Tuntari Movie Review

Mar 11, 2016

Nara Rohit's Tuntari movie has released worldwide today and the unit is in hopes about the positive buzz since from its promotions. Tuntari has Nara Rohit,Latha Hedge and Kabir Duhan Singh in lead roles.

The film is directed by Kumar Nagendra and produced on Sri Keerthi Films Banner by Ashok Baba, Nagarjun. Sai Kartheek composes tunes to this action entertainer.Being the remake of Tamil movie Maan Karate, the film unit has taken utmost care in presenting the film with Telugu Audience taste.

Read below for Tuntari Movie Review.


Local Raju (Nara Rohith), a happy going guy lives his life with carefree nature and will be survived by this father Ananda Rao, an employee of BSNL. On the other end, Five Software Employees Kishore, Pooja, Sudarshan, Aanand, Kalki are on a trip and accidentelly meets a saint in the dense forest in Anantagiri.

The saint who predicts the future of the employees gives information about a boxing player Raju with an important twist about him where the gang decides to meet Raju.

What is the twist on Raju ? Why will these gang meet up Raju is rest of the story?


Nara Rohit gives his impressive performance with easy and in perfect comedy timing.

Latha Hedge is meant for come and go role throughout the film with no interesting scenes.

Puja plays an important role and she nailed her performance with impressive debut.

Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar is hilarious and so is Ali.

The other roles donned by Kabir Duhan Singh, Kasi Viswanath are good.

Technical Department:

The film's music composed by Sai Kartheek could have been better in placement of songs. The background score by the music director is decent.

Production Values by Sri Keerthi Films is rich

Director Kumar Nagendra has done his job decently with perfection in the film's presentation and the role he designed for Nara Rohit introducing him in the comedy angle. Though the film is a remake of Tamil film, the director has showcased all the commercial elements in decent narration.

Palani Kumar's Cinematography is excellent.

Plus Points:

Back Ground Score

Nara Rohith's entertaining role

Story and Screenplay

Minus Points:

Length Dialogues in second half

Predictable scenes

Latha Hedge's role


Tuntari film is all about a happy going guy and his love with no unexpected twist in the form of Destiny vs Hardwork. The director has not wasted the time of audience in presenting the film. The film will be a useful hit for the director and the actor who are in hope of enjoying the success to need a perfect break.

The first half of the film goes on funny note with interesting pre-climax twist and so is the latter half which actually steps into the shoes of original story in opening the twists.

There is no lag in both halves and the run time is the major asset.

Final Verdict:

Action meets Entertainment

RATING: 2.75/5