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'Mosagallu' starring Vishnu Manchu and Kajal Agarwal is based on true events of a large-scale technical support scam. Directed by Jeffrey Gee Chin, the movie finally got released on 19th March 2021.  
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2.25

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Storyline

Vishnu Manchu who has been staying away from movies lately is marking his comeback as an actor with this movie. Interestingly, Manchu Vishnu also worked as a scriptwriter for this film and also bankrolled this project under 24 Frames Factory Banner in association with AVA Entertainment banners. Kajal Agarwal is playing the sister role of Vishnu Manchu in this movie. 

Jeffrey Gee Chin marked his Tollywood debut as a director with this movie. The movie is going to showcase a biggest scam of a whopping 380 million dollars in India. Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty played a crucial role in this movie. Navdeep and Naveen Chandra also played key roles in this film. The trailer of the film itself hinted that the story dwelling in the world of call centers is going to give a gripping and engaging ride to the audience. 

Critic Review

3 weeks ago | CLAPNUMBER

2.5

Story

Arjun (Manchu Vishnu) and Anu (Kajal Aggarwal) are siblings who hails from a middle-class family in Ranigunj, Hyderabad. Because of their financial status, both the brother and sister are unhappy with their pathetic lives and always dream of earning a fortune which can change their lives forever. Arjun works as a call center executive and Kajal is an accountant. They join hands with Arjun's boss Sandeep Reddy (Navdeep) and tries to make a massive scam in the USA. Did the trio succeed in pulling off the scam? Will they be arrested? What happened to them? forms the rest of the story. 

Review

Logic went on a toss for most of the scenes in this film. The director took so many cinematic liberties to elevate the protagonists without thinking about the logic. interestingly the movie also ends on a happy note which is quite a bit confusing. However, the movie also have some interesting scenes at times which can engage the audience. 

Director Jeffrey Gee Chin tried to embed all the commercial elements in the film but the screenplay is yet somewhat disappointing. The cat and mouse game between the protagonist and the investigative teams are decent and gripping. The cinematographer did a wonderful job in giving superb visuals for the film. Sam CS' background score also elevated the proceedings. Especially in the climax, his BGM is too good. Production values are quite rich. 

Manchu Vishnu is too good in his role. The entire movie revolves around him and Kajal Agarwal and both the actors pulled off their characters with so much energy and ease. Navdeep also did a wonderful job in essaying his role. Naveen Chandra got the role of an aggressive drug addict but he pulled it off with ease. Despite having a fine performer like Suniel Shetty, his character is wasted. There are a few characters who don't even make any impact on the narrative. However, the actors did a decent job. 

Verdict 

Mosagallu sure gives us a few thrills here and there and also has a good story but will disappoint with logic-less scenes and over elevations of the protagonists. 

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Movie Details

'Mosagallu' starring Vishnu Manchu and Kajal Agarwal is based on true events of a large-scale technical support scam. Directed by Jeffrey Gee Chin, the movie finally got released on 19th March 2021.  

Genre : Crime, Thriller
Language : Telugu
Director : Jeffrey Gee Chin
Producer : Vishnu Manchu
Release Date(Theater) : 19th Mar, 2021
Runtime : 2h 15min
Production Co : 24 Frames Factory

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