Jawaan Movie Review | Jawaan Review (2.5/5.0)
Jawaan also known as Jawaan: Intikokkadu is a 2017 Indian Telugu language Action film produced by Krishna on Arunachal Creations banner and directed by B.V.S.Ravi who earlier was the dialogue writer for films such as Munna, Parugu and King.
Jawaan Movie Review
Star Cast: Sai Dharma Tej, Mehreen
Director: B. V. S. Ravi
Producer: Dil Raju
Music director: S. Thaman
Screenplay: B. V. S. Ravi
Language: Telugu language
Analysis: Sai Dharam Tej and Prasanna ,who are childhood friends later took different paths in life.One chooses a social responsible job, other chooses to deal with Terrorist groups. Prasanna tries to steal a Powerful Machine made for Indian Army.An operation called Project D is on by Police to stop the Terrorist Activity. How Hero involves into Project D, How he downplays intelligent villain and saves country and as well his family who gets in to this unexpectedly.
Sai Dharam Tej once again makes you feel he is new age chiranjeevi with his mannerisms and look.He delivered decent act. Dances are good in Bangaru and Bomma Adirindi songs.
Prasanna’s Looks and Style are very good. He is apt for the role. The immense acting in intelligent game plan was nice.
Both Sai Dharam tej and Prasanna were successful in bringing that thrill in game plans that they do play to enter DRDO office.
Along with Heroine Mehreen, All other characters are limited in the movie. Senior Actor Kota Srinivasa Rao got a meaty role. Mehreen is ok. She has lot to learn along with having fairer skin.
Director BVS Ravi, took a heavy duty plot. He got confused himself in executing such a large scaled subject. Though first half impresses with some entertainment and interesting interval bang, second half tests your patience with so much seriousness. The game plans part was good in parts. After a while dose gone overboard and kills your first half watching enjoyment too.
Few songs irks you in middle of serious story. So finally Jawaan stops at being Average.
Bottom Line : A Heavy Duty Film from Sai Dahram Tej!