Kotabommali PS Review


Film; Kota Bommali

Starring: Srikanth, Rahul Vijay, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Shivani Rajashekar

Director: Teja Marni

Producers: Bunny Vas, Vidya Koppineedi

Music Director: Ranjin Raj

Cinematographer: Jagadeesh Cheekati

Editor: Karthika Srinivas R

Release Date : November 24, 2023

Moviemanthra.com; Rating, 3/5

“Kotabommali PS” stands as an official remake of the Malayalam film Nayattu, closely following the original narrative with only a few alterations. The film unfolds as a compelling and honest political drama, highlighting the struggles of police officers

The movie starts at Kotabommali Police Station. Ramakrishna (Srikanth), Ravi (Rahul Vijay), and Kumari (Shivani Rajasekhar) find themselves entangled in a web of political machinations, falsely accused and compelled to escape their own police department. The narrative revolves around their quest to prove their innocence.

Srikanth, Rahul Vijay, and Shivani Rajasekhar deliver impeccable performances, with Srikanth shining in his role as Rama Krishna, showcasing his seasoned acting prowess. The supporting cast, including Vara Laxmi Sarathkumar, Murali Sharma, Benerjee, and others, contribute natural and convincing portrayals.

Technical Aspects:
Technically, the movie has been on high performance levels. The camera work and music is good. The visuals are nice. The production values are lavish.

Plus Points:

Minus Points:
Few slow scenes

“Kotabommali PS” emerges as a truthful and powerful cinematic experience. The film’s intensity, coupled with compelling performances and impactful dialogues, carries the narrative smoothly. While a few moments may lag, the overall trajectory of the film remains on target. It is undeniably a worthwhile watch, particularly for enthusiasts of political dramas. Despite minor instances of monotony, “Kotabommali PS” successfully reaches its cinematic goals, making it a commendable addition to the genre.

Punchline: A powerful and engaging action drama