Guru Movie Review – 3.5/5
Cast: Venkatesh, Ritika Singh
Director: Sudha Kongara Prasad
Producer: S. Shashikanth
Music: Santhosh Narayanan
Venkatesh is known for remaking hit films from neighboring states. Now, once again, he is coming up with sports drama which was a blockbuster hit in Hindi. This movie has been titled in Telugu as Guru directed by Sudha Kongara. Today, the film has hit the theaters and let’s find out the content and performance of the actors.
Aditya is a straightforward boxing coach who always lands in trouble from sports federation. After a serious fight with one of the associates, he is transferred to Vizag to train women boxers.
Since he finds no option, he moves to Vizag and finds a local slum girl. He picks her up and starts training. The real fights start when Ramudu going against Aditya and his target. Rest of the story is how Aditya trains her and make her be Indian best boxer.
Guru is a benchmark in Venkatesh’s career as he did give his best as a boxing coach. He is a class apart and won the laurels for his outstanding performance on the big screen. Definitely, Guru is a career boast for him. Ritika Singh is superb and her emotional touch with Venky grabs the attention of audiences.
Ritika’s striking performance should be appreciated as she reaches expectations of audiences. Nasser and Zakir Hussain did their parts in supporting roles.
Guru is completely emotional movie and finds no entertainment. People who are seeking entertainment should ignore the film whereas who are looking for good content and emotional drama can enjoy the film thoroughly. It is good genre during this summer for kids to have fun. As audience keep watching films which have masala songs and fights can have a different experience with Guru. It is clean emotional sports drama.
Guru is technically sound as the director utilized technology up to the mark. Sudha Kongara has presented well on the big screen and enjoyable action drama. Camera work is commendable and shot scenes with time and care. He has shown the film in a stunning way. Music is ultimate and carries the mood till the end card. Dialogues are realistic and prick the heart at emotional scenes.
Director Sudha did a brilliant job and narration is decent. The screenplay is gripping and finishes the movie without unnecessary scenes. Her focus is to shoot the movie with complete emotional manner. Production values are adequate.
Guru is decent sports drama during this summer