Run Critics Review & Star Rating
Sundeep Kishan’s latest release titled Run hit theatres today. The film is the Telugu remake of the Tamil hit Neram. Before we tell you more about the film. Run is a faithful remake of the Tamil hit Neram. It’s all about a young man trying to escape from the clutches of a loan shark. The film talks about the importance of time in one’s life. The chemistry between the lead couple Sundeep and Anisha is not crackling. But the duo do manage to pull it off. Bobby Simha as a money lender fits the role aptly. Sundeep Kishan, who’s known not to choose run of the mill subjects has done the same this time too.The supporting cast have justified their roles. Cinematography is good so are a few dialogues. An extra dose of comedy however was needed in the film. Jobless Sundeep owes the ruthless vaddiraja (Bobby Simha) some money. Unfortunately, the money gets stolen by a petty thief. His girlfriend has left home for good, her father has files a complaint and now sub-inspector is also behind him. Sundeep doesn’t have much time to solve his problems.
Run Opening Day Box Office Collection
Run movie is all about a boy who lost his job and he will be get denied by her lover’s father on this context couple will decide to escape and the rest of the story is all about how and what the incidents they came across in the run forms the crux part of the story. Movie bagged U Certificate from the censor board without any cuttings. The movie is all about good and bad, what a jobless person will do to achieve his goal when his time is bad. So the movie is featured with situations existing in the life, love, luck and time which is the most important. All the stars performed well, In all aspects of the screenplay, cinematography, editing and star cast performance, the movie has been made wonderfully. In few centers, positive response is received. Sai Karthik music is really interesting, the background score is just amazing. The chemistry between the lead couples is not crackling, Bobby Simha appeared as a money lender in the film. Sundeep Kishan who will never try to run away from mill subjects.