Check Movie Review

Check Movie Review
Check Movie Review

Movie Review:  Check
Director: Chandra Sekhar Yeleti
Producer: V Anand Prasad
Banner: Bhavya Creations
Music director:  Kalyani Malik
Starring: Nithiin, Rakul Preet Singh, and Priya Prakash Varrier
Release Date: 26th February 2021
Rating: 2.75/5

Check Telugu movie Review: Check, the action thriller drama, starring Nithiin, Rakul Preet Singh and Priya Prakash Varrier, helmed by Chandra Sekhar Yeleti,  who  is known for his neo noir thrillers with strong emotions, has arrived at the theaters today on 26th February. Let’s see the story of Check.

Story: Aditya (Nithiin) is in a jail and he is facing the charges of terrorism. He is given a death sentence for his involvement in terrorist activities and has limited time to live. Manasa’s (Rakul Preet Singh) father (Posani Krishna Murali) asks her to take up the case and she fights hard for Aditya to get pardon from the president.  How Chess plays a crucial role in Aditya’ life in Jail and what happens next, form rest of the story of Check.

Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Story
  • BGM
  • Twists
  • Screenplay
  • Chess backdrop

Minus Points:

  • Slow narration
  • No Excitement

Performance: Nithiin completely steals the show with his energetic screen presence and performance.  His mannerisms are a feast for his fans. Priya Prakash Varrier impresses with her cute looks.  Rakul Preet Singh has excelled in her role.  She  grabs the attention of viewers with her terrific performance.  Murali Sharma, Sampath, Harsha Vardhan are good in their roles.  Sampath gives fantastic performance.

Technical: The storyline of Check is interesting and impressive.   The music composed  by Kalyani Malik is good.   The Dialogues are meaningful and it adds impact to the scenes. The production values are superb.  The Cinematography  by Rahul Shrivatsav are fantastic and the movie has some fantastic visuals.  Editing is just ok.

 Analysis: Check must be the most satisfying film for  Nithiin as an actor.  Chandra Sekhar Yeleti’ directorial venture gives him a lot of scope for exploits his unlimited acting skills.