Top Gear (2022) Full Movie Review

Film: Top Gear

Cast: Aadi Sai Kumar, Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Satyam Rajesh, and others

Music Director: Harshavardhan Rameswar

Cinematography: Sai Sriram

Editor: Prawin Pudi

Producer: K.V.Sridhar Reddy

Director: Shashikanth

Release Date: Dec 30, 2022 

Top Gear Review

Athidhi Devotional Bhava, featuring Aadi Sai Kumar, was the main film of 2022, and he proceeded to star in three more this year. Top Stuff, his last film of 2022, opened in venues on the year’s last Friday.

In the initial scene of “Top Stuff,” we meet Arjun (Aadi Saikumar) and Aadya (Riya Suman), a love bird couple who have moved into a leased house in Samshabad. Arjun is a cab driver by day. Arjun has guaranteed her that he will return home right on time from work on her birthday so they can gather together to celebrate before he goes out for work.

A medication managing pair recruited his taxi. Siddharth, a famous wear who intends to migrate his tasks to Singapore, sent them to recover a pack of cocaine from a man named Subbarao. Then again, police are effectively searching for them to capture. After two street pharmacists have killed one another, Siddharth hijacks Arjun’s significant other and extorts him into conveying the sack to him.

Throughout the following 24 hours, Arjun does his absolute best to guard his better half and himself.

The storyline is basic. The legend, a taxi driver in Hyderabad, becomes caught with street pharmacists on the city’s streets. Following a short heartfelt intermission and a two part harmony (the “Vennela” tune), the film quickly changes to the fundamental activity and doesn’t drift off into melodic numbers or comedic intervals.

Sashikanth, the movie’s most memorable chief, attempts to snare us with the story’s characters and several startling turns, however the completion comes up short. Ensuing parts are not connecting enough. In a film where there is enough of a chance for alarm, none is made.

Aadi Saikumar carts away his job actually. In her job as a spouse, Riya Suman adjusts to the standard. Both Shatru (the cop) and Emulate Gopi (the bad guy) do fine positions. The cinematographer has figured out how to wonderfully catch the city roads of Hyderabad.

Primary concern: “Top Stuff” is a slight move forward from a considerable lot of Aadi Saikumar’s new movies. It endeavors to draw in somewhat. Be that as it may, the last option half delays.

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