Director: Gowtham Tinnanuri
Producer: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Banner: Sithara Entertainments
Music Director: Anirudh Ravichander
Starring: Nani, Shraddha Srinath, Sathyaraj, Sampath Raj, Brahmaji, Subbaraju
Release Date: 19th April 2019
Jersey Movie Review: Nani and Shraddha Srinath starrer Sport based drama Jersey, directed by Gowtham Tinnanuri has hit the theaters today on 19th April 2019. Apart from the lead pair, the film has other stars Sathyaraj, Sampath Raj, Brahmaji, Subbaraju and Ronit Kamra in pivotal roles.
Arjun (Nani) who is a talented cricket player, quits the sports at the age of 26 and starts searching a job. He joins as a manager in FCI but his wife Sara (Shraddha Srinath) and son are not happy with his life style. How Arjun’s son forces him back to the game and he gets success in Cricket again, form rest of the story.
Nani has given an award-worthy performance. He steals the show with his screen presence as Arjun. His performance, dictation, way of dialogue delivery, body language and expression are mind blowing. He has portrayed the emotions of the character in a superb way that we cannot help but fall in love with him. The kid Ronit’s expressions are highlighted. Shraddha Srinath looks good. She justifies with her role. Her chemistry with Nani is too good . Sathya Raj and Sampath excelled in their roles. Others performed accordingly in Jersey.
- Nani Performance
- Shraddha Srinath Performance
- Background score
- Emotional scenes
- Movie Length
- Second Half
The direction of Gowtham Tinnanuri is impressive. The writing is fabulous. It is message oriented and inspirational movie. The Screenplay is good. Anirudh Ravichander’ music is in tune with the proceedings. Background score is impressive. Cinematographer Sanu Varghese did a fabulous job in setting the right mood for Jersey. He has done a fantastic job. Editing is ok. Production values are alright.
Finally Overall Jersey movie is an emotional drama which focus on the sports. The second half of Jersey is good but a bit predictable. If you ignore the slow pace, don't miss go and watch it.