Starring: Naga Chaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Malavika Nair, Avika Gor
Director: Vikram Kumar
Producers: Dil Raju, Sirish
Music Director: Thaman S
Cinematography : P. C. Sreeram
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Release Date : July 22, 2022
Dil Raju is producing back to back movies but none of them are clicking that well. His latest release is Thank You which is out today. Read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.
Abhiram played by Chay Akkineni is a rich and egoistic corporate giant who does not care even his girlfriend played by Raashi Khanna. A very deeply moving incident related to Prakash Raj moves Abhiram totally and he goes back on his journey to meet the people who have helped him. Well, who all does he meet and how he says Thank You is the story.
Chay Akkineni is an improved actor now. The way he has transformed in this role which multiple roles is quite good to see. Raashi Khanna looks out of place as her role and make up are out of place. Malavika Nair is the best part of Thank You and she gets the best part which is quite good. Avika Gor irritates with her sisters role.
Lack of emotions
List is endless
Thank You is all about one man’s journey from an arrogant person to a humble human and how he gets his basics rights. Vikram Kumar has directed this film and his screenplay to say the least and does not engage one bit with the audience.
The way Chay realises his mistake of being arrogant looks so fake in the film. Going back and thanking those who helped him looks good on paper but execution wise it is a big letdown and even Chay cannot salvage the film with his fine performance.
Music by Thaman is worse and his BGM also disappoints. The visuals by PC seeeram are okay to say and the lyrics and production values are okay. The second half is a huge let down and there is not one scene that stands out.
BVS Ravi has written the story and it is good but is lost in translation. The film had so much scope for comedy and drama but there is not one aspect that clicks here and one should say no thanks to this coming of age drama which falls flat on its face.
Bottom line- Boring as hell