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Friday, 11 August 2017

Nithin's LIE Movie Review



Starring : Nithiin, Megha Akash
Music Director : Mani Sharma
Cinematography : J. Yuvaraj
Producers : Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta, Anil Sunkara
Director : Hanu Raghavapudi
Budget : 50 Crores
Release date : August 11, 2017
Rating : 2/5

STORY:

This is a thin story line with many twists in it, Story revolves around the international criminal Padmanabham(Arjun) where Indian police will be in search to catch him with police operation using a small clue of his Suit that ordered in INDIA, Unexpectedly Nithin crosses the path with him and story turns upside down , How he was caught and destructed will form the rest of the story  

Positives:

  • Cinematography by  J. Yuvaraj
  • Action King Arjun's Role
  • BGM by Mani Sharma
  • Bombhaat Song
Negatives:
  • Hanu Raghavapudi direction itself a biggest let down
  • Nithin Ugly Look
  • Actress Megha Akash
  • Boring and Confused Screenplay
  • Logic less Scenes
  • Same old revenge formula story
  • Love track between the lead pair
Overall Analysis:

Overall LIE movie has nothing to serve new, The only things that made people to sit on seats were Cinematography and BGM. Director tried of making something new kind of a film, but it was completely misfired and ended up with a confused output. Nithin tried a new look with this film but when it comes to on screen the hair style looks like a bald head. Actress Megha Akash's role is so senseless and used only for the skin show. There is no much entertainment in the film. and there are few scenes were director combined socio fantasy with Thriller genre, Arjun's transformation into different getup's was completely senseless thing and very far from the reality

Dont get fooled with the ravishing and stylish trailer that released, There is nothing in the film. Literally you will fell in sleep. Skip this and wait till this uploaded into YouTube.



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Item Reviewed: Nithin's LIE Movie Review Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Cinema Keka
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