Gentleman Movie Review

Gentleman Movie Review

Rating: 3/5

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Cast: Nani, Surabhi, Niveda Thomas, Srinivas Avasarala, Tanikella Bharani, Vennela Kishore, and Rama Prabha

Music: Mani Sharma

Producer: Sivalanka Krishna Prasad

Story, Screenplay, dialogues and director: Mohan Krishna Indraganti

Release date: June 17, 2016

Nani came up with different role in this movie. After Bhale Bhale Magadivoy and Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha, he is back with a thriller titled.

Story: Two girls Catherine (Nivedha Thomas) and Aishwarya(Surabhi) will meet in a plane. Their friendship develops in the journey by telling about their boyfriends each other. Catherine is a VFX professional. She says about her boyfriend Gawtham(Nani) and Aishwarya says that she got engaged to a businessman Jay(Nani). After reaching Hyderabad Catherine is shocked to see Jay who is exactly like her boyfriend.

Are Jay and Gawtham are one person..? To know this you need to watch the film on big screen.


Nani has played an interesting role with multiple shades and he has delivered brilliant performances. Surabhi and Niveda Thomas, who have played the female leads, have done justice to their roles and their chemistry with Nani is good. Interval bang is also good as director Mohana Krishna sets up the film for a racy second half. Srinivas Avasarala, Anand, Rohini, Pragathi, Tanikella Bharani, Vennela Kishore, Satyam Rajesh and Rama Prabha have also done justice to their roles.

Technical departments:

Director Mohan Krishna Indraganti does a good job infusing the first half of the movie with adequate romantic and entertainment elements in the both the love stories. Mani Sharma music is quite decent. Chirugali and Gusa Gusalade are the best among them. Saturday Night Fever song was shot well. Adding to the classy touch is Mani Sharma’s background score.  Dialogues are good and camera work has given new light to the film.


Gentleman is a good effort with a class touch. A neat thriller that has another winning performance for Nani. If you manage for first half, second half is entertaining.