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Tollywood King Nagarjuna is going to introduce a debutant Ashishor Solomon as a director with his action thriller movie titled 'Wild Dog' in which he played the role of an NIA Agent.  

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Nagarjuna has been struggling with back-to-back disasters lately. After scoring a failure with 'Manmadhudu 2' movie, Nagarjuna joined hands with q newcomer Ashishor Solomon and is all set to come up with an action thriller which is going to showcase the 2007 Gokul chat bomb blast in Hyderabad which shook the entire nation. Dia Mirza played the female lead in this movie. 

Bollywood actor Atul Kulkarni played a crucial role in this film. Matinee Entertainment banner bankrolled this project which finally made it into the theatres on April 2nd, 2021. Nagarjuna played the role of an agent in this film and the teasers and trailers have already impressed the audience and increased the expectations on the film. 

Critic Review

1 year ago | CLAPNUMBER

2.5

Story

Vijay Varma (Nagarjuna) is a suspended NIA officer. But he is brought back into the team to find a terrorist who planned Bomb Blasts at Gokul chat and Lumbini Park in Hyderabad. Vijay Verma also takes up the mission and begins to search for the criminal and learns that the criminal has set base in Nepal. How an Indian NIA agent Vijay Verma goes all the way to Nepal in search of terrorists forms the rest of the story. 

Review

Nagarjuna is definitely the major selling point for this film. The movie has a boring first half which fails to hook the audience to the story. Nothing much happens in the story especially in the first half. But the director picked up the pace in the second half and the action sequences also succeeded in giving thrills to the audience. Despite having a simple story, the proceedings are straightforward and on point in the second half but some of the scenes felt unrealistic, and also the emotions felt forced. The repeated scenes will irk the audience and there are no major twists and turns which also is the biggest setback for this movie.  

We can say 'Wild Dog' is a well-made movie in terms of Technical aspects. The visuals by Shaniel Deo is top-notch. Each and every frame is realistic and impressive. Music by SS Thaman also worked big time for the film. His amazing BGM become one of the major plus points. Editing could have been better. Production values are good enough. Director Solomon did an average job in executing the story. Though there is a scope for keeping the audience at the edge of their seats with his narration, the director failed to do so.  

Nagarjuna's outstanding performance and his Amazing fitness skills became the biggest place plus points for this film. Nagarjuna is apt for this role. Ali Reza went under the skin of the character and delivered a remarkable performance. Though Dia Mirza doesn't have much screen time, she shined in her role. Saiyami Kher is decent in her role. Atul Kulkarni's character doesn't have much to offer but he did a convincing job. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt. 

Verdict

'Wild Dog' is a technically well-made action drama with an interesting premise but utterly fails to keep the audience hooked throughout the film. 

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Movie Details

Tollywood King Nagarjuna is going to introduce a debutant Ashishor Solomon as a director with his action thriller movie titled 'Wild Dog' in which he played the role of an NIA Agent.  

Genre : Action, Thriller
Language : Telugu
Director : Ahishor Solomon
Producer : S. Niranjan Reddy , Anvesh Reddy
Release Date(Theater) : 02nd Apr, 2021
Runtime : 2h 25min
Production Co : Matinee Entertainment
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