George Reddy Review

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Directed by: B. Jeevan Reddy
Produced by: Appi Reddy, Sanjay Reddy, Damu Reddy, Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti
Written by: B. Jeevan Reddy
Based on: George Reddy
Starring: Sandeep Madhav, Satyadev Kancharana and others
Music by: Suresh Bobbili
Cinematography: Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti
Edited by: J Prathap Kumar
Production Company: Mic Movies, Three Line Cinemas, Silly Monks Studios
Distributed by: Abhishek Pictures
Release date: 22 November 2019
Language: Telugu
www.Moviemanthra.com:Rating: 3.5/5

Story:
George Reddy was a research student in physics at Osmania University, in Hyderabad, India, who was murdered by his opposition on 14 April 1972 in a student hostel, aged 25. The film is the biopic on his life. What did he do for his college? What problems did he face in the college? How did he overcome them? What happened in the end? Forms the story of the film.

Performances:
Sandeep Madhav is genuinely a resource for this motion picture. The manner in which he has mixed with George Reddy’s character and has conveyed a striking exhibition merits increasing in value. Regardless of getting a difficult job, Sandeep Madhav has pulled it off well and demonstrated his fortitude as an on-screen character. Shrinivas Pokale as more youthful George Reddy conveyed a not too bad execution. Not surprisingly, Satyadev Kancharana will catch the eye with his exceptional presentation in the film. Devika Daftardar as George Reddy’s mom acted normally. Muskaan Khubchandani conveyed an excellent exhibition and her scenes with Sandeep Madhav are a pleasure to watch. Manoj Nandam acted well in the film. Pawon Ramesh supported his job. Thiruveer and Abhay Bethiganti likewise made their quality felt.

Specialized Aspects:
Jeevan Reddy has prevailed with regard to portraying the story in a connecting way. In spite of having some disputable components, executive Jeevan Reddy has taken care of them with a particular goal in mind and will intrigue the group of spectators with his portrayal and narrating abilities. Creation esteems by Mic Movies, Three Line Cinemas, and Silly Monks Studios are so great and will be one of the significant features of the film. Music by Harshavardhan Rameshwar and Suresh Bobbili took the film to the following level. Keeping the melodies aside, the BGM in the subsequent half is extraordinary. Cinematographer Sudhakar Reddy has created some wonderful and striking visuals for the film. The editing of the film by J Prathap Kumar is average.

Plus:Points
Performances
Action Scenes
Story

Minus:Points
Slow Narration
Slow Second Half

Verdict:
The motion picture begins on an intriguing note. The whole first half will concentrate more on the youth scenes of George Reddy and the foundation of his character. Simply the initial thirty minutes of the film itself will connect with the group of spectators. Particularly the 1960s background is displayed in a delightful manner. The majority of these scenes are relatable and delineated the circumstances around then. The story is taken care of in a tolerable manner. The passionate scenes and the peak of the film are inspiring. Exhibitions, BGM is the features of the film. The motion picture is somewhat moderate which is the short point for the film. By and large, ‘George Reddy’ merits watching the film.

Punch Line: George Reddy is an inspirational tale of a leader of the olden tim