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NGK Movie Review

NGK Movie Review

Release Date: Friday 31st May 2019


Suriya, Sai Pallavi, Rakul Preet, Thalaivassal Vijay and others


Nanda Gopala Krishna aka NGK (Suriya), an idealistic well educated youngster doing organic farming, gets threats from local politician. He later joins as party man and starts working as assistant to this politician.

Vanitha (Rakul Preet Singh), a PR professional who gives suggestions to political parties, for some strange reason senses NGKs talent and starts using his support and soon Chief Minister of the state orders his men to finish NGK.


Fifteen minutes into the film, you start squirming in the seat. Another 10 minutes pass, you begin to feel something is not going right.

By end of the first act (45 minutes later), you just look at others to check their reactions and get satisfied that all are bored or checking their mobiles.

By interval bang, it is pretty evident that this movie is a big bore and even second half would not change your opinion. Indeed, the second half is even big mess.

Suriyas NGK, the much hyped political thriller, has wafer thin story and the plot is as silly as it can get.

In the second half, pointless scenes after scenes appear and many have walked out from the theatre before the climax portions begin to play.

Just as boring proceedings play on, one gets feeling that Vijay Deverakonda starrer political thriller NOTA which tanked at the box office is 100 times better than this mess named NGK.

In the beginning, Suriya is introduced as M Tech pichchidi (heros mother pronounces Ph.D as such) guy who is practicing organic farming. The local lenders feel threatened by his farming style and beat him. Then he joins a political party as karyakartha and does some comedy.

Suddenly, he meets political strategist played by Rakul Preet Singh, he gets projected as some big political activist.

First half of the movie focuses on he doing organic farming, being political karyakartha and meeting Rakul.

Post interval, the drama suddenly shifts its tone and we get to see Sai Pallavi suspecting Suriya having affair with Rakul. After this lengthy drama, the movie again shifts to political drama. What is happening man

Basic plot is flat, narration is uneven. Director Sri Raghava (Adavaru Matalaku Arthale Verule) has vague ideas to talk about recent political developments in Tamilnadu but he has failed to put them in proper way. Thus we get to see this hackneyed drama.

Most laughable sequences are Suriya changing dirty kakkus (toilet) into a clean one and singing and dancing to impress boss and Sai Pallavis sniffing act. Sai Pallavi can sniff her husbands shirt and can sense that he has either touched or come close to another woman.

Despite Suriyas honest performance, NGK is a bore and gives headache.

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