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C/O Surya Review

Tollywood | Published:November 10, 2017, 12:54 PM IST | Updated:November 11, 2017, 10:17 AM IST

C/O Surya Review

Movie: C/O Surya
Director : Suseenthiran
Producer: Chakri Chigurupati
Music Director : D. Imman
Star Cast : Sundeep Kishan, Mehrene Kaur Pirzada
Release Date:10th November 2017
Rate:  2.5/5

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C/O Surya Review :

Sundeep Kishan is making his come back in Tollywood with  C/o Surya , directed by National award Winning Tamil director Suseenthiran, who has earlier directed the super successful Na Peru Surya starring Karthi in the lead role. Mehreen Kaur Pirzada  is playing the female lead. C/O is also releasing in Tamil as Nenjil Thunivirunthal. Let’s see the storyline.


Story: Surya (Sundeep Kishan) and  Mahesh (Vikranth) are best friends. Mahesh is in love with Surya’s sister Anu (Sathiga), who is a doctor. Though her mother (Thulasi) does not like this relationship. Things go smoothly until a false police complaint is lodged against Mahesh for attacking a real estate office with his friends. When Surya comes to know about this he tries to help Mahesh through a police officer but later he realizes  that all this is a part of a big crime done by a deadly quotation group. The twist in the tale arises when Surya comes to know that Saamba Sivudu ( Harish Utthaman) wants to kill his sister Anu.  What will Surya do now? Why Samba Sivudu want to kill Anu?  To get these answer one should watch the movie on silver screen.


 Plus points:

  • Sundeep Kishan
  • Story-line

Minus Points:

  • Tamil flavor
  • Illogical scenes

Performance: Sundeep Kishan’s energy level is a big plus and he is completely at ease in front of the camera. He rightly fits into the role of boy-next-door character while Vikranth though being typecast in such angry young man roles has done a good job. Comedian Satya impresses the audiences with his comedy timing.  Mehreen  Kaur Pirzada got limited screen space. Harish Uttaman’s characterization is brilliant and he is one of the major highlights in the film. His bearded look has given him a new makeover.   Thagubothu Ramesh, Satya and Praveen and others perform accordingly.


Technical: The Story is  written by Suseendhran himself. He is good at writing the crime thrillers. The dialogues are good. There is a bit Tamil flavour in the movie. Lakshman’s cinematography is top notch. The editing by Kasi Viswanathan is good. The music is scored by Imman, which is in the tune of proceeding. The songs are not up to his normal standards. The production values of the film are good.



Analysis: C/O Surya has everything that we expect from a Suseenthiran film. The humour track, a romance track, a few songs, and some action, all the elements needed for a commercial film but the problem with C/o Surya is that film doesn’t do much to shake off that sense of familiarity we have. The first half of film has romance, friendship and villain introduction. Suseenthiran takes his own time to establish the real conflict and raises the tempo after the interval block. The second half is where things actually start moving at rapid pace with solid twists and turns but there are some illogical scenes. Suseenthiran fails to maintain the same momentum throughout.

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