Captain Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Captain Movie Review: The Telugu audience is highly aware of Arya thanks to his performances in Telugu movies and success with self-starring films with Telugu dubbing. Listeners liked the Sarpatta Parambarai Telugu dub of his most recent OTT movie. His latest Tamil movie, “Captain,” has just been released in Telugu. The Telugu release of the movie was handled by the star Nithin’s native label, Sreshth Movies. We’ll get into a detailed evaluation to determine whether this movie is worthwhile to see in a theatre.


Captain Movie Review


For the past 50 years, neither citizens nor troops have been permitted to enter Sector 42, a forested region in northeastern India. In order to learn more about the situation, the Indian government dispatches a team commanded by Captain Vijay Kumar. The remainder of the film centers on what transpires after Vijay Kumar and his associates learn that an alien from another planet has taken over the region.

Cast & Crew

The movie Captain, which stars Arya, Simran, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Taufique Sheesha, Harish Uthaman, and Kavya Shetty, also has outstanding supporting roles. The movie, which was produced by Arya and distributed in Telugu by Shreshth Movies, was written and directed by Shakti Soundar Rajan. S Yuva shot and edited the movie, and D Imman wrote the soundtrack.

Movie Name Captain
Director Shakti Soundar Rajan
Music Director D Imman
Producer Arya
Genre Science-Fiction, Action
Cast Arya, Simran, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Taufique Sheesha, Harish Uthaman, Kavya Shetty
Cinematography S Yuva

Movie Verdict

Hollywood’s Alien films are certainly no secret to anyone, and the youth of the 1990s loved Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Predator.” If you enjoyed Predator, you’ll likely enjoy The Captain because it is similar to that film in many respects. However, drawing in the public’s interest through the utilization of cutting-edge subject matter does not ensure commercial success at the box office. Due to its tedious premise, the picture falls short of producing the same amount of excitement as other alien movies and instead makes us feel bored.

Arya did a good job portraying Captain Vijay Kumar, and his performance was faultless. To enable this performer to deliver more captivating performance, the character design should have been enhanced. Aishwarya Lekshmi performs admirably in the part she was given. Simran had little on-screen time, yet she left a lasting impression. With the tasks they were given, everyone else in the movie performed a good job.

On paper, “Captain” appears to be a good movie. The music, composed by D Imman, perfectly captures the mood and tone of the film. There are a few outstanding sequences among Yuva’s poorer-than-average strokes. The battle scenes in the movie are beautifully shot and produced.

The director, Shakti Soundar Rajan, is renowned for inventing genres that aren’t frequently seen in Indian movies. The problem is that he wants to make experimental films but only has a limited budget. The film may lose some viewers owing to the glaring concessions it makes because the styles it uses have hefty production costs. Although the technical team put forth a lot of effort, budget restrictions make the VFX in this movie more cartoonish than realistic.

The captain is a first for the Telugu and Tamil film industries in general. It is advised that you see this movie only if you’re open to giving it another chance.

Plus Points:



Minus Points:

Minimum Budget

Uninteresting scenes


Rating: 2.75/5

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