Agent Movie Review, it’s total disaster
Banner: AK Entertainments, Surrender2Cinema
Cast: Akhil Akkineni, Sakshi Vaidya, Mammotty, Dino Morea, Sampath Raj, Urvashi Rautela and others
Story: Vakkantham Vamsi
Music: Hiphop Tamizha
DOP: Rasool Ellore
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Action: Vijay Master, Stun Siva
Producer: Rambrahmam Sunkara
Directed by: Surender Reddy
Release Date: April 28, 2023
Ricky (Akhil) has aspired to be a RAW agent since childhood. He tries and fails numerous times to join RAW. He worships RAW Chief Mahadev, also known as Devil (Mammootty).
Mahadev believes Ricky would be an appropriate agent to finish off God (Dino Morea), who has been running a syndicate to take control of all businesses in India. Devil is a rogue former agent.
Will Mahadev’s plans come to fruition?
Akhil Akkineni not only underwent a complete physical transformation for the role of a spy, but he also played it with great ease. He gives everything as a ‘wild’ agent. His dedication to this film is evident, despite the fact that his character is poorly written.
Sakshi Vaidya, a newcomer, has good looks, but she only appears in two songs and two scenes. That’s all.
Mammootty, a legendary Malayalam superstar, is fantastic as a RAW agent. He adds gravitas to the otherwise dull proceedings.
Bollywood star Dino Morea is well-cast as the antagonist God, but the role lacks any strength.
The film is billed as the most expensive film for a mid-level hero, with high production values and plenty of action stunts. A lot of money appears to have been spent on action thrills. Rasool’s cinematography is adequate.
Hiphop Thamizha’s music, on the other hand, doesn’t add much to the film. It’s easily forgotten.
The writing is inadequate. Another flaw is the editing. Visual effects look cheap despite spending a lot of money.
Akhil Akkineni’s efforts
Clumsy second half