Krack Movie

Krack

U/A Telugu

09 Jan 2021 02:34:00

Krack Movie Review: Ravi Teja’s Krack wins audiences hearts; becomes a massive hit

Krack movie is directed by Gopichand Malineni, the film has Shruthi Haasan, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Samuthirakani in key roles
Bhavana Sharma

Updated: January 10, 2021 17:39 IST

Rating : 3.25/5


Krack Movie Synopsis:

Sankranti has already come! The festive vibes are already here with Mass Raja Ravi Teja’s Krack being a blockbuster hit at the box office. Directed by Gopichand Malineni, Krack is the Telugu remake of the Tamil blockbuster cinema Sethupathi.

Krack Movie Story:

Pothuraju Veera Shankar (Ravi Teja) is a circle inspector who is always hot-headed. He hails from Andhra and doesn’t like to hear the word called ‘background’. With his signature police style, he brings down the goons on their knees and makes sure they know his power. When Shankar is appointed in Ongole, the brutal Katari (Samuthirakani) commits a spine-chilling murder and angers Shankar. How the rivalry between Pothuraju Veera Shankar and Katari turns worse is the crux of Krack. And of course, he has a beautiful and happy family. How he protects his family from the villains, is a beautiful story to watch.

Krack Movie Review:

It has been a tough time for all the movie buffs for the last 9 months as they had to stay away from the theatres. Krack has made them forget all those tough times and has given them an adrenaline rush with those high-octane sequences. This film is a full-on entertainer that has power-packed performances by all the lead actors. It turned out to be a pakka commercial entertainer at the box office and is receiving a positive response from all over.

 
It has been a long time since Ravi Teja bagged a hit. But more than the story, it is the performance, and the craze he has made the film a hit. Shruti Haasan, as usual, is a visual delight and she has nailed her performance on screen. This film is definitely a ruthless police cop drama.
 
Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar plays Jayamma and she has done an amazing performance. Jayamma is Katai’s second wife and they play the lead antagonists in this film. Nothing out of the box happens in the first half, but you nonetheless enjoy it as people clap and whistle at the fights and mass dialogues. The other notable and scary part of the film is the ferocious Vetapalem gang, who drink blood of donkeys to keep the cruelty in them alive. It seems like Gopichand has done a lot of research before writing the track as such people did exist in that area, once upon a time.

Krack Movie Technicalities:

GK Vishnu’s camera work is a key asset for the film. Music by Thaman is good enough for the film. Songs have been shot well. Fights by Ram Laxman are whistle worthy. Gopichand, as a director, has done a pretty good job.

Krack Movie Verdict:

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


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