Tuntari Movie Review
Young Hero Nara Rohit who is known for choosing different scripts came up with one more such film titled Tuntari. This film was a remake of the Tamil hit Maan Karate and it hit screens today in grand manner. Here is how the movie fared.
The movie is about four friends, who set out on a trip to meet a person who predicts their future. How they work hard to make the prediction come true forms the crux of the story. Raju is a carefree guy who is jobless and spends his life without any aim. How this care free guy win a competition which is worth five crores is the Rest of the story.
Vennala Kishore's comic timing
Nara Rohit and Kabir Duhan are biggest assets
Good technical elements
Songs disturbed the flow of the film
Chemistry between the lead pair has not worked well
Nara Rohith manages to carry this film on his shoulders like a pro. His one-liners and mannerisms evoke a few laughs. The film's first half banks heavily on romance, entertainment quotient whereas second- is a slightly mediocre. Editing is jaded as at least three songs could have been chopped off. However the film picks up and as it progresses towards the end, it makes viewers stand on their toes.
Time Pass Entertainer
Cast and Crew
Director: Kumar Nagendra
Music director: Sai Karthik
Story by: A.R. Murugadoss
Starring : Nara Rohit, Latha Hegde, Kabir Duhan Singh..etc