Movie Review: Gully Rowdy
Director: G Nageshwar Reddy
Producers: Kona Venkat, MVV Satyanarayana
Music Director: Chowrasta Ram, Sai Kartheek
Casting: Sundeep Kishan, Neha Hariraj Shetty, Bobby Simha and others
Release Date: 17th September 2021
Gully Rowdy Movie Review: Sundeep Kishan, Neha Hariraj Shetty and Bobby Simha starrer Gully Rowdy, helmed by G Nageshwar Reddy is out on the big screens and let’s see the story of this film.
Story: Vasu (Sundeep Kishan) belongs to a rowdy family and he wants to fulfill his grandfather’s wish by helping out a professional rowdy with a land issue. Vasu faces a tough challenge in safeguarding Venkat Rao ( Rajendra Prasad) property from a local criminal cop Raghu Naik( Bobby Simha). When dealing with the land issue, Vasu falls in love with Venkata Rao’s daughter Sahitya (Neha Shetty). What happens next? Form rest of the story of Gully Rowdy.
- Per interval
- Outdated romantic track
Performance: Sundeep Kishan pulled off the role effortlessly. He comes up with fantastic performance and his expression and body language are appreciable. Bobby Simha is decent in his role Neha Shetty handles her character well. All the actors in Gully Rowdy have done full justice to their respective roles. The movie is lifted by the brilliant performance of Rajendra Prasad, Viva Harsha, Posani Krishna Murali and Vennela Kishore.
Technical: The kidnapping comedy in the first half is showcased well. The cinematography work is highlighted, he captured the visual in splendid manner. The BGM and songs are okay. The Production value is good. The screenplay is not so good and the editing is bad in the second half as the climax is dragged. Coming to the work of the director G Nageshwar Reddy, he fails to generate drama and drags the scenes.
Analysis: Overall Gully Rowdy is typical comedy caper. And it lacks a gripping screenplay and engaging presentation.