Rowdy Fellow Review
Krishna Chaitanya has debuted as a scriptwriter and director through Rowdy Fellow. The script includes a package of action, love and comedy which every viewer love to watch.
Watch Rowdy Fellow for powerful dialogues and Nara Rohit's new look as a cop.
On the whole, Rowdy Fellow showcases Nara Rohit’s tremendous growth as an actor. Even this film is different as his previous flicks and has something unique about it. The rustic set up, Nara Rohit and Rao Ramesh’s tremendous performance are basic plus points. On the flip side, a slightly off-track second half and slow pace makes this film just an ok watch.
‘Rowdy Fellow’ is a stylish and unconventional police drama that is well supported by some good performances from Nara Rohith, Rao Ramesh and Posani Krishna Murali. However, inconsistent narration, slow pace and a bad romantic track spoil the overall experience. You may give this film a watch if you don’t mind slow dramas.
Rowdy Fellow is an attempt narrate a story of an egoist turning into good Samaritan by doing selfless help to the people in a village. Plus points of the film are music, cinematography and dialogues. The negative points are lack of depth in subject, loose ends and snail-paced narration.
On a whole, Rowdy Fellow is a good attempt to make a stylish yet different film.