Shekar Telugu Movie Review: Shekar movie has been released on 20th May 2022. Lets us see the Shekar Review.
Cast: Dr. Rajashekar, Athmeeya Rajan, Muskaan Kubchandhani, Shivani Rajashekar, Abhinav Gomatam, and Others
Director: Jeevitha Rajashekar
Producers: Shivani Rajashekar, Shivathmika Rajashekar, Beeram Sudhakara Reddy, Boggaram Venkata Srinivas
Music Director: Anup Rubens
Cinematographer: Mallikarjun Naragani
Shekar Movie Story
Shekar (Rajasekhar) took voluntary retirement from his job as a cop but helps the department in their key investigations. One fine day, Shekar’s ex-wife passed away suddenly. Shekar has his own doubts about her murder and starts the investigation. Then, he finds that his daughter’s (Shivani) death also has a connection to his wife’s death. How Shekar will solve the mystery and finds the culprit? forms the basic plot of the Shekar movie.
Shekar Telugu Movie Review: Positive Aspects
- Rajasekhar did a mature role this time. He as the aged cop looks good and his body language and dialogue delivery are quite good
- Shivani Rajasekhar did a cameo role and makes her presence felt
- Sameer, Abhinav Gomatam, and other supporting cast justified their roles
- The investigation scenes are good and are showcased in detail
- The way the hero’s character ends looks quite good
Shekar Telugu Movie Review: Negative Aspects
- The thrill is missing in the key areas and the pace is also slow
- The screenplay is dull and the film looks simple to the viewers
- The love story of Rajashekar and back-to-back songs deviate a bit from the movie
Shekar Movie Review: Technical Aspects
Music and BGM by Anup Rubens are quite good. The camerawork enhances the proceedings and the dialogues are neat. Editing is just okay as the first half needs trimming a bit. Director Jeevitha has done a passable job with this movie. She narrated the movie in a detailed manner without any deviation but the twists and turns are missing a bit.
Concluding the Shekar Telugu Movie Review, Shekar movie is an emotional thriller that has a good premise and performance. The storyline is good but the needed thrills are slightly missing.