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Vintage crime thriller

Vintage crime thriller
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Youth power is clearly visible in the recent releases, week after week in Telugu film world.  On the one hand, star children may be getting launched regularly, but on the other, the industry seems to have space for those with or without filmi connections too.

Youth power is clearly visible in the recent releases, week after week in Telugu film world. On the one hand, star children may be getting launched regularly, but on the other, the industry seems to have space for those with or without filmi connections too.

A kind of a rare thing in Telugu cinema seems to have taken place with the release of this venture, which has four new gen heroes – Nara Rohit, Sundeep Kishan, Aadi Saikumar and Sudheer Babu sharing screen space. Interesting as the first two of them are actually making a mark of their own in the local movie world.

An action flick, it surely is, with the opening scenes establishing what the viewer can expect to happen when a vintage Rolls Royce car- named after the title of the film- gets stolen from a 5-star hotel parking lot.

The needle of suspicion points towards all the three, with Nara Rohit playing the investigating cop. The fourth dimension is provided by Rajendra Prasad, an expert lock picker and a car mechanic who dreams big. The suspense is maintained till the last with believable sub-plots, which leaves the audience in a feel-good mood.

Director Sriram Adithya maintains the tempo of the film pretty well till the last and does not allow interruptions in the form of duets or item numbers to slow down the pace of the 127- minute film. Believing in the story and its capacity to appeal to the audience, he gives different backgrounds to his heroes and lends them scope to perform.

This means that women have not much scope to be seen in the proceedings, which the director attempts to counteract by identifying the car as one of the heroes’ mother. The melodrama/ emotional track is thus taken care of ,which is the only diversion Adithya permits to take place.

Screen time wise, it is Nara Rohit who has a longer presence, yet the others, right till Aadi put up a competent show. The BGM score of veteran Mani Sharma adds to the tension here and there, as the police keep hitting dead-ends during the course of its investigation. The comedy of Raghu Karumanchi is indeed highly watchable with his Telangana dialect-laden dialogue delivery.

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