Wild Dog Movie Review

Wild Dog Movie Review
Wild Dog Movie Review

Movie Review  Wild Dog
Director: Ahishor Solomon
Producer:  S. Niranjan Reddy and K. Anvesh Reddy
Banner: Matinee Entertainments
Music director:  S Thaman
Starring:   Nagarjuna Akkineni, Dia Mirza, and Saiyami Kher
Release Date: 2nd April 2021
Rating: 3/5

Wild Dog starring Nagarjuna Akkineni, Dia Mirza, and Saiyami Kher, directed by Ahishor Solomon has finally arrived at the theaters  today on 2nd April. Bigg Boss Telugu 3 fame Ali Reza, Appaji Ambarisha Darbha and Avijit Dutt are also the part of Wild Dog. Let’s see the story of Wild Dog.

Story: A blast happens in John’s bakery.  Vijay Varma aka Wild Dog (Nagarjuna) and his team NIA  get the responsibility to nab the criminals. With a small twist, the address of the terrorists are known to be in Nepal.  Vijay  Varma is on a secret mission to Nepal and in the hunt of the mastermind behind the criminal and terror activities.  How he leads the investigation, form the rest of the story of Wild Dog.

Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Run Time
  • BGM

Minus Points:

  • Narration

Performance:  Wild Dog is a  movie that deals with the terror attacks. Nagarjuna is playing  NIA officer Vijay Varma, who is also known as Wild Dog.  He is one of the major assets of this film and has given noteworthy performance. Diya Mirza comes up with a clean performance but she has minimal scenes. Saiyami Kher is fine. Ali Reza does a good job in his role.  The rest of the cast of Wild Dog are ok.

Technical: The writing  of Wild Dog is not very strong and too convenient.   S Thaman’ background score is the main asset of this film Wild Dog.  The background score is pulsating and plays an integral part in  Nagarjuna starrer. The runtime of  Wild Dog is one of the plus point . The cinematography by Shaneil Deo is flawless and the editing is good. Art department has done a superb job and the production values are good. The Investigation scenes are satisfactory.

Analysis: Nagarjuna’ performance in Wild Dog makes the audience attached to the film. Go and watch it.