Adi Saikumar’s Tees Maar Khan Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Adi Saikumar’s Tees Maar Khan Movie Review: We’ve seen Adi Saikumar mostly in love stories, but he’s tried a few action films that have gone unnoticed. Nevertheless, he came up with this action drama, which was released today, August 19, 2022. Without further ado, let’s dive into the detailed review and see if the film is worth watching.

Adi Saikumar's Tees Maar Khan Movie Review

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Story

College student Tees Maar Khan had always wanted to join the police force. When he finally does join the force, he finds himself at odds with a powerful figure with ties to the mafia. The plot then takes a dramatic turn when Khan’s sister and brother-in-law are murdered.

Cast & Crew

Kalyanji Gogana directs the film, which stars Adi Saikumar and Payal Rajput and features supporting turns from Sunil, Poorna, Kabir Singh, and Anoop Singh Thakur. M N Bal Reddy is in charge of the film’s cinematography, and Sai Karthik provides the score.

Movie Name Tees Maar Khan
Director Kalyanji Gogana
Music Director Sai Karthik
Producer Nagam Tirupathi Reddy
Genre Action Drama
Cast Adi Saikumar, Payal Rajput, Sunil, Poorna, Kabir Singh, and Anoop Singh Thakur
Editor Manikanth

Movie Verdict

It’s all about you, Tees Maar Khan is a commercial package with routine drama; the film has everything but none of the elements engages you throughout the movie, and the title refers to the protagonist’s dare and dashing characteristics, which we see in Adi Saikumar’s character. The lead protagonist behaves like a student, rowdy, and police in the entire movie.

Sisterly love is a driving force in the picture, but it takes a second seat once the hero enters the commercial zone, where it doesn’t quite land as well as it might.
After a while, viewers of Tees Maar Khan may start to wonder why they are sitting through the film’s two-hour runtime and what the point of Tees Maar Khan is, but the film manages to keep your attention with a beach song and a few action blocks.

Adi, who has tried his luck over the years but has only had failures, should at least now realise and hopefully make sensible choices in narrative selections; unfortunately, he is merely alright and Payal Rajput has no scope for performance as she seems solely for songs, and the rest of the cast did well.

Kalyanji Gogana utterly failed to captivate his audience, therefore here’s hoping he can make a comeback with some fresh tales.

Tees Maar Khan is only mediocre technically because M N Bal Reddy’s cinematography is subpar because he uses outmoded visuals, Sai Karthik’s songs are subpar because of how poorly they fit the picture, and the rest of the technical departments performed what was necessary for the film to succeed.

In conclusion, Tees Maar Khan is a commercial package, and only those who enjoy commercial films would enjoy it.

Rating: 3.75/5

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