Cast : Nani, Surabhi, Niveda Thomas, Avasarala, Vennela Kishore, Rohini, Satyam Rajesh, Sri Mukhi and others
Rating : 2.5/5
Release Date : 2016-06-17
Director : Mohana Krishna Indraganti
Producer : Sivalenka Krishna Prasad
Music Director : Manisharma
Gentleman is a suspense thriller starring Nani, Surabhi, Niveda Thomas. The film is directed by Mohana Krishna Indraganti and has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Catherine (Niveda Thomas) works as a VFX artist and she falls in love with a street smart boy Gautham (Nani). One day, she goes to London for a workshop. On her return journey, she meets a beautiful girl Aishwarya (Surabhi), they become good friends in the less time and also speak about their respective boyfriends. Twist in the tale arises when Catherine finds out the man whom she is dating is exactly same as Aishwarya’s boyfriend. After heading back to home, she comes to know that her boyfriend is killed in a car accident. Now, Catherine starts suspecting things and decides to find out more about Aishwarya’s boyfriend. What happens next? Who is Aishwarya’s boyfriend? What is the real story behind this confusion? Watch the film of big screen to get answers for all these questions.
Nani is brilliant and once again showed his acting skills. He played two different shades, one is a street boy and the other is a class businessman, and he is successful in presenting well. He adds life to both the roles. Actress Niveda Thomas has got a neat and convincing role, and she played well. Surabhi is good. Avasarala Srinivas Rao is not that much effective in the negative role. Vennela Kishore is good and he brings laughs in bits and pieces. Srimukhi as a journalist, Tanikella Bharani and Rohini as Nani’s mother are okay at their respective roles.
Songs are okay but the background score by Mani Sharma is superb and takes the film to decent level. Production values of the film are rich. Cinematography of the film is eye-catching and adds value to the film. Editing is poor and couple of the scenes could have been chopped off. Now coming to the director Mohana Krishna, he has done a brilliant job. He is successful in maintaining the suspense till the end. His screenplay is perfect and he is good at extracting best performances from the lead characters.
Vennela Kishore’s comedy
Boring romantic track
Dragging first half
Decent suspense thriller
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