Beast Telugu Movie Review: Today, April 13, 2022, Thalapathy Vijay’s long-awaited film Beast finally hits theatres, much to the delight of fans throughout the world. Vijay is a popular Telugu actor, however he hasn’t been in every film in the language. Because Master was so popular in India, the creators of Beast decided to adapt it into Telugu. Audiences have been raving about the film since it opened in theatres, and the reviews are generally positive. With that said, will Nelson be able to repeat his success from his last film, Doctor? Let’s see if the film is worth seeing in this review.
RAW agent Veeraraghava (Vijay) arrives in Hyderabad for a covert mission, where he is taken hostage in a shopping mall by terrorists who want money from government officials, but he refuses to hand it over his identity. During this time, the government obtained information about the location of a notorious RAW agent, so Veera RAW was called in to help in a covert rescue operation. Veera Raghava and the hostages’ demands are the focus of the remainder of this chapter.
Beast Cast & Crew
Among the cast members of the film, Beast are Vijay, Pooja, Selvaraghavan, Yogi Babu, Redin Kingsley, Bjorn Surrao, VTV Ganesh, Shine Tom Chacko, Liliput Faruqui, Ankur Ajit Vikal, and others. Anirudh Ravichandran created the soundtrack for the film, which was shot by Manoj Paramahamsa and produced by Sun Pictures.
|Cast Leads||Vijay, Pooja Hegde, Selvaraghavan, Yogi Babu, Redin Kingsley, Bjorn Surrao, VTV Ganesh, Aparna Das, Shine Tom Chacko, Liliput Faruqui, Ankur Ajit Vikal & others|
|Written by||Nelson Dilipkumar|
A superstar doesn’t need a good story to make a film a blockbuster hit because their fans are enough; nevertheless, if the story is weak, the audience will mercilessly make the picture fail, regardless of whether the star is a superstar or an unknown actor.
The anticipation for Nelson’s follow-up to the critically acclaimed Doctor was palpable, and the director did not disappoint with Beast. Even though the Beast story isn’t great, the screenplay and the comedy set at a retail center work. When the main drama begins in the shopping mall, the picture loses its luster briefly. Fortunately, the filmmakers have brilliantly woven in the character of Yogibabu, VTV Ganesh, into the plot. A good conclusion and bang were included in the film’s second intermission.
In contrast to Pooja Hegde’s persona, Yogi Babu and others performed admirably in their roles. For a character like this, Vijay as Veera Raghava does the job well; his look was also great.
Despite the fact that he often tackles a serious subject and transforms it into a comedy, director Nelson Dilipkumar does just that with Beast. However, if you are expecting a Doctor-style comedy from the film, you may be disappointed; there is humor in the Beast but not in the same way that Doctor did. However, he’s changed the setting of the picture to one in which the gold is being sought by terrorists rather than their commander. My interest in the film was sparked by this sequence.
Music is usually a crucial part of a film, and Anirudh Ravichandran has provided a wonderful background score. The film’s cinematographer, Manoj Paramahamsa, has done an outstanding job, and composer Anirudh Ravichandran has provided an excellent background score.
If you like Vijay Thalapathy, you’ll want to see Beast.
Movie Rating: 2.5/ 5