Movie Review: Republic
Director: Deva Katta
Producers: J. Bhagawan, J. Pullarao
Production Company: JB Entertainments and Zee Studios
Music director: Mani Sharma
Starring: Sai Dharam Tej, Aishwarya Rajesh, Ramya Krishnan, Jagapathi Babu
Release Date: 1st October 2021
Republic Movie Review Rating: Republic is a political drama starring Sai Dharam Tej and Aishwarya Rajesh, helmed by Deva Katta, is hitting the theaters today. Republic is all about the story of an IIT gold medallist and IAS officer Abhiram, who stands up to the local governance as a District Collector. Let’s see the story of movie Republic.
Story: Panja Abhiram (Sai Dhram Tej) is a smart student who grown up to be a honest man. Abhi wants to serve people as an IAS with all good intentions and later he becomes the collector. On the otherside Ramya Krishna (Vishaka Vani) is a powerful and crooked political leader. In his attempt to serve the public, Abhi deals with more challenges in the rotten system and he starts opposing the political force Vishaka Vani, and a clash starts between the feudalistic political system and a straightforward bureaucrat. What happens next, form rest of the story of Republic.
- Less entertainment
- Slow pace
Performance: Sai Dharam Tej delivers his wonderful performance and he stands on the top. Sai Dharam Tej’ body language, way of dialogues delivery and performance are appreciable. This is the first time, he is playing the role of an IAS officer. Ramya Krishnan is superb in the role of a crooked politician. She brings a lot of depth to the proceedings. Aishwarya Rajesh delivers her fantastic performance. Rahul Ramakrishna, and Jagapathi Babu justify with their roles.
Technical: The Screenplay of Republic is gripping and dialogues are well written. The Climax is hard-hitting. Mani Sharma came up the good background score. The background score lifts this political drama completely. The Cinematography work is fantastic, and the cinmatographer captured each frame interestingly. Editing is ok. Production Values are very rich. Coming on the work of Deva Katta, he does the right thing by not infusing any comedy scenes just for the sake of it.
Analysis: Overall Republic is a political drama that highlights the contemporary clash between the political system and the bureaucracy.