Release date: September 13, 2019
Starring: Nani, Karthikeya, Priyanka Arul Mohan, Lakshmi, Saranya, Priyadarshi, Vennela Kishore
Director: Vikram Kumar
Producers: Y Naveen, Y Ravi and Mohan Cherukuri
Music Director: Anirudh Ravichander
Cinematography: Mirosla Kuba Brojek
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Nani’s Gang Leader hit the big screens today amidst sky-high expectations. The film marks the first collaboration of Nani and Vikram Kumar.
The film is touted to be a suspense drama with a comic touch to it. Read on to see how the action unfolds on the big screens.
Pencil Parthasarathy is a noted story writer who is known for penning revenge stories.
A group of five females approach him, saying they need his help to figure out the culprit behind the massacre of their loved ones. Can pencil help them? If yes, how does he do so? What are the challenges that this group faces? Watch the film on big screens to know the answer.
Nani is at his usual best when it comes to emoting. He is in his elements in the role of a story writer. He does exceedingly well in emotional blocks and adds a whole new touch to the film.
Priyanka Mohan looks beautiful on the screen. She makes a decent debut with this film. Her chemistry with Nani is pleasing to the eyes.
The supporting cast has done a great job in the film. All of them play their roles to perfection. The blend of experienced and relatively new actors works in favour of the vibe of the film.
The director, Vikram Kumar is known for making new-age flicks. He keeps things simple with Gang Leader. The narrative is crisp and keeps the audience engaged all the way through. The screenplay has a few surprise elements.
The camera works are top-notch, and they pack a punch. The background score by Anirudh is soothing and carries the temp of the proceedings perfectly. The film is technically sleek.
The production values of the film are really good, all thanks to Mythri Movie Makers, who have carved a name for themselves with quality flicks.
Gang Leader is a refreshing film with good doses of comedy and drama. The plot is really intriguing, and so was the narrative, for most parts. Nani is a class act, and he is supported well by the rest of the star cast. This film can be a good watch for this weekend.