143 Hyderabad Review

CineForest Rating :2.5/5
Starring : Jegan, Anand Chakravarthy K, Dhansika
Director : Anand Chakravarthy K
Producer : Srinivas Damera, Lakshman
Music Director : Selvaganesh

This film is inspired by a Hollywood film Psycho Killer. There are five friends who planned to go Goa for a holiday trip. While they are going to goa one of the friends priya suggests to visit one ancient temple to start their trip and it will help her in archeological studies. So the move towards the temple. On their way to the temple unexpected things occurs and all people will go into a big trouble. All are trying to escape from this incident but one after other starts getting killed by a stranger he is a psycho killer... so who is the killer ? why he is killing all these people ? does any one escaped from this killer is the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

All are performed well, but Anand Chakravarthy and Dhansika are steeled the show, especially Dhansika. Dhansika carried emotions very well.
In Second half some of the thrill scenes are fantastic, and they are shot very well.
The way director handled this film it is worth a mention, The director captured the thrill scenes and emotional scenes very well.
Music by Selvaganesh is good at some times. Cinematography is a plus point to  this film which helped very much to elevate thrilling scenes.

Minus Points:

First half is boring, there are so many double meaning dialogues.
Placement of the songs are not good. The songs keeps break to the story.
The suspense was not well maintained in the climax. Some scenes were end abruptly.
Final Cut:

143Hyderabad is a good movie in bits. If you want watch the full movie you have to bear the first half and songs. I could say without songs and with fast screenplay this movie get far better. so if you have patients and want to watch some thrilling scenes watch the movie. Other wise wait for DVD.

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