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Krack Movie Review

Krack Movie Review

Release Date: Monday 11th January 2021

Cast: Ravi Teja, Shruti Haasan, Samuthirakani, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, Sudhakar Komakula, Vamsee Chaganti, and others


Shankar (Ravi Teja) is an upright police officer. He leads a happy life with his wife Kalyani (Shruti Haasan) and a kid. Shankar gets irritated when someone boasts about their background and beats them to a pulp.

When one of his colleagues gets brutally murdered in Ongole, Shankars investigation leads to the local gang leader Kathari Krishna (Samuthirakani) and his lover Jayamma (Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar).

The main story is the faceoff between Kathari Krishna and Shankar. 


Director Gopichand Malineni, who is known for mass oriented entertainers, has written a story that is quite predictable. However, he has given more importance to the narration.

The basic storyline revolves around a police officer trying to pin down a local leader, which was seen in umpteen number of films. But to repackage it in a glossy manner, the director has told the story with three elements a mango, a rupee note, and a metal nail.

Each of these elements has changed the lives of three villains when they meet the protagonist. How This builds interest.

Thus the story unfolds with a terrorist narrating his story and how he had been put in jail by Shankar (Ravi Teja) with a petty mistake (Rs 50 note).

Later, another small rowdy lands in trouble, and he seeks the help of Kathari Krishna (Samuthirakani) when then narrates his fracas with the police officer and how a small nail brought his empire down. If not for this packaging, the story would have been a plain and formulaic fight between villain and hero. 

Gopichands screenplay and packaging have added some interest to this otherwise regular story with this element. While he has succeeded in piquing our interest with this, he doesnt come out with the banal sequences.

The middle portion makes us engaged in the proceedings with some stunningly shot fight sequences like the bus stand fight, and beach action sequences. But the film again slips into routine mode after a while. Plus, there are too many fights. 

Shruti Haasan and Ravi Tejas romantic thread is also lousy. 

Gopichand has aimed to entertain B and C center audiences, and his packaging is mostly revolved around action stunts, high pitched dialogues, and stylish taking, rather than logic and novelty.

The Ongole backdrop and the Kathari Krishna sequences might have added novelty, but the villain turns wimp within few minutes, thus diluting all the build up. The twist to Shrutis character also looks forced.

It is an outright masala entertainer, and the writer director Gopichand Malineni sticks to this template. Krack has a good dose of the Ravi Tejas swag, but with ample routineness. It is a regular masala movie. 

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