11th Hour Movie

11th Hour

Watch on: Aha
18+ Telugu

09 Apr 2021 00:25:00

11th Hour review: Tamannaah impresses but the series doesn’t

A lot of hype was created for Tamannaah Bhatia’s digital debut which is marked with a series called 11th hour and it is streaming on Aha Video. Directed by Praveen Sattaru.
Bhavana Sharma

Updated: April 09, 2021 18:36 IST

Rating : 2.25/5

11th Hour Story:

Aratrika Reddy (Tamannaah Bhatia) is a super woman. She is the Chairman of a company that is in trouble and is trying to make it big in the men’s world. It is her responsibility to save her company and is working hard to make sure that it doesn’t get into the hands of those who are looking forward to destroying it. She is a divorcee and the mother of a cute little boy. Her first enemy is her father and the love of her life is her mother. She has gone through since childhood because her father believed that Aditya, his son is his worthy successor. The story begins with Aratrika’s failure as a Chariman of Aditya Group. A news channel reports on a Rs 10,000 scam done by the company and how Aratrika owes a loan to a bank and has only one day to repay it. In this corporate world, which is full of men, how will Aratrika prove her mettle, show her smartness and save her company from wild wolf-like men. Here’s where the confusion begins. This is something you need to watch on the app.

11th Hour Review:

Tamannaah has done a decent performance as a beauty with brains and damsel in distress. But unfortunately, she couldn’t save the series with her angel-like looks and performances. This series is definitely not Tamannaah’s best performance but seeing her as a strong businesswoman is something her fans would love to do. Arun Adith, who plays Tamannaah’s only well-wisher in the family has done a great performance and you will definitely love watching him on screen. Shatru, Vamsi Krishna, Kota Shankar Rao and many good artistes are part of this series.

To be frank, there is a lot of confusion around the plot and even after four or five episodes, you will still not have a clarity on what is exactly wrong here. Eight episodes with each under a duration of 30 minutes. Tamannaah’s character is half-baked and so is everyone else’s. There is even a political angle to this story and many questions are left unanswered. The makers have tried to make it look like a thriller too but they have failed. The production quality, music, visuals, and BGM are some kind of saviours. Praveen Satarru should have worked a little more on this series or at least tried saving it while editing.

11th Hour Verdict:

Not so great to watch. But for Tamannaah’s performance, yes you can do.