After the blockbuster film, Loukyam, Gopichand is coming out with an another promising film, Jil. U V Creations, who have bagged two back to back stylish hits with Mirchi and Run Raja Run are the makers of this film. Adding to the hype, all the promotional stuff released prior to the film has got positive response. So lets us see how far Jil managed to leave up to its expectations.
Jai (Gopichand) is a fire officer, who unintentionally locks head with Mumbai based mafia don, Chota Nayak (Kabir). He makes sure Jai pays back for the loss. So, the hero had to gone out of his way and fight against the don to save his loved ones.
Gopichand looks extremely hot in the stylish avatar. The makeover has brought in a fresh feel and he has been at his usual best in playing his part. Rashi Khanna is quite a revelation in the film and she was shown absolutely hot.
The chemistry between the lead pair will be the most talked about after watching the film. Kabir, who played the villain, was also chose with some extra care and he has succeeded in adding the believability to his character. He is here to stay.
Posani, Srinavas Avasarala were good in their roles and Posani will make you laugh your heart out at times with his gestures. Comedy between Gopichand and Urvashi were mere headache and forcible in the film.
Jil is a technically rich film and it has been largely dependent on the look and quality of the film. Styling and costumes of the film has been the major plus and it helped to set the mood of the film.
Cinematography has been supremely well and every frame appears to be an eye candy. Complete justice was done to the finest music given by Gibran, by filming some beautiful montages and lavish visuals for the songs.
Rain fight in the second part has manged to win some cheers in the theaters. The new bee on the block, Radha Krishna Kumar, the director of the film was decent enough in dealing the film.
Well! here comes another hit for Gopichand and U V Creations. Though it lacks that fire, with its share of highs, Jil has finally won the Dil of audience.
Gopichand was seen as Jai. He played the role of a fireman in the movie.
Rashi Khanna meets Gopichand on the Ledge of a Apartment top floor and he saves her.
Kabir, who played the antagonist in Jil, has won accolades from everyone for his macho looks.
Love At First Sight
Rashi Khanna falls for Gopichand's hot looks right at the first sight.
Gopichand introduction song "Man In Fire" is very stylishly shot.
Romantic love track between the hero and heroine has been the highlight of the film. Some fresh scenes were showcased.
Jil Jil Manase comes as second song in the film and some super montages were shot.
The chemistry between the lead pair has come out pretty good and some funny scenes between them looks so candid.
The opens up in Mumbai and Villain was introduced in a stylish way. Jil's story was set in a mafia backdrop.
Styling and costumes of the lead pair is one of the best in recent times. U V Creations has once again managed to produce a stylish film.
Swing Swing has come as the third song in the film and it is in some superb locations. Rashi Khanna is an absolute eye-candy.
Some high octane action sequence in the interval block, with a simple twist in the tale has gone well with the audience.
Rashi Khanna has put in her 100% for the film, she was seen as a hot chic in the songs and managed to be a pretty girl next door in the film.
First half has passed on without any comedians. But some comedy scenes between Gopichand and Urvashi in the second half appears to be forcibly attached.
Yemaindi vela Song
Once again the song has been shot supremely well.Songs and cinematography has been the major plus for Jil.