Krack Movie Review & Rating {3/5}

Krack Movie Review and Rating: After scoring four back to back disasters, Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja is in a dire need of a proper hit at the box office. The actor has joined hands with director Gopichand Malineni for the third time after 'Don Seenu' and 'Balupu' and is all set to come up with an action entertainer titled 'Krack'. Shruti Hassan who romanced Ravi Teja in 'Balupu' movie Is going to share the screen space with him again in this movie. Ravi Teja has pinned all his hopes on this film which finally hit the theatres today on January 9th, 2021. Here is the review of the film.


Veera Shankar Pothuraju (Ravi Teja) is a Circle Inspector. He is powerful and strict. Katari (Samudhrakhani) is a dreadful criminal who serves a jail sentence because of Pothuraju. He wants to take revenge on Pothuraju for his misery. What is the rivalry between them? How did Katari plan the revenge? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the film.


Ravi Teja is undoubtedly the show stealer of this film. It is evident that the actor has worked really hard for his role in the movie and essayed it with ease. His energetic performance is the biggest asset to the movie. Shruti Haasan breathes life into her character and has delivered her best performance in the movie. It is so good to see her on the silver screens after a long time. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar went under the skin of the character and justified her role. Samuthirakani got a powerful role in the film and his performance will definitely grab the attention. Ali delivered an honest performance in the movie and Chirag Jani will also impress with his performance. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:

Gopichand Malineni has picked a really interesting plotline for the film. Despite having some shortcomings, the director has succeeded in executing the story in an entertaining way and will definitely engage the audience throughout the film. His pace of narration is also good and showcased all the characters in a powerful way. Most of the dialogues by Sai Madhav Burra are catchy in this film. Production values by B Madhuu are very rich. Music by SS Thaman is the biggest plus point of the film. Not only his songs but also his BGM is too good. Cinematographer GK Vishnu has produced some beautiful and sleek visuals for the film. Editing by Naveen Nooli is clean.


Ravi Teja returns to success like a boss, with a mass masala action entertainer. The film's story is not that great but the way it was presented on the screen impresses the audience. The runtime is big and it could have been chopped down a little. There is no logic in the film but the audiences, especially those who love mass films will like the film. Ravi Teja's performance, BGM, and the action sequences are the major highlights of the movie. The film will be a big mass fest for the fans in theatres. A perfect commercial film for Sankranthi.