Sardar Movie Telugu Review: ‘Sardar’ Is A Spy Movie That Makes You Think About Water: Sardar was released today. Both are spy movies. Sardaar is a movie made with the concept of Once a Spy…Always a Spy. How’s it going? What is the mission completed by Agent Sardar?
There is a similar discussion on the net. Is there any similarity between Karthi’s film Sardaar and Shah Rukh Khan’s film Jawaan? Or? that Jawaan movie is now in making. Sardar was released today. Both are spy movies. Sardaar is a movie made with the concept of Once a Spy. Always a Spy. How’s it going? What is the mission completed by Agent Sardar?
Company: Prince Pictures
Telugu Release: Annapurna Studios
Actors: Karthi, Raashi Khanna, Laila, Rajisha, and others
Written – Directed by: PS Mitran
Music: GV Prakash Kumar
Camera: George C Williams
Art: K. Kadir
Words: Mouli arrives
Producer: S. Laxman Kumar
Vijay Prakash (Karthi) is a police officer. His father Bose is labeled a traitor. Unable to bear the blame, the whole family commits suicide. An orphan Vijay is taken in by a police officer and brought up. Vijay studies and becomes a policeman. He relies on publicity to get out of the scar left by his father. The girl he likes is Shalini Advocate. A social activist helps Sameera (Laila). Sameera has a son named Timmy (Ritvik). He contracted a rare disease by drinking water from a plastic bottle. Sameera fights against the One India One Pipeline project to ensure that no one suffers from similar diseases to her son. One India One Pipeline project belongs to Rathore (Chunkipande). He wins a case against China by submitting to the International Court of Justice a pipeline scheme linking all the country’s rivers. Sardar has something to do with this whole mission. Why did Bose become Sardar? How did he become a traitor? What happened to him all these years, guilty in his son’s eyes? Who sent him the code red? What is the link between the Andhra University riots and Sardar’s escape? You have to watch the movie to get answers to these kinds of questions.
Karthi acted in a dual role. Police Inspector Vijay Prakash and Bose Alias Sardar’s characters have been given justice. Care has been taken in every aspect from the get-ups. There are expectations in Kollywood for director Mithran’s films. The director has once again maintained his faith in himself with this film. Instead of making it look like a spy movie, they have woven a beautiful story about water that will make people think. They tried to talk about the problems caused by the use of plastic and the dangers of commercializing drinking water at the national level. Rakendu’s dialogues in Telugu are good. Timmy’s words when he sits with Vijay after his mother’s death will move anyone. All the actors have adapted to their respective roles. Camera work and artwork is also good. The background music seems to be a highlight at some points. The songs are so-so. The fights are huge.
Raashi Khanna as a lawyer, Laila as a social activist, and Rajisha Vijayan as Bose’s wife are pleasing. The film also sensitively discussed the respect given to those who work in the military and the respect that agents do not get. Mithran brazenly said that Sardar also has a sequel in this era of sequels.