|Movie Cast||Sai Dharam Tej,Mehrene Kaur Pirzada,Prasanna|
|Director||B. V. S. Ravi|
|Music Director||S. Thaman|
|Production Company||Arunachal Creations banner|
|Release Date||December 1, 2017|
When a movie is released with routine story and content, audience started to reject it. Audience are expecting to experience something innovation in anyway for the money they spend to get the ticket. Last couple of years have been the transformation phase for the Telugu film industry from routine subjects to innovative ones. Though we are seeing routine films, they are not as successful as an innovative one both critically and commercially. This friday, it is time for Sai Dharam Tej starrer Jawaan, which is directed by BVS Ravi, who earlier directed Wanted. It is being promoted as a movie with different content in a commercial way and is presented by Dil Raju and produced by Krishna of Arunachal creations.
Jai (Sai Dharam Tej) is an RSS member who aspires to become a DRDO scientist. He qualifies every test and his application is put on hold due to some reasons. He has a mentor who he dearly calls as Babai (Kota Srinivasa Rao). He makes stamps. A guy comes to him to get DRDO stamp done offering him a very huge amount which he reject as he is against wrongdoings. He gets killed after some incidents and Jai starts investigating the reason behind murder of his mentor and gets to know an unimaginable and a huge conspiracy against India and it’s security. How Jai solves the conspiracy? What is that conspiracy? Who are the people behind conspiracy?
Cast and performance
Sai Dharam Tej as Jai, a RSS member is in terrific form. He is improving and unleashing the better version of him with every movie he is doing. Mehreen Pirzada as Bhargavi, the love interest of Jai is nice. She looks too good in the movie. Prasanna as Keshav, childhood friend of Jai is superb. He is an apt finding for the role he has done. Kota Srinivasarao is nice in his brief role which sets the pace of the movie. Subbaraj as an accomplice of antagonist is as usual. Nagababu is good. All other actors did act well for the roles they are given.
Jawaan has a thrilling plot and screenplay is written convincingly and it is engaging mostly. Dialogues are superbly written by writer and director BVS Ravi.
Music director of this movie SS Thaman is in a superb form giving chartbuster albums. This movie is not an exception and the background score he composed is superb and blended with the movie so perfectly. Cinematography by Guhan is nice. He has done magic in some shots with his lighting. Editing done by SR Sekkhar and Madhu is good. Action and chase sequences are good. Production values are rich.
Sai Dharam Tej as Jai
Prasanna as Keshav
Music by SS Thaman
Cinematography by KV Guhan
Dialogues by BVS Ravi
Mind game between Hero and Villain
Unnecessary love track & songs
When science invent something for the benifit of the people, it automatically tend to have its side effects. Jawaan movie is all about removing these side effects due to that invention and make it benifit to the nation. Director and writer BVS Ravi wrote an interesting story and narrated it well in the first half and he faltered in engaging audience with his screenplay in second half. In addition to that, the love track between the leads acts as speed breaker and Mehreen is just used as a glamour doll in this movie. BVS Ravi has written some interesting dialogues and the dialogues in the scene where Sai Dharam Tej utters about nation and responsibilities of a citizen are whistleworthy. Jawaan is a good attempt with some interesting moments when minuses are ignored.