Autonagar Surya Movie Review
Cast : Naga Chaitanya, Samantha
Director : Deva Katta
Producer : K Achi Reddy
Music : Anup Rubens
Surya (Naga Chaitanya) turns orphan with his mother and father being murdered by a goon Kotilingam in a train journey. Though originally he remains with his uncle Bharani (Sai Kumar), he later changes an committed ambitious auto mechanic. With his edgy mind-set, Surya finishes up in jail on killing a goon, going against program. When he comes returning, he understands that the autonagar place has been in the arms of Indra (Jayaprakash Reddy) and Gran Kotilingam who are illegally minting cash from the hard-earned people. How Surya goes against them and frees Autonagar people from mafia arms types the relax.
Samantha is beautiful and conducted well in her restricted positions. Scenes between Naga Chaitanya and her are fantastic.
Nandu is apt for the part and Madhu is amazing. Sai Kumar is excellent while Jaya Prakash Reddy and Ajay were reasonable. Bramhanandam and Venu madhav are lost in inadequate positions.
Technical Analysis :
Anup Rubens musical show ratings are just okay. Cinematography is common. Deva Katta composed dialogues are amazing though few of them are long. Movie script is grasping in the first 50 % while changes foreseeable in later time. Modifying is unreliable. Manufacturing principles are conventional.
Autonagar Surya being Devakatta directorial had quite excellent objectives and the trailer and the dialogues have brought up them more. Like his past movies, Autonagar Surya has also a revenge backdrop theme with intense plotline but the execution is clichéd with inconsistent screenplay. The film sure has its engaging moments with well-written pre-interval episodes, climax and the first hour is gripping.
The hero characterization and his rebellious attitude are impressive but the revenge aspect doesn’t look strong enough until climax scenes, while the second half is handled in a weakly. Audiences end up tired due to its run length, unnecessary songs and much violence. Autonagar Surya struggles with its slow pace throughout and the comedy or the songs fails to provide relief. Despite some very good dialogues and well-executed pre-interval episodes, it falls short of expectations due to its wafer thin story, weak comedy and the excessive run-length.