Ravi Teja’s Khiladi Movie Review And Rating
Mohan Gandhi( Ravi Teja) is an auditor in a big Consultancy firm. Gandhi is put in prison for killing his own family. Because of the interest factor for the situation, a brain science understudy Pooja ( Meenakshi) starts to do research on Mohan Gandhi’s life. Simultaneously, she finds a progression of shock components. Everything revolves around a 10,000 crores cash coming from unfamiliar nations to AP to make Gurusingam( MukeshRushi) CM. How Raviteja has managed the mafia is the rest of the story
From the promos, Khiladi film showed up as a high voltage action film, which is not the situation. The film begins as a straightforward story, which accepts different turns as it arrives at the end. There are countless turns, which are described in a confounding way. Such bends finished as moist stunts in spite of being loaded with a couple of high-budget chase sequences. Murali Sharma, Anasuya’s work is impressive. Dimple Hayati caters to the targeted audience, so are the two mass songs ‘ AttaSoodake’ ‘ Catch Me Catch Me. The creation values are high in a couple of scenes, inconsistent in numerous scenes. The cinematography and shading DI are done gravely in numerous scenes. There are parts of scenes that need the least lighting or postproduction.
This film seems a long-delayed in production. The casting of the film is worthy. In any event, for even smaller roles, high-budget actors are taken. Khiladi makers appear to be given a spending plan freehand to the director Mr. Ramesh Varma, and it was terribly wasted. Raviteja isn’t in his components in this film, and the second heroine Dimple Hayati is hot. Senior legend Arjun Sarja played CBI official job and he is noteworthy. Meenakshi Chaudary as a brain research student is OK.
Khiladi is the most ludicrous film as of late. Indeed, even the director probably won’t get what’s happening on the off chance when he watches the film. Helpless cinematography and technical aspects further ruin the silly story. Fans of Raviteja can joyfully keep away from the film.
Technical Crew: Directed by Ramesh Varma Written by Ramesh Varma Produced by Satyanarayana Koneru Cinematography Sujith Vaassudev Edited by Amar Reddy Kudumula Music by Devi Sri Prasad
Cast: Ravi Teja, Arjun, Unni Mukundan, Meenakshi Chaudhary, Dimple Hayathi