“Tuck Jagadish” Movie Review: Nani-Starrer is a family-style family drama that has been outdated

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Tuck Jagadish Review

Director Shiva Nirvana, it is known for romantic dramas. Such as Ninu Corey and Majili, was no match for Tuck Jagadish, a highly articulate and outdated family drama. Tuck Jagadish feels more like a Sooraj Barjatya movie that places a lot of emphasis on blood ties. Assigned as a holiday artist, Tuck Jagadish is a complete masala film with all imaginable tropes.

This film, while immersed in its medium, is still a bit captivating.

Tuck Jagadish is set in the fictional village of Bhudevipuram. And is a typical story of a local son. Who survives the situation and fights for peace. Village head Adishesh Naidu (Nasar).

Who only wanted peace for years, is constantly disappointed by Veerendra (Daniel Balaji). Who lets his hand talk the whole time.

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Aadish hopes that his older son, Bose (Jagapati Babu). It will work to realize his dream of peace, but the younger son, Jagadish. Who gives up his dream of going abroad, will work to improve your village.

Director Shiva Nirvana, known for romantic dramas such as Ninu Corey and Majili. It is no match for Tuck Jagadish, a highly articulate and outdated family drama.

Tuck Jagadish feels more like a Sooraj Barjatya movie that places a lot of emphasis on blood ties. Assigned as a holiday artist, Tuck Jagadish is a complete masala film with all imaginable tropes. This film, while immersed in its medium, is still a bit captivating.

Tuck Jagadish is set in the fictional village of Bhudevipuram and is a typical story of a local son. Who survives the situation and fights for peace. Village head Adishesh Naidu (Nasar). Who only wanted peace for years, is constantly disappointed by Veerendra (Daniel Balaji).

Who lets his hand talk the whole time. Aadish hopes that his older son, Bose (Jagapati Babu), will work to realize his dream of peace. But the younger son, Jagadish, who gave up his dream of going abroad, will work to improve your village.

Tuck Jagadish takes inspiration from Kamar Haasan’s Thevar Magan:

In which the actor plays the youngest son who takes over the village after his father. Like in Thevar Magan, there is much bloodshed in Tuck Jagadish, and it becomes unbearable over time.

But Shiva Nirvana joined the famous beats that ultimately benefited the film. Apart from the ancient history, the film also works mainly as it allows Nani to shine. Against the historical backdrop of the remote countryside. That she explores extensively for the first time.

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The emotional moments of this family drama are exhausting. And the film is stuck with ’80s history. But thankfully the action choreography and performances make up for the boring plot.

Nani got fat and shining role like Jagadish, and behind the title, there is an exciting story. The star looks neat throughout the film and is a refreshing touch to a boring film. Ritu Varma is impressive, and his scene with Nani serves as a respite from all the violence.

Apart from the hope of a really coherent storyline. That is surpassed from “Naa Kutumbam Naa Pranam,” (my family is my life) which never come true. Nani gives it all and also makes the process watching.

You trusted his character when he really said he wanted to save the fighters. Especially from meeting the fate of being sick. Weather the other mother in life than his own stepmother.

His scenes are with the Aishwarya Rajesh and Jagapathi Babu lie in the film’s heart.

And also he manages to make you get addicted. Even while condemning the most common lines. Ritu Varma and Aishwarya Rajesh are reliable, but also they don’t really have many things to do and enjoy here. Jagapathi Babu suits perfects for his role, so do the other following actors.

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Tuck Jagadish has promised to become a film that could really be enjoyed with the family at home in Vinayaka Chavithi. And while it doesn’t fulfil that promise, it does have a moment able moment that might live with you. That depends on the emotions to bring it, so are we.

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