Movie Reviews

Jersey

Director by:        Gautam Tinnanuri
Producer by:     Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Written by: Gautam Tinnanuri
Starring:    Nani , Shraddha Srinath, Sathyaraj, Rao Ramesh
Music by:     Anirudh Ravichander
Cinematography:    Sanu Varghese
Edited by:    Navin Nooli
Production company:    Sithara Entertainments.
Release date:    April 19, 2019
Rating:    

Nani has been super confident about Jersey right from the day it was launched. Directed by Gautam Tinnanuri,.

Story

Arjun is an ex Ranji player who leads a depressed life with his wife Sara and son Nani. This life style of his does not go well with Sara and especially his son who at a crucial moment edges Arjun to do something in life and become his real life hero. Rest of the story is as to how Arjun changes his life style and embraces cricket back and becomes an inspiration for many.

Plus Points in this movie

Jersey is a film which has some of the best performances in recent times. Every character in the film is so well enacted that you get carried away with all the emotions throughout the film..

Nani is loved by one and all when he does relatable roles and the same happens in Jersey. He gives his career best performance as Arjun and drains you emotionally throughout the film. The pain he showcases is superb. Be it the scenes where he goes to the railway station and brings out his joy after getting selected or the manner in which he handles scenes related to his son with the Jersey, Nani was exceptional and gave an award winning performance..

Shraddha Srinath makes a solid debut and looks like a super performer. The manner in which she showcases different variations in her character is amazing. Her chemistry with Nani was too good. The small kid who played Nani’s son was decent. Satya Raj once again plays a pivotal supporting role and he is best with his emotions.

Minus Points in this movie

The length of the film is a tad long and there is a chance for the film to be trimmed for at least 8 to 10 minutes..

The second half of the film is also good but becomes a bit predictable when the cricket is showcased. Routine cricket scenes bring the pace down a bit.