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RED Film Assessment: it’s a ‘purple’ sign

Film: RED
Score: 2.5 / 5

Banner: Sri Sravanthi Motion pictures
Solid: Ram Pothineni, Nivetha Pethuraj, Malvika Sharma, Amritha Aiyer and others
Music: Mani sharma
Cinematography: Sameer Reddy
Editor: Junaid Siddique
Motion: Peter Hein
Artwork: AS Prakash
Producers: Sravanthi Ravikishore
Situation and path: Kishore Tirumala
Publication date: January 14, 2020

“ISmart Shankar” catapulted Ram Pothineni to the following stage because the movie introduced him nearer to most people. “Pink”, an official remake of a Tamil hit, is his try and recapture most people.

Will his gamble repay with this film? Testing?


In an elegant place in Vizag, a person named Akash is murdered. Throughout their investigation, police discover a picture displaying an individual hiding in Akash’s constructing on the evening of the homicide. That particular person seems to be Siddharth (Ram), a civil engineer and MD of a building firm. His girlfriend Mahima (Malvika Sharma) went on a visit and he’s arrested on this case.

Police officer Yamini (Nivetha Pethuraj) takes up the investigation. The twist comes when his likeness Aditya (Ram Pothineni), a gambler and prison, is arrested in a drunken suitcase. Now the police have two suspects: Aditya and Siddharth.

Who killed Akasha and why? What’s the connection between these two parables?

Performances by artists:

Ram Pothineni has worn the identical look as ‘iSmart Shankar’ for the position of a prison named Aditya. Within the position of Siddharth, he appears candy and charming. Aries performs the twin position with confidence.

Malavika Sharma performs the everyday position of a girlfriend. Newcomer Amritha Aiyer grows small however has a superb character. Her position is one of the best of the three heroines.

As a police officer, Nivetha Pethuraj does nothing however normally stand in a single place and do the investigation. Her efficiency is stereotypical.

For a change, Pavitra Lokesh seems in a unfavourable hue. Satya doesn’t have a lot to do. Sonia Aggarwal because the mom is okay.

Technical excellence:

The movie has vital technical values. Mani Sharma’s music is a large disappointment. Sameer Reddy’s cinematography is sweet. Kishore Tirumala makes his mark on dialogue writing.

Pre-interval sequences

Draw back:
Pointless songs for a thriller
Foolish analysis course of
Wafer-thin plot stretched


“Pink” is an official remake of the Tamil film “Thadam”. The movie is a few homicide case and two equivalent twins performed by Arun Vijay.

The core thought was taken with out messing for the Telugu model, however director Kishore Tirumala has additional stretched the plot, decreasing its influence. A homicide thriller solely works successfully whether it is advised in a poignant and sharp manner.

Recognized for guiding tender romantic dramas like “Nenu Shailaja” and “Chitralahari”, Kishore Tirumala has tried to inform the homicide thriller in his signature fashion by including romantic songs laced with intelligent dialogue.

Maybe to fulfill the expectations of Ram’s followers, there may be pointless over-the-top ‘mass orientation’ to Aditya’s character. The physique language and dialogue replica of ‘iSmart Shankar’ turns into repetitive.

The thriller misplaced its energy because the second half went on. As well as, the analysis course of appears silly and unrealistic. Regardless of Ram’s honest effort, “Pink” doesn’t take part.

All in all, “Pink” is one other instance of a failed remake.

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