Happy Birthday Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

An amendment to the Gun Control Act is passed in Zincity by a defence minister named Ritwik Sodhi, and the law is immediately implemented. Another side of the coin is played by Lavanya Tripathi, who plays Happy, an innocent bystander at a crime spree in a local pub.

Cast: Naresh Agastya, Satya, Vennela Kishore, Gundu Sudarshan, Sathya and Roshni in "Happy Birthday," Lavanya Tripati and Naresh Agastya.

Because it takes place in a fantastical city called Zincity, the movie gets a lot of attention from moviegoers and critics alike, and the results have been nothing short of spectacular.

One of the great features of Happy Birthday is its world-building, making it one of Telugu cinema's best films. Streaming does not do it justice.

With a bill pass, the film gets going quickly and the humour works nicely in the film, which keeps you engaged throughout its running length.

Although the audience didn't notice it during the fun, the picture would have been on a new level if the emotion had been properly put, and the conclusion is mad nevertheless, the film lacks the fundamental emotion.

Even though Happy Birthday is technically excellent, the Telugu audience has never seen the images and colour palette of Suresh Sarangam before. They all did a great job, especially Lavanya Tripati and Vennela Kishore.

When it comes to cinematic offerings, Happy Birthday is a must-see for fans of unconventional flicks, so don't miss out on this one.

Rating: 3.5/5

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