‘Pantham’ short & sweet review

With no hits in recent times, action hero Gopichand has been struggling with his career. His last three movies – Soukhyam, Oxygen and Goutham Nanda, bombed at the box office. In this context, Gopichand under the direction of new director Chakravarthy acted in ‘Pantham’. There are expectations that this film will give a hit to Gopi. ‘Pantham’ has released as 25th film in Gopi’s career. The film produced by K K Radhamohan and being released today has completed its premier. What are the reactions to the premier, here is a short and sweet review by Telugupost.com

Gopichand has acted as Vikrant. The hero with his gang commits thefts at the houses of top political leaders. He commits big theft at the house of minister Nayak (Sampath). During the investigations into the theft at the minister’s house, police picks up some members of Vikrant gang. When the minister learns that Vikrant is leading the gang and when he collects details about him, he gets shocked. Why Vikrant is targeting the political leaders? What is the story behind this? This is what ‘Pantam’ story is all about.

After a long time, Gopichand has got a good movie in the form of ‘Pantham’ Director Chakravathy has succeeded in telling a story with good social message. Despite some unnecessary scenes, the film thrives on comedy, action, social message and political angle. Gopichand has impressed in a role with variation. Action scenes, dialogue delivery and Gopichand’s acting are the film’s highlights. Heroine Mehreen’s role is just okay. Producer Radhamohan has lavishly shot this movie.

The scenes between hero and heroine are not very impressive. Songs and the stretched second half are the minus points of this film. Comedy, first half, court scenes, action, cinematography, production values and direction are all positives. Overall, ‘Pantham’ is commercial movie made in regular format with good social message. Keep watching Telugupost.com for complete review of ‘Pantham’.

Subhash Vuyyuru
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Subhash Vuyyuru entered into journalism at the young age of 21 as a staff reporter in one of the leading news daily in Andhrapradesh. He has been working in various capacities such as state bureau reporter and sub editor since then. Subhash always says that he will show the same level of interest and passion towards his profession till the end of his career. He also says that his love towards journalism is no less than his love towards his parents and family. He has crystal clear understanding towards contemporary state and national level politics which is very evident through his fearless and sensational articles. He thinks that journalism clubbed with honesty and integrity can really influence the society and helps to bring positive changes in the society.

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