Story Jil is the story of Jai [Gopichand], a sincere fire officer who leads a happy life with his family. Jai is on a romantic encounter with Savitri [Raashi Khanna], whom he met during one of his assignments and enjoys a quality time with her. Everything is fine till he…
Jil Movie Review
Jil Movie Review
Jil is the story of Jai [Gopichand], a sincere fire officer who leads a happy life with his family. Jai is on a romantic encounter with Savitri [Raashi Khanna], whom he met during one of his assignments and enjoys a quality time with her. Everything is fine till he saves Ranganath [Brahmaji] from a fire accident. Twist in the tale arises when Ranganath is found dead in an unexpected way and underworld don Chota Nayak [Kabir] cross paths with Jai.
Who is Ranganath? What is the connection between Chota Nayak and him? Why is Chota Nayak back stabbing Jai? Watch Jil on screen to know how Jai saves himself from all the problems…
Gopichand has given a laudable performance with dashing screen presence. He has carried the whole film with ease in both romantic and action sequences. Be it be fights or dances, Gopichand has nailed it.
Raashi Khanna is dazzling. Her role is beautifully scripted and Raashi has thoroughly entertained audiences with gorgeous screen presence and enough zing in songs.
Kabir Singh made a memorable debut as villain with gracious look and performance. He has a long way to go in Tollywood.
Urvashi as Gopichand’s aunt did her parts well. Posani Krishna Murali and Prabhas Srinu tried their best to provide comic relief in the second half, somehow winds up embroiled.
Radha Krishna had to be appreciated for picturing such a stylish entertainer with engaging screenplay and dialogues. However, story has nothing new to offer with highly predictable twists.
Music director Ghibran and Cameraman Sakthi Saravanan takes the center stage for appealing background scores and stunning visuals. All the songs are well choreographed and coloufully pictured.
A special mention to costume designer Thota Vijay Bhaskar who made the stars look stunning in their stylish wear. Stunt choreography by Anal Arasu is one more highlight of Jil, especially the interval block and the rain fight.
Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao could have been crisp. Second half of Jil appears little dragged, could have easily trimmed few shots.
UV Creations have once again proved their ability in making stylized films. They are surely on their way to hat-trick.
Jil has its own moments of entertainment with negligible negatives, which are easily overtaken by the performances and taking of the film. Gopichand, Raashi Khanna’s on-screen chemistry is top notch, closely anchored by villain Kabir Singh.
Director Radha Krishna got immense support from his colleagues Ghibran and Sakthi Saravanan, a little more concentration on story line could’would’ve worked wonders.
Special attraction for Prabhas fans in Jil: “Nenu piluste Prabhas kuda 2 mins lo vastadu”, a dialogue by Raashi Khanna.
Stylish Entertainer with Wafer-Thin story…