After a long hiatus, Sundeep Kishan is back with a run of comedic suspense. Also starring Anisha Ambrose, this Anil Kanneganti-directed film hits screens today. let’s see how it is.
sanju (sundep kishan) is a software engineer who loses his job during the recession. With the responsibility of marrying off his sister, Sanju takes a loan from a feared thug named Vaddi Raja (Bobby Simha).
As time passes, sanju can’t repay the loan and this makes vaddi raja very angry. He confronts Sanju and threatens to pay him back that night.
This is also the moment when Sanju’s love interest, Ammu (Anisha Ambrose), leaves her home forever and joins Sanju. The rest of the story is about how Sanju handles all his problems and gets out of the evil clutches of Vaddi Raja.
The various twists and turns of the film are unique. the way each character is linked to the main plot has been well designed. Once again, Sundeep Kishan does a sincere job. the way he has played his role of a frustrated guy shows his enhanced acting skills. sundeep now feels comfortable in front of the camera and adapts very well to her role.
anisha ambrose looks beautiful but she doesn’t have much to do in the movie. Comedy wise, Brahmaji once again impresses as Padmavati. The talented actor is now getting interesting roles and he is doing them justice with his funny facial expressions and timing.
bobby simha makes an impressive debut as the bad guy, but his character hasn’t been handled well during the second half. the first half of the movie is pretty sharp, with ample twists and comedy. Posani plays the part of him during the ending and brings some comedy.
After a racy first half, the film’s pace slows slightly as some unwanted scenes and a song featuring Mahat Raghavendra take center stage. Too many characters join in the fun as the climax rushes ahead of us.
anisha ambrose doesn’t have much to do during the second half and the hero’s approach to her lacks clarity and conviction. the way the main villain character ends up and too much going on during the climax makes things a bit bland.
sai karthik is becoming a master at composing background scores. even for running, his impressive score elevates the film in a big way. the dialogues are good and the art direction too. the production values are top notch and the effective camera work makes the movie look realistic and sharp.
referring to the director anil kanneganti, he has done a good job with the new version. Although he was unable to get the gist of the original, he was partially successful in establishing it in the Telugu nativity. If he had managed to narrate the second part better, the ending would have been even better.
one of the biggest advantages of executing is the crisp execution time. a simple story intertwined with different characters and how they unravel during the ending is what run is all about. Barring the ineffective storytelling during the second half and the fast-paced climax, run has enough twists and subtle comedy to make up for a decent viewing this week.
123telugu.com rating: 3/5 reviewed by 123telugu team
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