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The Warriorr Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, July 14, 2022 • Hindi ]
The Warriorr Review
Srinivasa Silver Screen
Ram Pothineni, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Krithi Shetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu
Srinivasaa Chitturi
Devi Sri Prasad

The Warriorr Movie Review

'The Warriorr' hit the screens today. In this section, we are going to review the latest box office release.


Dr Satya (Ram Pothineni) is a doctor who feels extremely enraged when a young man he is treating is killed by the henchmen of Guru (Aadhi Pinisetty). Now, Guru is a dreaded goonda in Kurnool. When Satya takes on Guru as a doctor, he fails miserably. This is when he takes a stunning decision. What is it? Will he be able to ever pulverize Guru, the aspiring politician? What consequences does he face in the process?

The Warriorr Movie Review


Director N Lingusamy makes his Telugu film debut with a formulaic story that hardly attempts to go beyond template scenes. The hero-villain scenes are routine, with most of them making little sense. There is no trace of novelty anywhere.

The only element that looks somewhat refreshing is that the hero starts out as a doctor. The MBBS-qualified doctor turns into an IPS officer, driven by some experiences in life. Even here, the element is made to look hackneyed. There is no unpredictability factor, considering that the film was promoted as a police story from the beginning.

The Warriorr Movie Review

A Radio Jockey named Whistle Mahalakshmi (Krithi Shetty) becomes the glamorous face of the film. Her love track with Sathya is puffy. The dialogues between them are lifeless. Had it not been for the Bullet Song and the Whistle Song, the romantic track would have been a punishing mess.

In the first hour, Ram's character is just learning about the goings-on in Kurnool, which is under the vice-like grip of Guru. The second hour has him sport a macho look, complete with a twirled moustache. He is now super masculine and is raring to take on Guru.

The Warriorr Movie Review

The characters played by Nadhiya and Brahmaji are unexciting. The former is a doting mother who looks gloomy even in perfectly happy scenes. The latter is a corrupted cop who is at the beck and call of Guru.

The trajectory of the story is predictable to a T. You can even predict some of Sai Madhav Burra's dialogues. Wonder why the director himself couldn't have written those kindergarten-level lines. Did he really need the writer of 'RRR' for that?

Action director Anbu Arivu seems to have been practising non-violence in real life. There is no sense of action in the dishum-dishum in the film. Only when blood spills do we know for sure that it's a fight.

The Warriorr Movie Review

Devi Sri Prasad's BGM can be written off; it's as impactful as Ajay's character in the film (if you are searching for Ajay's character in the film, well, keep searching). The cinematography and other technical departments don't cover themselves in glory.


'The Warriorr' tells an utterly predictable, template-heavy story.

Rating: 2.5 / 5.0

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