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Based on the real life of a gang called Snake Gang, in Hyderabad, during the period of 2011-2016, this Sai Dharam Tej starrer flick has hit screens today. Touted to be a commercial potboiler, Inttelligent is said to enthral the B & C audiences. Let us check whether the movie is packed with sufficient entertaining elements for the audience and fans.
The plot circles around a young software professional, Teja (Sai Dharam Tej), who leads a happy life with a successful career. Time leads him to lock horns with the antagonist and the movie from then on runs majorly on the cat-mouse race concept. It is from this point as to how the protagonist dethrones the antagonist in an Inttelligent manner forms the rest of the flick.
Sai Dharam Tej's Performance
S. Thaman's Music
Certain Commercial Elements for Mass
Few Comedy Sequences
Chamak Chamak Remixed Song
Supreme Hero Sai Dharam Tej is energetic and has rendered his usual best. He is indeed a good actor and is stuffed with sufficient potential to scale himself up in the industry only if he concentrates more on script selection. Lavanya Tripathi is appealing and her chemistry with Tej is eye-soothing.
Ashish Vidhyarthi, Sayaji Shinde, Rahul Dev, Brahmanandam, Dev Gill and Prudhvi Raj have done justice to their roles.
The production values of Inttelligent, music by S Thaman and the choreography receives thumbs up from the audience. However, the dialogues tend to go a bit overboard though it is seen catering to the B & C centre audiences while the direction from VV Vinayak doesn't amuse the crowd much.
VV Vinayak, who had once churned out sensational blockbusters during his hey days, now seem to have lost the sheen and Inttelligent is a testimonial of the same.
Reprisal of Chiranjeevi's yesteryear blockbuster song, Chamak Chamak is a total let down, though was aimed to entertain the Mega fans. It would always be better to leave some classics untouched than spoil them in the name of tribute.
Screenplay treatment with a couple of references of the Mega Brothers, Chiranjeevi and Pawan Kalyan, would offer some respite to the Mega fans to whistle and Cheer about.
The extra ‘T' in the movie's title is an unwanted insertion and so are many scenes in the movie. Can skip the engagement unless you are not a hardcore fan of Mega family or mass entertainers.