Movie Review: Dirty Hari
Director : MS Raju
Producer : Guduru Sai Puneeth, Guduru Sateesh Babu,
Music Director : Mark K Robin
Starring: Ruhani Sharma, Surekha Vani, Shravan Reddy, Simrat Kaur, Mahesh
Release Date: 18th December 2020
Rating : 3/5
Dirty Hari Movie Review: Ruhani Sharma, Shravan Reddy, Simrat Kaur, Surekha Vani, Jabardast Mahesh starrer b*ld Drama Dirty Hari is available on Friday Movies.
Story: Hari (Shravan Reddy) is a chess player who moves to Hyderabad. Vasudha (Ruhani Sharma), who is a rich girl, falls in love and both get married. Hari is also attracted to Jasmin (Simrat Kaur), who’s an upcoming actress and model looking to catch a break. What problems did Hari face in his married life? Form rest of the story.
- Shravan Reddy
- Slow pace
- Repetitive Lustful scenes
Performance: Shravan Reddy has given his best in the role of Hari. He fits the bill perfectly. His way of dialogue delivery, expressions and body language are perfectly fit. Ruhani Sharma gets a meaty part in Dirty Hari. She plays the character that is madly in love with her husband and has only one goal to become a mother. Simrat Kaur is ok in the role of Jasmin and but she provided the necessary oomph factor. Rest of the cast of Dirty Hari delivers fantastic performances.
Technical: There is nothing special in the story of Dirty Hari. The story is routine and a bit predictable. Coming on the work of MS Raju, he turned director with Dirty Hari and chose the subject of extramarital affair and he has done a decent job with this flick. MS Raju has packed nicely erotic scenes and drama that keep the proceedings moving without many hurdles. The cop episode could have been handled in a proper manner in the second half of the film. The production values are top notch. The editing was ok. Mark K Robin’s music and Baalreddy’s cinematography are the major assets.
Analysis: Dirty Hari is an erotic thriller drama. The main assets of the film is the performance of its cast and climax twist.