Release date : November 17, 2018
Starring : Vijay Deverakonda, Priyanka Jawalkar, Malavika Nair
Director : Rahul Sankrityayan
Producers : Bunny Vas, V. Vamshi Krishna Reddy, Pramod Uppalapati
Music Director : Jakes Bejoy
Cinematographer : Sujith Sarang
Editor : Sreejith Sarang
Vijay Deverakonda’s Taxiwaala finally hit the big screens today after getting postponed for quite a few times.
The trailer and teasers were very impressive and built a solid buzz to the supernatural comedy drama. Read on to check whether the film can keep the viewers engaged.
Shiva is a jobless graduate who tries his hand in various trades and finally settles down as a cab driver after buying a vintage car. But this is when the real game stars. He experiences a few supernatural elements which scare him to the core. He well and truly believes that the car is haunted. Is the car really possessed? If yes, who is behind all this? Will Shiva get affected by this car? Watch the film on big screens to know the answers.
Vijay Deverakonda is a gem of an actor. The amount of variation he shows from one role to another is simply outstanding. His facial expressions and body language after coming to know that the car is possessed are entertaining.
Debutante, Priyanka Jawalkar looks really beautiful on the big screen. Her chemistry with Vijay Deverakonda has come out well.
The remaining star cast, mainly comedians, have played their parts well and add a decent comedy touch to the supernatural drama, which has a decent premise.
Newcomer, Rahul Sankrityan picked a peculiar subject, and he shows signs of brilliance in a few scenes. He handled the complex screenplay with ease and managed to extract come authentic comedy through the same.
Production values are adequate and the CGI shots, which took a lot of time to get completed, looked believable.
Music by Jakes Bejoy is decent, but Maate Vinadhuga is a treat to watch in the big screens. The background score is very appealing as well.
Taxiwaala is a fun ride which has a few peculiar elements that give this film a decent premise and a good deal of suspense. The narrative is sleek and never gets lagged. Good performances from the lead cast is a big bonus. All in all, Taxiwaala will connect well with the youth and multiplex audience.