Darbar Telugu Movie Review



Darbar
2020-01-09 14:03:30

Superstar Rajinikanth, Nayanathara and Nivetha Thomas played the lead roles in the movie Darbar. The film is directed by AR Murugadoss and it is produced under Lyca Productions banner. The movie unit is extremely happy with the positive buzz around the movie. The film released today along with the Tamil version. Check out the review here.

Story:

Hari (Suneil Shetty) is a biggest drug dealer in the world. He lives in Mumbai and runs the mafia world. Aaditya Arunachalam (Rajinikanth) is a sincere police officer who moves to Mumbai. He lives with his daughter Valli (Nivetha Thomas). The cat and mouse game between Aaditya and Hari will take place. But, Aaditya and Hari already have a connection and Aaditya wants to take revenge on Hari. What did Hari do? Can Aaditya get his revenge? What happens in the end forms the crux of the story.

Performances:

The way Rajnikanth has carried his role throughout the film is really appreciable. The actor who can pull off any kind of role on the silver screens easily has delivered his best performance in this movie as well. Also, it is really refreshing and interesting to see Rajinikanth as a Police Officer. After a long time, Nayanthara undoubtedly looked beautiful on the Silver screens and also her performance in the movie is too good. Nivetha Thomas also acted naturally in the film. Suniel Shetty justified his role. Prateik Babbar delivered an honest performance in the film. Jatin Sarna and Nawab Shah delivered decent performances in the film. Dalip Tahil and Yogi Babu are also good in their roles.

Technical Aspects:

Director AR Murugadoss came up with another strong storyline for the film and the way he narrated it is also on point. Without focusing more on the other unnecessary elements, the director dives right into the story. We can say that director AR Murugadoss definitely will engage the audience throughout the film and give them a fun ride with his interesting narration. Production values by Lyca Productions are very rich. Music by Anirudh Ravichander is superb. Though the songs are just average, we can say that his exceptional background score, especially in the action sequences, is really engaging. The visuals by cinematographer Santosh Sivan are captivating. Editing by A Sreekar Prasad is clean and neat.

Verdict:

Despite using the same commercial formula, the director has succeeded in engaging the audience with his catchy storyline and gripping narration. The way the director has showcased Rajnikanth's character will be a delight to watch for the fans. The scenes in the first half are really engaging and impressive. When compared to the first half, the second half is a little bit slow but we can say the director will make the audience stick to their chairs with his interesting narration. The action sequences are also really impressive. Especially, the pre-climax and climax added more strength to the film. Narration, performances and background score are the big plus points of this film. There are no major setbacks in the film which made it even more enjoyable. Overall, 'Darbar' is definitely a worth watching film.

Rating: 2.75/5

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