Loafer Movie Review
Release date :December 7, 2015
cineinterval Rating : 3/5
Director : Puri Jagannadh
Producer : C.R.Rao, Swetha Lana, Varun, Tej
Music Director : Sunil Kashyap
Starring : Varun Tej, Disha Patani, Revathi
Maverick director Puri Jagan, took the responsibility of showcasing mega hero Varun Tej in an exceedingly complete mass avatar. The result’s Loafer that has hit the screens today. Let’s see whether or not Varun manages to showcase his all skills or not.
The story of the film is sort of straightforward. An arrogant and irresponsible father(Posani Krishna Murali) separates from his wife(Revathi) and brings his son Raja(Varu Tej) faraway from her .
Raja grows up to become a Loafer like his daddy and believes that he’s a unparented kid. As time passes by, Raja falls loving with Mouni(Disha Patani) and face large threat from her father(Mukesh Rishi). Raja then decides to free Mouni and right once is on the point of do thus, he involves grasp that his mommy continues to be alive and is directly associated with Mouni and her issues.
How can Raja confront his mother ? however is his mother associated with Disha ? and the way can Raja solve of these issues ? That forms the remainder of the story.
Loafer can sure as shooting be a turning purpose in Varun’s career. It justly proves that Varun will do an out and out mass role and impress everybody in songs and fights. The lanky hero will certainly be a large star within the coming back days and has been showcased in an exceedingly very good approach. Varun’s stature, screen presence and emotional performance has been tapped excellently by Puri.
Yet another major plus of the film is Posani Krishna Murali. The seasoned actor has done his role supremely well and evokes very good laughs as a shrewd father. It’s a tailor created role for him and Posani’s chemistry with Varun Tej is sort of smart. Disha Patani makes a assured debut and appears smart on screen.
First half and interval bang area unit quite smart and move at a swift pace. All the emotional scenes between Revathi and Varun have kick off extraordinarily well. Being a seasoned role player she is, Revathi was sensible in her performance throughout the last half.
Story wise, yet again there’s nothing new. when the interval, the film gets quite sure and you precisely grasp what’s going to happen by the top. when the post interval half, the film drifts apart and a few superfluous scenes are available to the image.
Climax additionally appearance somewhat forced and is additionally dragged out with an excessive amount of comedy. sure logics go missing within the film because the mother son relation may are disclosed throughout pre-climax to create the film even a lot of likely.
Music of the film could be a Brobdingnagian disillusioned because the songs don’t register in the slightest degree. Brahmanandam’s entry and his episode are superfluous side and appears logicless.
Production values area unit quite smart. The Jodhpur visuals look contemporary and are shot in an exceedingly grand scale. Varun Tej has been titled in an exceedingly very good approach and appears apt for his character. Dialogues by Puri area unit smart then was the redaction. playscript is pretty smart and holds for many a part of the primary 0.5.
However, when some extent within the last half, Puri looses out on concepts and introduces some superfluous characters. however credit ought to attend him utterly for showcasing Varun in an exceedingly very good approach and extracting extraordinary performance from the young star.
Overall, Loafer could be a film which is able to do wonders for Varun Tej’s confidence and career. The lanky hero steals the show in an exceedingly mass action and impresses success. however a sure story line, hasty up climax and below average music spoil the mood of the film. Finally, don’t expect something out of the box and solely provide this film an effort for a typical Puri narration, mother sentiment and Varun’s all spherical performance.
Cineinterval.com Rating: 3/5
Reviewed by Cineinterval