On the whole, the racy first half with a gripping start and some fun elements makes Tuntari watchable, only if you don't mind the plodding second half.
For the first time, Nara Rohit chooses an entertaining role and manages to impress supremely well. His comical performance and carefree attitude evokes good fun during the first half which is the basic asset of Tuntari. But a slightly mediocre second half and too many songs take away the freshness making this film an ok watch this weekend.
A very good story. A film that has Nara Rohit shedding his intensity to do comedy, even while he gets emotional in the climax. The screenplay could have been tighter, though.
Tuntari falls somewhere between being a film which doesn’t truly understand what its potential is and a film which tries every trick in the book to make the story work, with the material in hand. Tuntari could have been so much more gripping.
Tuntari has an interesting plot, but fails to impress due to weak execution. Rohith tried something different from his usual tough guy kind of roles. This is surely a different film for him. He should have put in sincere efforts to make it a special one.