Taxiwala Movie Review & Rating - Vijay Deverakonda's Taxiwala Telugu Movie Review

Taxiwala Movie Review & Rating - Vijay Deverakonda's Taxiwala Telugu Movie Review

FIlmbuzz123 Ratings: 2.75/5

Movie Name: Taxiwala

Release Date: 17th Nov 2018
Director: Rahul Sankrityan
Music Director: Jakes Bejoy
Choreography: Sujith Sarang
Production companies: Geetha Arts, UV Creations
Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Priyanka Jawalkar

After the blockbuster hit of Geetha Govindham, Vijay Deverakonda packed with a flop political spine chiller NOTA. Now, He is coming up with a supernatural motion picture titled as Taxiwala. Subsequent to getting delayed by the film unit and facing piracy issues, finally Taxiwaala is releasing today worldwide. Let's see the review of Taxiwala


Shiva (Vijay Deverakonda), a jobless graduate, settles as a taxi driver in the wake of stopping the odd employments he endeavored. Shiva begins encountering creepy things inside the vintage vehicle he purchased, the greater part of them not destructive to him but rather terrifies others. Suspecting a phantom, Shiva and companions attempt to discover the riddle through the ex-proprietor. As the group enters the ex-proprietors home, they run over a teacher who thinks about a pseudo-logical process called Astral Projection. Rest of the story uncovers how the Astral Projection is identified with the Ghost demonstrations in the Car, who is the persons experience the said procedure and so on. There is likewise a parallel between related plot on Shiva's sibling and sister-in-law. 


Vijay Deverakonda acts easily as a taxi driver Shiva. Vijay can convey great performance even in this weakness portrayal which is in opposition to his unruly rowdy boy picture. Be that as it may, in the second half, his screen time is less. Debut actress Priyanka Jawalkar looks fine; in any case, her character has constrained degree in this film. Actress Malavika Nair role is a lot littler yet it is the essence of the center subject. Raviprakash, Ravi Varma, Shiju, Uttej and Yesteryear champions Yamuna, Kalyani assume different roles. The person who played a character named "Hollywood "is entertaining. 


Taxiwala is one more semi-repulsiveness class film that has been a pattern in a most recent couple of years in Tollywood. Real points of interest with this type are constrained spending budget, fresh runtimes. Consequently, numerous makers are getting this class more than immersion. Taxiwala is of the same class with a parody contact and essential issue depends on a pseudo-logical hypothesis 'Astral projection'. 

Motion picture begins off in an engaging way, rapidly moves to the fundamental subject and keeps on being sufficiently conventional till some time in the second half. When the Malavika Nair string is opened the chart crashes, super ridiculous pre-peak and peak are the let downs. Comedy scenes by Vijay, his sidekick 'Hollywood 'satire timings are the redeeming quality and Director Rahul S. prevailing in that perspective. Rahul S. should likewise be acknowledged for not digressing from the central idea of the film. Vijay D. must be acknowledged for tolerating different characters as opposed to adhering to Arjun Reddy picture. Hero Heroine love or Friendship string is a crazy one – reasonable for the class. But 'Maate Vinaduga' melody there ain't any romantic moments between the lead pair. 


Jakes Bejoy music is sufficient, 'Maate Vinadhuga 'melody emerges. Sujith's cinematography is satisfactory. Crisp editing by Sreejith Sarang makes this film quick paced. GA2 Banner creation esteems are satisfactory for the class.


Vijay Deverakonda
A concept-based thriller film
Comedy& Maate Vinadhuga song
Villain home robbery scene


Pre-climax and Climax
Lack of commercial elements
Unconvincing, farcical core point behind the ghost

Final Verdict: 

Taxiwala is a one-time look for Vijay Deverakonda fans or potentially semi-awfulness sort group of onlookers. It engages enough, captivating portrayal till mid second half. 

Priyanka Jawalkar Photo Shoot Stills From Taxiwaala Movie Promotions

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