Temper Telugu Movie ReviewFeature Film | UA | Comedy, Thriller
Struggle faced in the Childhood forces Inspector Daya (NTR) to corruption. Daya mints money joining hands with Waltair Vasu, a smuggler based in Vishakapatnam. However unknowingly Daya becomes a support to a rape of a woman which later forces change in him. Daya resorts to a supreme sacrifice to make sure the culprits are pinned down. What is that? How does he manage to take them to gallows is the rest of the story.
Temper can be easily termed as NTR's all time best performance. Puri Jagannadh totally made use of his energy and acting capabilities like never before in recent years. Hard work put in by Tarak will be felt in every frame. The dance in the title song, his styling, chiseled body, performance in the second half is the testimony of his commitment. The Police station scene and the court scene will be etched in the memory of viewers for a very long time.
Kajal is more of a glam doll in the movie and has nothing to do in terms of acting. Prakash Raj is good as a baddies. Posani is exemplary as honest constable. Sapthagiri is okay.
This is the best script work of Puri Jagannadh after a long time. He cleverly exploited NTR to the fullest and as well as made sure he has a winner in the form of the script. Vakkantham Vamsi deserves a mention here. Puri however should keep a check on the vulgarity in his films which are bound to make family audience uncomfortable. The first half of the film should have been better.
Anup Rubens does a decent job for his first big star mass film. Mani Sharma's background score is a major asset for the film. It has taken many crucial emotional scenes in the second half to the next level. Sekhar has done a good job with the editing.
Finally Tarak's one man show completely over shadows all the weaklinks of the film. After a slightly disappointing first half, you will be taken to a roller coaster ride till the end of the film. Definitely Puri and Tarak has a winner in their hand. NTR fans will cherish the film for a very long time.
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