Vangaviti, is now George Reddy. It is this actor who has excelled in that role. Satyadev, Chaitanya Krishna, Manoj and Nandam seem to be in small roles.
The heroine Muskan also appeared in a minor role. All the rest are new.
Music by George Reddy. Suresh Bobbili provided excellent RR. The background score in most scenes sets the level of cinema.
Pratap Kumar’s editing would have been better. Sudhakar Reddy’s cinematography is good. Osmania showed off the campus very well.
Director Jeevan Reddy tried to make it appear on the screen as he had hoped. But at this point, George Reddy was aware of his rage but failed to present it more sharply on screen.
However, it is the director who unveils the history of a forgotten hero on screen. The architectural values are just fine.
Finally one last:
George Reddy. Man of Action. Lock-off screenplay.