Top Gear Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Top Gear Movie Review: No matter how well his most recent movie, Crazy Fellow, did at the box office, Adi Saikuamar has put out almost five movies this year and is about to end the year with an action thriller. The Top Gear clip, on the other hand, gets people interested in the movie and makes them want to see it. The movie’s marketer, Adi Saikuamar, also seems to be in no hurry. Let’s look at Top Gear closely to figure out if it’s worth your time.


Top Gear Movie Review


Arjun is a good taxi driver from the middle class (Adi Saikumar). But there are a number of murders in the city, and the police figure out that a mysterious man named David is behind them all. After Arjun sees a murder, his life will never be the same, and both the police and the thugs will be after him. How did Arjun figure out how to get through this maze? Who is this David character, then? the movie needs to show that.

Cast & Crew

Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi, Aadi Saikumar, and Shatru Sai Sriram, all well-known actors, shot the movie. Harshavardhan Rameshwar wrote the music, and KV Sridhar Reddy, who works for Sri Dhanalakshmi Productions, was in charge of production.

Movie Name Top Gear
Director Shashikanth
Music Director Harshavardhan Rameshwar
Producer KV Sridhar Reddy
Genre Action Thriller
Cast Aadi Saikumar, Riya Suman, Brahmaji, Shatru, Satyam Rajesh, Mime Gopi
Cinematography Sai Sriram

Movie Verdict

The hook of Top Gear is that everything will happen in just one night. I know, it’s crazy to even think about. Well, it starts off with a mystery (people are dying) and then goes into the main character’s past and how he builds his world, which are both kind of cute. Even though the whole movie is a commercial, there are a few scary parts. But the different murder mystery points keep the audience interested, and the reveal at the intermission works pretty well. This makes them want to see the second half of the movie, even though the regular scenes like the hero’s family track and forced songs slow down the pace.

Even though the second half of the movie has some problems, it becomes interesting when we find out that the main character saw a murder and is being chased by the police and thugs. What is his name? Even though the point could have been made more clearly, the tension was kept up well throughout. As a whole, the movie doesn’t tie up all of its loose ends, but the tension and racy dialogue keep people interested.

Acting-wise, Riya Suman does fine and looks pretty good in her role as a traditional girl. Adi Saikumar, who plays cab driver Arjun, does a good job; his body language and delivery of dialogue are good, but when he had to show tension and shock through his face, he failed completely. Brahmaji, Mime Gopi, and Shatru all do well in their roles.

Top Gear makes sense as an idea. Most of the movie takes place at night, so it might have been better if there was more darkness. Even though Harshavardhan Rameshwar’s songs didn’t do well, the composer liked the music he wrote for the background of the movie. The rest of the technical team also did well to meet the needs of the story.

Shashikanth did a good job as director. His screenplay is great, but the film’s pace, especially in the second act, could use some work. There are a few problems with the movie, but the story is interesting and the tension is building up, which more than makes up for them.

All in all, Top Gear is a good action thriller with a few mainstream elements.

Plus Points:

  • Racy Screenplay
  • Twists

Minus Points:

  • Story
  • Predictable Scenes
  • Lack of Emotion

Rating: 2.5/5

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