Movie Review: Paagal
Director: Naresh Kuppili
Producer: Bekkem Venugopal
Music director: Radhan
Starring: Vishwak Sen, Nivetha Pethuraj
Release Date: 14th August 2021
Story: Prem (Vishwak Sen) is in the search of a girl who can give him the same love as his mother. He lost his mother when he was just seven years old. In the search for a suitable girl, he proposes to many girls but everyone rejects his proposal. Soon he meets Teera (Nivetha Pethuraj) who confesses her love for him. What happens next, form the rest of the story of Paagal.
- First Half
- Exciting interval bang
- No emotion
- Second half
Performance: Once again, Vishwak Sen delivers fantastic performance. Hit fame actor has done a good job and pull off his character with ease. His expressions, body language and way of dialogues delivery are fantastic. He tries to make an impression in the film and is the one who has a good screen presence. Nivetha Pethuraj is fine in her role. She as Teera has very less screen time. Murali Sharma who is playing the heroine’s father is ok. Megha Lekha and Simran Chowdhary get limited screen space. The rest of the cast of Paagal justify with their roles.
Technical: The story of Paagal is interesting and impressive. The Cinematographer has done superb job. Songs Google Google and Ee Simple Chinnode are good. The BGM by James Leon elevates the scens. The BGM are also too blend with the situations. The screenplay is racy. The dialogues in Paagal are good. Some trimming in second half could have been better. The production values are good.
Analysis: Paagal is a youthful romantic entertainer. Everything about Paagal, right from its music to character construction, oozes freshness.