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U Turn Movie Review

U Turn Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 13th September 2018

Cast: Samantha Akkineni, Adhi Pinishetty, Bhumika, Rahul Ravindran, Ravi Prakash and others


A young reporter Rachana (Samantha) becomes the prime suspect in a case related to a series of deaths. She informs the young police officer that shes working on the news story and she has nothing to do with the deaths happening at RK Puram flyover.

Initially, police dont believe her story but later the young police officer (Aadhi Pinishetty) buys her version after watching a death that happens in front of his eyes.

How Rachana with the help of this police officer clears the puzzle behind the deaths forms the main story.


U Turn is remake of a Kannada movie of the same name and the original director Pawan Kumar has made it in Telugu as well. This is essentially a mystery thriller with supernatural elements.

As long as the film focuses on mystery part (the deaths and Samanthas link to it) it is engaging, but it turns too predictable once the supernatural element is introduced.

Director Pawan Kumar has chosen a story that has an undercurrent social message  people lacking basic traffic sense. This message is coated with mystery elements by focusing on minute details, building suspense, creating the mood.

The director has taken so much care to tell it in a realistic way though he forgets some basic points like how the police officers have no right to keep a woman for a night in the police station.

A senior ranking officers constant growl against the young officer for probing further doesnt make sense at all.

Despite these problems and slow pace, the movie is engaging enough till the interval without a doubt.

The films entire strength lies in the initial portions which give us the feel that we are watching a superb riveting thriller.

There are some stunning moments too and the director keeps the audience guessing with twists. However, the novelty and the interesting factor wears off as the movie progresses.

There isnt enough meat in the penultimate sequences to keep us engaged. When the twist is revealed, we get the feeling that it is a forcible trick. These sequences should have been dealt in a better way.

Logic also goes missing in the climax part.

All in all, U Turn is a suspense thriller that offers some thrilling moments and banks heavily on performances and initial portions.

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