Rey Movie Review « Film Dhamaka

Story Movie begins with pop star Jeena [Shraddha Das] striving hard to win ‘Best of World’ competition for the third time. Sandy [Farhad Shahnawaz] gives her a tough fight in winning the title and Amerika based don Donge [Arpit Ranka] kills Sandy. Meanwhile, Sandy’s sister Amruta [Saiyami Kher] joins a…

Rey Movie Review

Rey Movie Review

2015-03-27

Vaishnav

Table of Contents

Rating

Story

Movie begins with pop star Jeena [Shraddha Das] striving hard to win ‘Best of World’ competition for the third time. Sandy [Farhad Shahnawaz] gives her a tough fight in winning the title and Amerika based don Donge [Arpit Ranka] kills Sandy.

Meanwhile, Sandy’s sister Amruta [Saiyami Kher] joins a music college in Jamaica to fulfill her brother’s dream and meets Rocket aka Rock. Amruta and Rock never share good rapport but destiny brings them together. Rock and his friends never support Amruta even after being in her group until Donge enters the ring and hurts Rock’s ego. Rock plans to defeat Jenna to satisfy his ego, but couldn’t enter ‘Best of World’ competition as nominations are closed. Did Rock win ‘Best of World’ title? Will Amruta find Sandy’s murderer?

Why did Donge kill Sandy? Forms the crux of Rey.

Performances

Sai Dharam Tej has put in full efforts to look fit and appears to be apt for the Rock role. He is appealing in the caribean look and wins the hearts of Mega fans and mass audiences with his dances and dialogue delivery.

Shraddha Das has nailed it as a hot lady villain. She is perfect for the role of Jenna. Her stylish dance and hot appearance are visual treat.

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Saiyami Kher is just a glam doll and excites audiences in her scenes.

Comedy track between Senior actor Naresh and Hema are okay. Tanikella Bharani is good among others.

Technical Analysis

YVS Chowdary has definitely come with a fresh script with a decent storyline and wretched narration. Rey has its own flaws in presentation, such as Jamaicans and Americans speaking perfect Telugu and trying to tickle your bones [isn’t sounding hard].

Guna Sekharan’s cinematography is one of the highlights of Rey. He has be appreciated for neatly capturing Jamican scenes. The final dance fight out between Sai Dharam Tej and Shraddha is shot well.

Songs by late Chakri goes well with the screenplay, while background falls flat with loud pitch in parts. Raghu Kulkarni’s art works elevated the film’s richness.

Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao’s editing is not up to the mark, especially is couple of songs. First half appears lengthy and needs crisp cut.

Bommarillu Films grandly presented Rey. The film is visual feast, may not be appealing to all centers.

Analysis

YVS Chowdhary has planned to make a movie with international touch and standards, which tangled into local mass cinema with hyper hero and his rough body language, which is frenzy to hardcore Mega fans.

First half is okay with Sai and Saiyami’s performances. Second half is hardly acceptable until the last 20 minutes with some comedy and Shraddha Das. Finally, things end up in style.

Final Verdict

One more Mega hero in the offing – Strictly for fans

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