Vijay Devarakonda has come up with yet another satisfying performance and it is his screen presence which steals the show.
Rahul Sankrityan, the young director, showcases his potential of what he could make and what he is, has however, slipped the track. Cinematography by Sujith Sarang deserves a thumbs up while music by Jakes is just adequate.
Watch Taxiwaala if you are a fan of Vijay Devarakonda or if you are in quest of average quotient of entertainment.
On the whole, Taxiwaala is an engaging horror comedy which has a good premise. Interesting concept, good comedy, and decent thrills are basic assets of this film. All you need to do is to watch it with low expectations.
'Taxiwaala' tells a horror-comedy with some relatable sensibilities. Vijay Deverakonda allows the story to take precedence. A decent narration, the film elicits laughs in a good measure.
Overall, “Taxiwaala” is simple thriller with adequate elements of thrills, comedy and some engaging moments.
Taxiwaala is yet another example that piracy doesn’t matter if the film has decent content. It has got different yet engaging concept. Car acting weird is a concept that is never touched on Telugu screen as the main plotpoint. On a whole. Taxiwaala is a decent content film and you may watch it!
Taxiwaala works on a whole in spite of few hiccups in the middle. It is a different film amid so-called commercial entertainers that are putting the audience's patience to the test. It is a ride worth taking.