Written and directed by Trinadh Velisala, the second part of Meka Suri released today. While the first part was gutsy with an overdose of violence, director Trinadh has promised a few crazy twists that will thrill the audience and also showcased the characterization of Meka Suri in another angle altogether which will be a good experience. Let us see what the second part has in the offering for viewers who have watched the first part.
The second part takes off from where it ends
While the actual culprit behind Rani’s (Sumaya Syed) murder is revealed, Meka Suri (Abhinay) takes over the system and joins hands with Naxals to eliminate all those who played with his life. In the process, he had to deal with the police. How he tackles amid the numerous twists and turns forms the rest of Meka Suri.
The actors do a decent job
The whole movie shoulders on Abhinay, who played the titular role with perfection. His physique and body language complement the rustic character he enacted. Pramod was pitch perfect in the role of ACP Arjun. Raghuram as Shravan was good in his role. We get to see glimpses of Sumaya in the second part as her character ends in the initial part. Most of the actors are new and have played their parts well.
The director connects the missing dots in the second part
As promised by Trinadh Velisala, there are several twists and turns in the second part which makes it an engaging watch while compared to the first part. Prajwal Krish’s music and background score worked well in elevation scenes and was uniform throughout. Pardhu Saina’s cinematography gets it right and has effectively captured the nuances of dark village atmosphere blended with the rustic look and feel. Editing is sharp and slick and the production values are up to the mark for a low budget flick.
WATCH OR NOT:
The second part of Meka Suri begins where it left and the director sticks to its genre until the end. When compared to the initial part, this one is certainly engaging and connects all the threads. At a run of 1 hour and 20 minutes, you may give it a try if you have an appetite for this violent genre. Given the dosage of violence and abusive language, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
Director: Trinadh Velisala
Writer: Trinadh Velisala
Cast: Abhinay, Sumaya, Pramod, Lirisha, Naresh Byreddy, Sharat Kumar
Music: Prajwal Krish
Cinematography: Pardhu Saina
Streaming on: Zee5