Review : Climax – Just For The Climax | 123telugu.com
After a long time, the senior hero Rajendra Prasad has played a leading role in this thriller. his crazy outfit, with long gray hair and beard, tattoos on his body and his character called vijay modi, aroused the interest of the public. Let’s see how the movie is.
vijay modi (rajendra prasad) is a filthy rich celebrity who lives life on his own terms. His three main goals in life are to become popular, a movie star, and a politician by hook or by crook. In the process, he becomes a benami to the minister of state and also amasses many influential friends and even enemies.
On one fateful night, Vijay Modi is brutally murdered in his star hotel suite by a mysterious person. the police begin the investigation of the murder and the 200 million rupees missing from his suite. was he killed for the 500 crore insurance policy? Or was he killed for the 2,500 crore bank loan that he defaulted on? and how does the climax of the title relate to the movie? you’ll have to watch the movie to discover the suspense for yourself.
Rajendra Prasad as the eccentric and flamboyant Casanova Vijay Modi will draw the audience in with his zany attire and unfiltered dialogue. he is in her element in an unusual role. Newcomer Sasha Singh as the young woman who seduces Vijay Modi is confident on screen. she too glamorizes a pool song. the rest of the actors are mostly newbies and they did a good job.
The climactic twist not only justifies the title, but also leaves viewers in awe. most of the film was shot inside a star hotel, so the images look rich. Rajendra Prasad’s Vijay Modi character is killed off in the first 20 minutes of the film, setting the stage for an engaging thriller.
climax mainly suffers from its weak script. Although the unusual main character arouses curiosity in every possible way, the lackluster investigative scenes that follow his brutal murder reduce the audience’s attention. the way such a serious investigation is carried out within a comedic framework dilutes the intensity of the process. Plus, the unimaginative investigative scenes don’t feel like you’re watching a tense thriller.
As mentioned above, bhavani shanker’s script meanders for the most part and eventually disappoints big time. The film fails to capitalize on the perfect setting created after Vijay Modi’s assassination. Rawi Cumar Neerla’s cinematography is eye-catching and in sync with the mood of the scenes. uses a strong red light to highlight vijay modi’s inner eccentricity.
rajesh’s background score is decent and helps the narrative. however, the songs he composed do not leave a lasting impression. however, it is good to see a disco song well composed and filmed in Telugu film after a long time. editor basva pydireddy’s scissors should have been sharper, especially during the investigation scenes in the second half. production values are decent for this mid-budget thriller.
Excluding the climactic clever twist and the lead actor’s quirky characterization, the climactic film has very few positives going for it. well-written and well-handled investigation scenes would have greatly saved the movie. If you are a fan of Rajendra Prasad then you can enjoy the role of him Vijay Modi which is inspired by the notorious fugitives Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi. and others may view the climax with little expectation.
123telugu.com rating: 2.5/5
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