Ramya Krishna’s Liger Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Liger Movie Review: Currently in Tollywood, the hottest item Vijay Devarakonda is extending his career with “Liger.” Since it was announced, the movie has drawn a lot of interest, in part because it is Vijay Devarakonda’s first PAN India film. People became even more curious after seeing the trailer.

Liger Movie Review

However, the film’s creators have widely publicized it around India, and we all know Vijay Devarakonda enjoys doing that. Let’s go straight to the review and see if the movie lives up to the expectations as it just came out today, August 25, 2022.

 Story

Balamani (Ramya Krishna), the mother of Liger (Vijay Devarakonda), and Liger are both from Karimnagar in the narrative of Liger. They started a chai business in Mumbai, where they currently reside. Balamani believes that her son Liger would one day excel in the sport of boxing. The strategy, however, is not followed. Although it initially appears that Liger requires a lot of money to succeed, Balamani’s account of Liger’s father introduces a twist. Finally, who is Liger Father? How did Balamani come to his current location? Will Liger begin fighting? To learn more about all of these, you must see the film.

Cast & Crew

The main characters in the film Liger were played by Vijay Devarakonda and Ananya Pandey. Important roles were also played by Ramya Krishna, Ronit Roy, Vishu Reddy, Ali, Makarand Desh Pandey, and Getup Srinu. The film, written and directed by Puri Jagannadh, was photographed by Vishnu Sarma. The music was composed by Azeem Dayani, and the editing was done by Junaid Siddiqui. The film was produced by Puri Jagannadh, Charmee Kaur, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Hiroo Yash Johar.

Movie Name Liger
Director Puri Jagannadh
Music Director Azeem Dayani
Producer Puri Jagannadh, Charmee Kaur, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Hiroo Yash Johar
Genre Sports Drama
Cast Vijay Devarakonda, Ananya Pandey,  Ramya Krishna, Ronit Roy, Vishu Reddy, Ali, Makarand Desh Pandey, and Getup Srinu
Editor Junaid Siddiqui

Movie Verdict

In Telugu, boxing movies are highly common. There are a few excellent ones, such as Badhrachalam by Srihari and Thammudu by Pawan Kalyan. Puri Jagannadh finally made the decision to direct a boxing-related film. The story opens with a typical Puri Jagannadh action scene before shifting to Mumbai and some tension between Balamani and Liger. However, the drama eventually becomes monotonous because Puri

The first half was decent but not particularly compelling. The drama and love story seem to have been jammed into the first half so that Puri Jagannadh could devote the entire second half to boxing scenes and Myke Tyson moments. The primary emotion didn’t connect properly in the first half, which negatively impacted the second half as well, so it appears that this strategy backfired.

Vijay is excellent as Liger since he shines in the most of the sequences with his stutter, but he was unable to convey some of the fundamental emotions. But we should admire the transformation into a boxer. There is no room for Ananya Pandey to move. Balamani is excellently played by Ramya Krishna. She greatly enhanced the character with her body language, dialogue delivery, and every tiny touch. Ali, Makarand, Vishu Reddy, Ronit Roy

Puri Jagannadh is renowned for his directing abilities, as well as for the way he crafts the dialogue for his heroes. Although not as prominently as in his earlier films, Puri’s influence can be seen in this one. This time, he paid more attention to the tale than the protagonist.

Liger looks excellent technically, and we can see every detail in every frame. The movie has excellent photography by Vishnu Sarma, while Azeem Dayani oversaw the background score, which featured several Bollywood musicians. Although the songs aren’t terrific, the background music is excellent, and the other technical teams gave it their best effort.

Last but not least, Liger is a compelling boxing drama that is available for viewing by anyone and is a visual treat for Vijay Devarakonda devotees.

Rating: 3.5/5

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