Thank You Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Thank You Telugu Movie Review: After the triumph of Love Story, Naga Chaitanya made the unsuccessful film Bangarraju, but he is back with the intriguing film Thank You, which is generating a lot of talk in Tollywood because one of the reseasons is Manam mana.

The film’s trailer, which was also the second time director Vikram K. Kumar and actor Naga Chaitanya worked together, greatly increased expectations. Finally, the movie opened in theatres today, July 22, 2022, and has been receiving positive reviews from viewers. Without further ado, let’s dive into the detailed review to determine whether the movie is worth seeing or not.

Thank You Telugu Movie Review

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Story

The story of Abhiram (Naga Chaitanya), who is from the small village of Narayanapuram and now owns a business, is told in the film Thank You. Although he initially believes that he has achieved success on his own, he soon realizes that there are many people who have contributed to his success. As a result, he decides to express his gratitude to them. The rest of the tale describes how he came to be bilinear.

Cast & Crew

The movie stars Naga Chaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Malavika Nair, Avika Gor, Sai Sushanth Reddy, and Prakash Raj. It was written by BSV Ravi and directed by Vikram K Kumar, with cinematography by PC. Sreeram. Raju, Shirish produced it under the Sri Venkateshwara Creations banner.

Movie Name Thank You
Director Vikram K Kumar
Music Director Thaman S
Producer Raju, Shirish
Genre Drama
Cast Naga Chaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Malavika Nair, Avika Gor, Sai Sushanth Reddy, and Prakash Raj
Editor Navin Nooli

Movie Verdict

Despite the duds, Naga Chaitanya has improved as an actor with each film, and in Thank You, he completely outshines himself. Abhiram’s character is pretty difficult to play because it has several layers and shows his development from 17 to 35 years old. He displayed nearly 4 variants in terms of appearance and body language and did it with ease.

However, the story shifts to different timelines as it narrates in a nonlinear way, even though the movie starts off well by acknowledging Abhiram’s success and the director established his characterization quite well at the beginning itself. However, the movie travels through certain timelines, and everyone has that timeline, but what made this film engaging is the point called gratitude.

Although there are flaws, Thank You is an emotional story, and the journey of Abhiram hooked the audience throughout the film. However, the climax could have been even better as it didn’t land well, and moreover, the plot resembles the Malayalam film Premam. Additionally, Prakash Raj’s character has a surprise package; it is one of the key characters that hold the clout.

Rashi Kannah, Avika Gor, and Malavika Nair are part of his journey, and they did a fine job. Prakash Raj has done brilliant work even though he has less screen time, and the rest of the cast did well. Naga Chaitanya shines in Abhiram’s roles because this character has a lot of layers and demands not just another look as all the timeline characters demand a lot of performance.
BSV Although Vikram K. Kumar partially succeeded in presenting the movie on screen as this type of story slightly different from his style of making movies may that is one of the reseasons, his narrative is good but it seems that it is only for an urban audience let’s see the mass audience will connect with this movie or not. Ravi is one of the best writers in TFI as he has written quite well.

Technically, Thank You looks excellent because only the greatest professionals worked on this PC While Thaman’s songs didn’t quite live up to expectations and Sreeram’s visuals were good but not particularly innovative, the rest of the technical team tried their best. Thaman did succeed in providing excellent background music.

Last but not least, Thank You is all about gratitude, and the protagonist’s moving journey will undoubtedly unite the audience as a whole.

Rating: 3.75/5

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