Samantha Akkineni is back testing her luck with a women centric film titled U Turn. Pawan Kumar directed this crime thriller which is based on the accidents on a flyover. Rahul Ravindran, Aadhi Pinisetty played other pivotal roles in this action thriller which has been made on a decent budget. Sri Sreenivasa Silver Screen bankrolled the film and here is the complete review of U Turn:
U Turn is a crime thriller which is laced around a series of deaths. Rachana (Samantha) is a journalist who starts working on an article about RK flyover which is linked to a series of deaths. In this process she gets called up by the cops after they come to know about the deaths but they find no clue. The rest of U Turn is all about the investigation and the mystery behind the deaths. Watch U Turn to know about the series of twists in the film.
Series of Deaths
Thrills at times
Slow paced narration
Screenplay and Direction
Samantha tops the show with her flawless performance. She has been strong, arrogant and subtle enough in the assigned role. Aadhi Pinisetty turns out to be a huge support throughout and his role has been penned well. Rahul Ravindran has an extended cameo and he did his role well. All the other actors performed well in the assigned roles.
The story of U Turn has a thrilling plot but it hasn’t been executed well.The screenplay and the dialogues lacked interest and they are not penned well. The music and the background score have been decent and the cinematography work should be well appreciated. The production values have been apt and Pawan Kumar does a decent job in executing U Turn.
U Turn has an interesting plot but the film falls flat because of the slow paced narration and bad execution. Samantha and Aadhi Pinisetty shines with their performances.