Recce Web Series Review: This is the first time that Zee5 has produced a period action thriller in Telugu, and the trailer for Recce, which premieres on June 17, 2022, has set high expectations for the show. The show is a Telugu original period action thriller that follows a gang of mercenaries in a post-World War II era.
After the murder of Tadipatri’s mayor Varadarajulu (Naren) in 1990, the village’s atmosphere changed dramatically. Three years later, a newly appointed police inspector (SI) named Lenin (Sriram) begins an investigation into the Varadarajulu case, and during his investigation, he delves into the dark reality of the town. Who is the assassin, at long last? watch the series for this information.
Cast & Crew
|OTT Release Date||June 17, 2022|
|Theatrical Release Date||NA|
|Starring||Sriram, Siva Balaji, Dhanya Balakrishna, Aadukalam Naren, Rekha, Saranya Pradeep, Rajashree Nair, Ramaraju, Thotapalli Madhu, Sameer|
Recce’s main benefit is its premise and tone, which the Recce crew has done a fantastic job of bringing the dark vibe. Recce doesn’t provide you a novel tale, but what made Recce engaging is the interesting screenplay and well-designed charters.
In the first episode, the director did an excellent job by not wasting time setting up the plot but instead by establishing the conflict, which keeps you interested enough to watch the rest of the series. The seven episodes of this series have a wide range of shades and each episode’s treatment was superb, but a few episodes are a bit stretched and the makers cleverly managed with some scenes even though those scenes did not add anything to the plot.
Although we’ve seen a number of films with political themes, it’s not easy to develop a series about this topic. Despite the drawbacks, the series features a lot of twists and turns that are positioned perfectly.
Sriram did a good job portraying Lenin, but the character’s design is bland, and Siva Balaji has no opportunity to shine. Danya Balakrishnan, Adukalam Naren, and the rest of the cast did their best, as did Sriram.
He did a decent job, but the writing could have been better, making the characters appear flat.
Overall, Recce is a well-executed film and Ram. K. Mahesh and Sriram Maddury’s background scores are both excellent, and the rest of the departments have also done their best in their respective roles.
On the whole, Recce is an enjoyable show to watch, especially for those who enjoy action thrillers.