Cast: Dhanush, Samyuktha
Director: Venky Atluri
Review of Sir movie:
An inspirational tale of Sir movie, a regular guy rising to become society’s saviour has always been a mainstay of film. Sir by Venky Atluri appears to fit this mould and has a strong enough subject at its core.
Bala (Dhanush), an associate teacher caught up in the chaos of the privatization of education in the 1990s, is the subject of the film Sir. Without any help from his parents or the government, Bala is able to improve the lives of underprivileged students and save his neighbourhood.
In Sir movie highlight is Dhanush’s natural portrayal as Bala. He depicts his persona in a genuine and relatable way. Samyuktha gives a revitalising performance as Dhanush’s rival and the biology instructor. Both Ken Karunas and the actors portraying the other pupils do an excellent job.
Direction and technical aspects:
Director Venky Atluri accomplishes most objectives and delivers a picture that is empowering for the business. Technically sound, with excellent buildups and payoffs, the movie. Due to its larger-than-life scenes, it falls short of being a remarkable movie.
Sir movie that doesn’t put up with nonsense and delivers a potent message of tenacity and societal reform. Despite its faults, it succeeds in keeping viewers’ hearts racing and providing a positive cinematic experience. Sir movie that emphasize the value of education and the influence one person can have in helping the less fortunate. The film illustrates the challenges and successes of a social reformer while also conveying a strong message. Sir is a must-watch if you’re searching for a motivational story of perseverance.
|Directed by||Venky Atluri|
|Written by||Venky Atluri|
|Produced by||Suryadevara Naga VamsiSai Soujanya|
|Edited by||Naveen Nooli|
|Music by||G. V. Prakash Kumar|
|Sithara Entertainments Fortune Four CinemasSrikara Studios|
|Distributed by||Seven Screen Studio (Tamil Nadu)
Sony Pictures (North India)
Skanda Cinemas & Einstin Media Pvt Ltd (Kerala)
PVP Cinema (Andhra Pradesh)
|Release date||17 February 2023|
|Running time||140 minutes|