Check Movie Review

Check Movie Review

Certificate: U/A

Language: Telugu

Genre: Drama Thriller Suspense

Release Date: 26 Feb 2021

Runtime: 02:20:00

Advertisement

Check Movie Review: An interesting story with good performances

Nithiin's Check movie has hit the screens on Friday and is worth watching this weekend
Bhavana Sharma

Updated: February 26, 2021 12:00 IST

Rating : 2.25/5


Check Movie:

Directed by Chandrasekhar Yeleti, Check movie stars Nithiin, Rakul Preet Singh and Priya Prakash Warrier in lead roles.

 
The film is produced by V Anand Prasad under Bhavya Creations and tells the story of a chess player who is on a death row. Check hit the screens on Friday and here’s the review of this thriller.

Check Story:

Aditya (Nithiin) is a death-row inmate who faces charges of terrorism and has limited time to live. He is a con man who believes he has been framed for a crime he did not commit. Manasa's (Rakul Preet Singh) father ( Posani Krishna Murali) asks her to take up the case as it will be good for her career. When in jail he meets Sriman Narayana (Sai Chand), a chess player he learns the game from.

Check Performances:

As usual, Nithiin has done an amazing performance. As a chess player, and someone who is on a death row, his position is an emotional one, and fighting for his life. All those emotions of a fighter have been performed and shown really well by him. His acting has been really matured.

 
Rakul Preet Singh as a lawyer, trying to save her client, has done a great job. Her performance is subtle, expressive and upto the mark. The court room scenes are intense and Rakul has done it great.
 
Priya Prakash Warrier is a new bee to the industry. She’s done a great job. She looked pretty on screen. Music by Kalyan Malik is an add on to the film. It’s been a long time since he has composed music to a film and it feels nice to listen to some breezy music.
 
Yeleti’s direction and screenplay will win your hearts. He’s done an amazing job on the script and story.

Check Verdict:

On the whole, this film is worth a watch this weekend.

Advertisement

Advertisement


Top