Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja is currently facing a dip in form. All his recent flicks have tasted flops at the box office. Ravi Teja has pinned all his hopes on Krack and there was a huge buzz around the flick. However, Krack has faced some difficulties in the release and finally, it got released yesterday evening. Now, let us have a look at how the movie panned out.
Plot: Pothuraju Veera Shankar (Ravi Teja) is a typical cop who doesn’t mince against the rebels. He lives a happy life with his wife (Shruti Haasan) and child. However, as a part of his duty, Ravi Teja had to rub salt against three villains. One of them is Katari (Samuthirakani) who decides to end the life of Veera Shankar.
What are the challenges this typical cop face is the rest of the story?
Performances: Ravi Teja has given yet another commanding performance in the movie. Ravi Teja is massy in the film. His body language, dialogue delivery, everything is on the spot and will be a treat for the fans. Shruti Haasan hasn’t got much to do in the movie but she has done a neat job.
Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar is impressive in the negative role. Samuthirakani is menacing as the villain and he gives a tough fight to Ravi Teja. The confrontation scenes between Ravi Teja and Samuthirakani are excellent and a treat to the fans. Others are in their element in the movie.
Technicalities: Director Gopichand Malineni has done a neat job when it comes to the direction. Though he has picked up a routine storyline, the way he executed things are pretty impressive. He has given a good mass treat to Ravi Teja fans. He is successful in projecting Ravi Teja should be commendable.
The fights in the film are super stylish. There are a couple of fights that will go well with the masses. The editor has done an okay job. However, few family scenes in the first half should have been trimmed. The cinematography is too good. Thaman has once again done a superb job when it comes to music. His background music needs special mention. The production values are ultra-rich and the money spent is visible in each frame.
Analysis: The much-awaited mass treat from Ravi Teja is here. Krack has been the real Sankranthi opener. Theaters are in much need of films like these. There are a couple of high points in this movie that should be enjoyed on a single screen. Don’t miss it but go with the necessary precautions.
Bottom Line: Get Krackified