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Pantham Movie Review (2.75/5.0)
Release date: 4 July 2018 (USA)
Director: K Chakravarthy
Music director: Gopi Sundar
Producer: K. K. Radhamohan
Cinematography: Prasad Murella
Screenplay: K. S. Ravindra, Ramesh Reddy
Story: Gopichand, who leads a normal life in public was part of some high-grade political and mafia missions. Whats his motto in these acts and will he meets the purpose forms rest of the story.
Analysis: Heroics of the lead actor, a purposeless heroine who only appears in songs, home minister politics, black money, and mafia., what else needed to make a super blended regular commercial movie?
But to Gopichand’s bad luck the formula became outdated and we have seen this type of comedy mixed serious mission in “Kick”.
The social message about the public is irresponsible and corrupted was touched nicely. But it’s hard to get embraced by the public as it targets them. But its a good effort from director Chakravarthy.
Gopichand did his role effortlessly as its a routine heroic film for him. His hard-hitting dialogues and action in racy scenes are the points to watch out for. Being his land mark25th film, he could have chosen much better screenplay.
The heroine needs beauty n glamour. Mehreen did that. Nothing else to expect from her role.
Sampath Raj did another routine criminal minded politician role. Tanikella Bharani got a good role he made a mark.
Jaya Prakash Reddy,30 years pruthvi and hero friend Srinivasa reddy posted some laughs.
Gopi Sunder music was mediocre and KK spent accordingly for songs. Apart from that production values were decent. Prasad’s cinematography left few sparks in sction scenes.
On final note, This Khaidhi no 150 format movie can work with few extra ingredients like Megastar, top-notch music and other charms. Pantham missed that barring its good social message on black money and responsible public. Go for it if you are fine without that stuff.
Bottom Line :Social Message Cooked in Commercial Masala!