A rock star must overcome his psychological inhibitions to seek revenge for his parents' death.A rock star must overcome his psychological inhibitions to seek revenge for his parents' death.A rock star must overcome his psychological inhibitions to seek revenge for his parents' death.
No one would expect such a film from Sukumar..
Talking about "1" , It's simply a one man show and the man who dared to make such a film with such a big star of TFI really needs to be applauded.Firstly talking about Mahesh Babu , who as usual , did a really good job in his new kinda character which he never ever essayed before in his career. Gautam Krishna , was cute and made his presence felt. When it come to the story line of the film which is so fragile that Sukumar moulded it into a solid massive 'ONE' with his talent of writing a highly gripping screenplay. Yes , I do admit that the screenplay and story is an inspiration from a 2002 Hollywood blockbuster "The Bourne Identity" , but don't label it to be a copy , no. In the first half , the director did miss a lot of logics and left many lose ends which remain untied , but the pacy and even more gripping second half makes you overlook all those small tweaks and flaws in the screenplay. The length of the second half was a little too long since the director had to incorporate the unwanted commercial elements , simply to attract masses , which should have been taken care about. The best scene of the whole film is the Interval scene. And when it comes to the tech department , the first man to get an applause is the DOP , 'Rathnavelu'. The best visuals were in "Sayonara" and "Your My Love" songs. The fight scenes were taken greatly , the DOP used different colours for different situations. The editor 'Karthika Srinivas' , 'Swamy Ra Ra' fame , did a really good job. Needs to be appreciated. Kriti Sanon was very glamorous and gorgeous and pulled off her character well, Dancing was good and was a nice pick against Mahesh. Overall , this "ONE" does have those so called "Hollywood Standards" and even has an ample dose of family sentiment. Bored of routine family drama or senseless mass flick , grab a ticket for "ONE" which leaves you with a good feeling when you leave the theatre. Really a 150 buck worth flick.
- Jan 10, 2014
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