Major Movie Review: Major Sandeep Unni Krishnan was killed in the 26/11 Taj Mumbai terrorist attacks. Adivi Sesh is making a movie about his life. Even though the movie came out on June 3, 2022, there is still a lot of buzz about it. Reviewers and moviegoers had high hopes for it and liked it a lot. Let’s look at the Major review as a whole to see if it’s worth your time.
Major is the story of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan and the man who made him join the Army and serve his country.
Cast & Crew
Saiee M. Manjrekar, Prakash Raj, and Anish Yohan Kuruvilla all play important parts, as do Prakash Raj, Revathi, and Murali Sharma. The film was written and made by Adivi, and Sashi Kiran Tikka directed and shot it. Sony Pictures International Productions, GMB Entertainment Pt Limited, and A+S Movies all worked together to make the movie.
|Cast Leads||Adivi Sesh, Saiee M Manjrekar, Sobhita Dhulipala, Prakash Raj, Revathi, Murali Sharma, Anish Yohan Kuruvilla|
|Director||Sashi Kiran Tikka|
|Producer||Sony Pictures International Productions, GMB Entertainment Pvt Limited, and A+S Movies.|
|Written by||Adivi Sesh|
Because Major Sandeep’s life was so dramatic, the movie Major seems to be the first time that it stays true to the book. In order to make a movie out of biographical information, the director must make it more like fiction.
As the story goes on, Sandeep Unnikrishnan changes from Sandeep Unnikrishnan to Major Sandeep. Because the story doesn’t happen in a straight line, the movie has gotten a lot of good attention so far. When we see his sacrifices and how he fought terrorists in the Taj Hotel, the second half of the movie is all about emotions, and so is the end.
Sesh shows that he’s not only a great writer but also a great performer. He does a great job in the movie playing Major Sandeep’s two different sides.
The Goodachari cast got better when Adivi Sesh and Sashi Kiran Tikka joined. Sashi Kiran Tikka was able to adapt to Adivi Sesh’s style of writing and keep the audience’s attention, as shown by the many moments that gave people goosebumps.
Technically speaking, the photography by Vamsi Patchipulusu and the background music by Sricharan Pakal made many parts of Major better.
As a last tribute to the late Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, Major is a sincere attempt that all Indians should accept.