Director Amit Sharma as a debutant feature filmmaker has done a decent work. With big star cast and producers like Boney Kapoor & Sanjay Kapoor, he has entered Bollywood with a bang!
Although, the movie is a remake and is seen by many in both Telugu and Tamil, Tevar is just Tevariffic and you will ENJOY it!!
Amit Sharma's Tevar, a remake of the Telugu hit Okkadu (2003), is over-a-decade-old wine served on a larger canvas. But one mustn't grudge the filmmaker for telling us an old story.
Amit makes a smooth progression from 30-second commercials to a 159-minute-long film. His penchant for colours, the right use of the Taj Mahal (as a monument of love), his finesse in presenting the real locations indicate his adroitness in filmmaking.
TEVAR is a stylised masala entertainer that'll give you enough reasons to have a good time in the cinema hall.
Yes, the story doesn't have anything new to offer, but the wonderful performances, energetic music score, stupendous action and the fact that it's a clean entertainer makes it a fun watch. TEVAR is worth your time. Go for it.
Tevar plot is literally that outdated. It is a regurgitation of a Telugu hit from 2003 (the Mahesh Babu starrer Okkadu ), but what worked back then can only look utterly old-fashioned and laboured in 2014.
Tevar is insipid, a film that is more fizzle than sizzle, with too much gratuitous violence marring the broth.