Arjun Suravaram Telugu Movie Review Rating: Nikhil Siddharth and Lavanya Tripathi in the lead roles Arjun Suravaram Movie Review and Ratings received positive talk from the audience around the world. Arjun Suravaram is a crime thriller drama that has a good dose of action and suspense. Director TN Santhosh has written the script and dialogues for the movie, which has been produced by Rajkumar Akella and Kaviya Venugopal. The Arjun Suravaram has received a U/A certificate from the censor board and its runtime is 2.29 hours. (Arjun Suravaram Trailer)
Arjun Suravaram Movie Story:
The Arjun Suravaram story is about an investigative journalist, who is wrongly convicted for swindling banks with fake certificates. He learns that a crime syndicate is behind the scam. He decides to take down the dangerous counterfeiting racket behind the crime. How he proves his innocence forms the crux of the story.
Arjun Suravaram Cast Performances:
Actor Nikhil Siddhartha delivered an electrifying performance, which is the highlight of Arjun Suravaram. Actress Lavanya Tripathi has done a good job and her chemistry with Nikhil Siddhartha is good. Vennela Kishore, Tarun Arora, Posani Krishna Murali, Nagineedu, and Vidyullekha Raman have done justice to their roles, says the audience.
Arjun Suravaram Movie Review:
Arjun Suravaram is an official remake of the Tamil film, Kanithan, Director T. N. Santhosh almost made a copy-paste with a few minor changes in Telugu too. His idea of exposing the fake certificates mafia is good and executed the serious point with decent twists and turns. As the film mostly runs like a cat-and-mouse game between the hero and villain, the scenes related to it have come out well. Tarun Arora, who portrayed the main antagonist role in the film is decent on the screen and performed nicely. (Arjun Suravaram Pre Release Event)
Arjun Suravaram Movie Verdict:
Arjun Suravaram is a serious crime drama that exposes the facts behind the signature and fake certificate mafia. Arjun Suravaram Telugu Movie has engaged the first half with its different backdrop, and gets into a repetitive mode in the Second Half. All the scenes between the hero and villain keep the proceedings engaging, but the lack of commercial elements and the non-commercial format may not go well with all sections of the audience.