The movie centers on the aimless youngster Surya. His life completely changes after he buys his first bike. A technician played by Ravindra Vijay gives it the name Ustaad. Surya develops an emotional bond with his motorbike and develops feelings for Meghana. But Surya encounters obstacles in his romantic life. This is a large portion of the plot’s center.
Melancholy and melodic describe Akeeva’s music. It emphasized how the story had the perfect ambience and tone. Several tracks are recorded in stunning and unique settings.

The natural and authentic settings of coastal Andhra and Araku were shown in a captivating fashion by Pavan Kumar Puppala’s cinematography. In the first half, Carthik Cuts’ editing is strong; but, in the second half, he cut out numerous repeated scenes, which hurt the movie. Vaarahi Chalana Chitram has high production values.


The plot of Ustaad, which was directed by Phanideep, touched a new note and emphasized the connection between a machine and a human. He incorporated the relationship between the man and a bike called Ustaad into a straightforward feel-good love story to pique moviegoers’ curiosity. The first half moves along smoothly, with funny, touching, romantic, and dramatic sequences.

Sri Simha is renowned for playing the character of the underdog who faces a challenge before overcoming it and completing the assignment. On TV, Kavya Kalyanram appeared to be overweight. Her Telangana accent and dialogue delivery won over everyone. Sai Kiran Yedida had a positive effect as the significant character Mama. As the technician, Ravindra Vijay did an excellent job of displaying positive feelings and emphasizing the significance of treating machines with love. The plot is advanced by Gautam Menon, who made an impact as the captain. Samy did well in his performance as Sri Simha’s friend.

The plot stagnates, and the second half spends a lot of time going around in circles. Numerous scenes that were redundant should have been cut by the editing staff. Although Ravindra Vijay did a terrific job, his role didn’t have enough nuance to advance the plot.

Ratings: 2/5

Generally speaking, Ustaad struggles mostly because of narrative problems. Despite Sri Simha Koduri’s excellent performance, the movie is ultimately unsatisfying to watch. This results in a final score of two out of five, which is due to these factors.

Phanideep is in charge of directing “Ustaad.” Gautham Vasudev Menon, Kavya Kalyanram, Sri Simha Koduri, and Venkatesh Maha are among the cast members. The movie’s producers are Rajani Korrapati, Rakesh Reddy Gaddam, and Himank Reddy Duvvuru. On August 12, 2023, it was made public. Users of OTT services will soon have access to it.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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