Movie Review: C/o Surya

RATING: 2.75/5

OVERVIEW: Surya (Sundeep Kishan) and Mahesh are best friends. They do catering business. Mahesh falls in love with Surya’s sister (Anu). When Mahesh wanted to confess this to Surya, Anu stops him. On the other side, Saamba Sivudu who does settlements accepts a deal to kill Mahesh. But the twist in the tale arises when Surya comes to know that Saamba Sivudu wants to kill his sister Anu. Why does Samba Sivudu want to kill Anu? What did Surya do? forms the rest of the story.

REVIEW: The film stars Sundeep Kishan playing the role called Surya. Sundeep Kishan is at his usual best as he has played a role like Surya in the past but the best part of this is that he has shown improvement and revealed the emotional side too. The film’s leading lady Mehreen Kaur is also nice. She performed well and continued her success streak. Harish Uthaman has got a key role in the film and his performance is also at the usual best. Thagubothu Ramesh, Satya and Praveen are good in their roles and entertained the audiences. All the other actors did their job well.

The film has got a good technical team. The cinematography of the film is impressive. The way the director and DOP are in sync is good and they have generated a quality product. The editing by Kasi Viswanathan is nice and sharp. Laxman Kumar is the DOP. The music is scored by Imman. The audio album is okay and the background score is excellent. The music director has given his best for the film. The production values of the film are grand. Technically, the film is looking good and the bilingual aspect is also nice.

The film has decent production and technical values with adequate cinematography by Laxman Kumar. Imman has given two melodious songs but the placement of the songs are not right. Action sequences are realistic. Director Suseenthiran has come up with a decent action thriller.

Final verdict of the film is Surya is a solid crime thriller with interesting-enough twists.The way the director narrated it has been interesting to the core. The family elements were also included well in the film. The film largely appeals to youth.

                                                                                     —panchajanya