Release Date : June 29, 2023
Starring: Nikhil, Iswarya Menon, Rana Daggubati, Sanya Thakur, Abhinav Gomatam, Aryan Rajesh, Makrand Deshpande, Jisshu Sen Gupta, Nitin Mehta, Ravi Varma, Krishna Teja & others
Director: Garry BH
Producer: K Rajashekhar Reddy
Music Directors: Vishal Chandrasekhar, Sri Charan Pakala
Cinematographers: Vamshi Patchipulusu, Mark David
Young actor Nikhil’s much-awaited movie SPY has been released in theatres. The film generated a positive buzz among the viewers with the poster and trailer. Is SPY really up to the audience’s expectations? Check it out, here is our review of it:
Plot: Khadri is a most wanted terrorist who plans a nuclear terror attack on India. The raw team tries to nab him, accidentally, he gets killed in the mission. Does Khadir really die in the accident? Jai( Nikhil ) is a raw agent, send by his team to find out the truth about Khadir. Would Jai be able to stop the nuclear attack? Did he able to catch Khadir, to know any of the reasons, one must watch the film in theatres.
Performances: Nikhil as a spy agent does a good job but there is no change in terms of body language or dialogue deliverance. Iswarya Menon looks good and she got a good screen space in the film. Aryan Rajesh, Tanikella Bharani, Jissu Sengupta, Makrand Deshpande, Abhinav Gomatam, Sachin Khedekar, Sanya Thakur, Posani Krishna Murali, Prudhvi, Ravi Varma do justice to their roles
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Minus Points :
Decent action thriller
No major twists
Nikhil Siddhartha fails to maintain the momentum created by his previous hit, ‘Karthikeya 2′. ’18 Pages’ was not an ambitious film. ‘SPY’ is a big one. The film is not likely to be accepted by the Hindi audience either. They have seen a much bigger and grander and spectacular film earlier this year: ‘Pathaan’.
‘SPY’ is more of a cheap imitation. The film needed logic, aesthetics, and grandeur. It has the last of these. But logic and ambiance are missing.
The characters are boring. The villains, mainly Nithin Mehta, are bland. The RAW people, mainly Makrand Deshpande, are insipid. The scenes involving Sachin Khedekar and Suresh are uninspiring.
Verdict: SPY is not a thrilling movie. It doesn’t give you any thrill or tells the real mystery behind Bose’s death.
Bottom Line: Another SPYDER
Rating : 1.5/5