Cast: Jagapati Babu, Padmapriya Janakiraman and Tanya Hope
Director: Vasu Parimi
Producer: Rajini Korrapati
Music: DJ Vasanth
Jagapathi Babu might be playing powerful supporting roles in films now, but the spirit of playing main lead is still in him and he has come back once again with Patel SIR. This movie has hit the screens today and let’s see whether it can make him get back to play main lead roles or not.
Subhash Patel ( Jagapathi Babu) is a retired army officer and he is enjoying his retired life with his family. But a few circumstances change him completely and his life turns to be miserable. Then, he targets Kabhir Singh and his gang. He kills one after other. Why does he kill them what circumstances make him to target is the main theme that you have to watch on the big screen.
Jagapathi Babu’s attempt as the main lead once again with Patel S I R is perfect. He played a dual role and did justice. Padma Priya, Aamani, and Subhalekha Sudhakar did their job. Subbaraju and Tanya Hope’s roles are noticeable.
Patel S I R is revenge drama and the director takes us into the story without wasting time. The concept is perfectly written but screenplay is very poor and immature direction causes boring in many scenes. Director would have taken more time to craft the film to reach the perfection. Debutant director’s inexperience attempt is clearly seen. Posani’s role and Tanya’s investigation are not used for any purpose. Unnecessary scenes will come into the story which plays the spoilsport. The climax is good but it does need a lot of chopping and trimming to make it engaging audiences. Jagapathi Babu has done his sincere job but it goes in vain.
Shyam K Naidu’s cinematography is superb as every shot is impressive to watch on the screen. DJ Vasanth’s music is okay and production values by Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram are adequate. Vasu Parimi’s direction is fine and editing is neat but there are many unnecessary scenes which are to be chopped easily.
Patel S I R is an average revenge drama