Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya Movie Review : Except Sloppy investigation, overdone dialogue delivery, ASSA is a pretty good watch this weekend !
Last Modified On: 06 September 2019 | Reviewed By: Ravi Mondeti
Telugu audience have been deprived of a nice detective Comedy movie since Chiranjeevi's chantabbayi, which released in 1986. ASSA raised our hopes to fill this gap since the teaser itself, but the movie doesn't outperform Chantabbayi in any way but does best in its own style. Despite its shortcomings, the movie is definitely worth a watch!
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Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya is a detective who solves small cases and hopes for a big break some day. He believes his reputation precedes him, even if that's not the case. A missing girl, her grieving father, a stray dead body and shady police set him off on a path that might prove dangerous for him.
The first half of the film takes its own sweet time to set up the story and its lead character. The jokes land for the most part and the audience is kept on the edge of the seat till the interval point. Naveen Polishetty will definitely grab the attention of the audience with his mesmerizing performance. Though this is debut movie, Naveen Polishetty has shown maturity in his acting. Even his dialogue delivery(sometimes overdone though) and facial expressions are also good. Shruti Sharma is definitely a perfect pick for this role. The actress has not only impressed with her beautiful performance but also maintained beautiful chemistry with Naveen Polishetty. Suhas has delivered an honest performance in this film and added more strength for this film. Sandeep Raj also got a really interesting role in this film and he will definitely make an impact on his performance in this film.
Director Swaroop RSJ has proved that his storytelling skills are actually amazing. The way he has narrated the script in an interesting way is commendable. Despite picking up a complicated genre, the director has succeeded in making the audience stick to their chairs from the start to the end. Production values by Rahul Yadav Nakka under Swadharm Entertainments banner is luxurious. It is evident that producers have not compromised in terms of quality. Music by Mark K Robin is outstanding. His excellent music added more strength for this film. Cinematography by Sunny Kurapati is decent. He has produced some bright and colourful visuals for the film. His camera angles are also good. Editing by Amit Tripathi is clean and neat.
Telugu audience have been deprived of a nice detective Comedy movie since Chiranjeevi's chantabbayi, which released in 1986. ASSA raised our hopes to fill this gap since the teaser itself, but the movie doesn't outperform Chantabbayi in any way but does best in its own style. Sloppy investigation, overdone dialogue delivery there i have listed all cons in the movie , despite these ASSA is definitely worth a watch