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Movie Genres: Action, Drama
Movie Language Is: Telugu
Movie Quality Is: DVDScr
Director Is: Suseenthiran
Movie Cast Is: Appukutty, Sundeep Kishan, Mehreen Pirzada
C/O Suriya is a bilingual movie made simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil and it is a romantic action entertainer directed by Suseenthiran and produced by Chakri Chigurupati while D Imman scored music for this movie
Sundeep Kishan and Mehreen Pirzada are played the main lead roles in this movie.
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Surya (Sundeep Kishen) is a Vizag-based young man who stays with his mother (Tulasi) and sister Anu (Sathiga), a student of medicine. He is part of a catering business with his best friend Mahesh (Vikrant). Mahesh is a good-natured chap but he is short-tempered and is frequently getting into brawls because of this. He is in love with Anu but Surya’s mother does not approve of him. On the other hand is a gang of ruthless criminals led by Sambasivudu (Harish Uthaman). The gang is now after Mahesh and Surya too goes against Mahesh which leads to the latter ending up in jail. Why did Surya go against his best friend and why is the gang after Mahesh, forms the crux of the story.
Sundeep Kishen has teamed up with Tamil director Suseenthiran for the first time and the film did create quite some curiosity as to how the combination would shape up on screen. The first half of the film focuses on establishing the various characters in Surya’s world. Mehreen plays Janani, the love interest of Surya and although she looks beautiful on screen, in typical Tollywood style, she is there in the film because it needs a heroine. Tulasi as Surya’s angry mother is way too loud for comfort. Vikrant gets quite a meaty role and he is alright. Sathya also gets a substantial role and he does provide comic relief occasionally. Harish Uthaman as Sambasivudu has got good screen presence.
The first half is supposedly meant to lay a strong base for the second half of the film but the lack of depth in the script proves to be its main undoing. There is nothing wrong with the execution, the director does a good job. But after a certain point, in trying to make the plot unique and interesting, the director makes it convoluted and ultimately, when the actual reason behind the whole drama is revealed, it does seem a bit too frivolous. There is nothing remarkable about the songs but the background music is good. Unfortunately, it tries to set a tempo which is not matched by the proceedings on screen.