Starring : Satyadev, Priyanka Jawalkar, Brahmaji, Viva Harsha, Ravi Babu, Ankith and Ajay
Director : Sharan Koppishetty
Producer : Mahesh Koneru, Srujan Yarabolu
Music Director : Sricharan Pakala
Editor : Tammi Raju
Release date : July 30,2021
Satyadev is ready with one more film called Timmarusu. The film is out on the big screens and, read our review to find out if the film had any juice in it or not.
An innocent youth named Vasu is sent to eight years in jail. This does not go well with an honest lawyer played by Rama Chandra(Satyadev) who re starts the case and starts an investigation along with his team played by Priyanka Jawalkar and Brahmaji. He does not that some powerful names are behind this case. How does he solve this case is the basic crux of Timmarusu.
Satyadev is the life and soul of the film. He does well as a sincere lawyer and was good in his fights as well. He tried to showcase his mass side and looks okay in the film. Priyanka Jawalkar does not have much to showcase and her track is boring and brings a headache in the film. Brahmaji is turning out to be one good actor and he evokes good comedy in this film. The actor who played the main villain is weak. Ajay’s role is highlighted for no reason.
Timmarusu starts on a good note but from the next five minutes, things get sidetracked. But once this dull phase is cleared, things look quite good and start making a lot of sense. This is where the tempo of the film also raises and Satyadev’s good performance also holds fort engaging the audience.
But once again, there are some issues that derail the film time and again. The director Sharan brings in so many characters just for the sake of it and prolongs the suspense for no reason. The visuals are good and the dialogues evoke decent interest.
The manner in which the hero investigates the case is quite good. The heroine’s track is utterly boring. The film has a good climax and makes for a good ending. The suspense element is good but some overaction by the director to create hype derails the good scope making this film a time pass watch.
Bottom Line – Ok-Ok Stuff