Patel SIR Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast and Crew
Cast:Jagapati Babu, Padma Priya, Tanya Hope
Banner:Varahi Chalana Chitram
Release Dt :Jul, 14 2017
Patel SIR is the story of Subash Patel (Jagapathi Babu) who is a retired army officer. He leads a pleasant life with his family and unexpected incident shatters Patel’s life. It is then he decides to target DR (Kabir Singh) and his gang. The rest of Patel SIR is all about the situations that make Subash a serial killer. How he manages to take revenge on DR forms the rest of the story. Watch Patel SIR to know the answers for many questions.
Patel SIR has no interesting plot and the narration throughout the first half looks horrible. The audience will be shattered with the poor narration and thanks to the screenplay, as the movie looks completely outdated. Except the characterization of Jagapathi babu, Patel SIR has nothing interesting happening throughout the first half of the movie. The interval episodes have been shot well but they make no difference on the result.
After a flat first half, the second half has some interesting moments. Some of the emotional episodes have been showcased well. The episode with Patel SIR’s wife Padma Priya have been interesting. However the film dips down towards the other side during the pre-climax episodes. The climax of Patel SIR has been decent and on the whole the second half of Patel SIR has been slightly better than the first half.
Jagapathi Babu has been exceptional in the assigned role and is the major highlight of Patel SIR. He carried the entire film on his shoulders and his performance along with his looks will be remembered. The little girl who played Patel SIR’s daughter has been expressive. Padma Priya has been decent in the assigned role. Posani and Prudhvi carried the entertainment well. Kabir Singh has been exceptional as the lead antagonist. All the other actors have been decent.
The story of Patel SIR has nothing new to reveal. It has been old fashioned. The narration too makes no impact and the audience will be irritated because of the poor screenplay. The music and the background score makes no impact on the film and the cinematography has been decent at parts. The production values have been ok and the debutant director fails in all the available ways in turning out Patel SIR into an impressive mass entertainer.
Patel SIR will not mark the comeback of Patel SIR as the lead actor as the film falls flat in all the available ways. Give it a skip.