Charan Reddy’s Mr.7 (2012) Movie Review


Cast: Jr SVR, Neelam Upadhyay, Satyadev, Srinivasa Reddy, Sravan, Prithvi, MS Narayana, AVS, Rachana Maurya (item song)
Music: Munna Kasi
Cinematographer: Prabhakar Reddy
Story, screenplay, direction: Charan Reddy
Censor: U/A
Runtime: 123 Minutes

Story: Lakshman (jr. SVR) a orphan, and lives on a motto “7 kodalavadde Dikku, 7 number ye Luckku”. He steal the cars with number 7, Loves the girl who stays in street no.7. On the other side, Nayak (Satya)  a gangster plans to heist in a International bank. Mean while, Lakshman lies to Nakshatra’s (Neelam) father that he owns a restaurant. In order to make that lie true, Lakshman plans to steal a Mercedes Benz car – sell it – Settle in life with Nakshatra. Why did Nayak follow Lakshman? Will Lakshman sell the benz car? forms the rest of the story.

Performances: Jr. SVR (grandson of SVR) is adequate. He needs work hard on his dialogue delivery, Dance moments and physic.  Neelam Upadhyay is very pretty in this film. She not only acted well but also danced well. Satya is fine as gangster Nayak. Sravan is effective in his character. Srinivas Reddy provided required entertainment. Rachana Mourya’s Item song is luring. AVS, MS Narayana, Pruthvi were supportive.

Technical Aspects:  The direction is damp, screenplay is sluggish and the narration is very regular. You can find same kind of stories in many Telugu flicks. He even inspired from Bollywood Teesmaar Khan scene (Click Here) and Hollywood The Dark Knight (Click Here). Dialogues are just average. Rhythmic one-liners were good.  Music by Munni Kasi is good. “Love lo Miracle” is the best picturized track.Cinematography by Prabhakar Reddy (Erojulo Fame) is neat. Fights are adequate. Production values are okay.

Survi Verdict: First half of the film is boring. Second half is dragged and Climax of the film is unconvincing. The plus point is the Cinematography, Music. The negative points are poor execution and deadening direction. A skillful direction would have made this movie a better product. On a whole, Mr.7 disappoints…

Survi Review: 1.5/5

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