FIR 2022 Telugu Movie Review in 3Movierulz

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Cast: Vishnu Vishal, Manjima Mohan, Gautam Vasudevan Menon, Raiza Wilson, Reba Monica, etc.

Producer: Anand Joy, Subra

Directed by: Manu Anand

Submission: Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja

Editing: GK Prasanna

Cinematography: Arul Vincent

Music: Ashwani

Release Date: 2022-02-11

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FIR is the latest film starring Vishnu Vishal, who has earned star status with a huge hit in Tamil as Ratsasan (Ratsasan). He once again tried to impress the audience with his national security and investigative storyline. With the good response to the teasers and trailers, the expectations of this movie have increased tremendously. But did the FIR movie give Vishnu the same success as the monster movie? If we go into the matter of how the FIR film conveyed to the viewer.

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What is the FIR story? 

Irfan Ahmad (Vishnu Vishal), a Chemical Engineer, is a Gold Medalist at IIT. But working in a small chemical company and trying for a good job. He supplies chemicals to a Muslim company called Jazz. Under such circumstances, Abu Bakar Abdullah, an ISIS terrorist, is planning to carry out bomb blasts in various parts of Sri Lanka and India in an attempt to create havoc. NIA arrests Irfan on suspicion of blasts in Sri Lanka, Hyderabad

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Twists in FIR 

What kind of relationship does Irfan have with the international terrorist organization ISIS? Was Irfan involved in the Hyderabad airport blast? Who is Abubakar Abdullah? What is his relationship with the Telugu states? Who finally put a check on the Abubakar game. Is the Jazi religious organization affiliated with the International Terrorist Organization? The answer to these questions is the story of the FIR movie.

How is Fastoff? 

When it comes to FIR movies, it takes a lot of time to introduce the characters, and the prelude dose to organizations like ISIS and the NIA is a bit too much, making Fastoff feel like a documentary. Sentiment between mother and son, unclear love track all look a bit confusing. Will have to wait very patiently and patiently until the interval for the point of dealing with the real problem in the story.

The story revolves around Abubakar Abdullah with the elements of the second half routine, and it is quickly understood that the story did not spread in the film due to lack of interest. Vishnu Vishal's attempt to save the film with his performance amidst various flaws and illogical issues seems to be a bit sour. The film manages to entertain as well as inform. The twist on Vishnu Vishal (Irfan Ahmed) fails to thrill the viewer and gives the impression that the FIR movie is very ordinary.

Director Manu Anand is taking this 

Director Manu Anand's chosen point feels good. His efforts look like cheese poured in ashes as the story, the articles being stereotyped, the characters not being able to write strongly that make the story strong. The main weakness of the film is the inability of the scenes to evoke emotion in a story that challenges national security. The mother-son sentiment seems a bit strong for this film. The scene where the mother dies is not only emotionally impressive but also conveys the talent of the director.

FIR is a film that deals with national security, terrorism, patriotism, and mother-son sentiment. The film manages to entertain as well as inform, despite its powerful moments. Some unnecessary elements give the impression of a weak introduction to the story. Telugu audiences find it difficult to connect due to the presence of unfamiliar actors. Those who like films based on investigation, patriotism, and terrorism are likely to like the FIR. Overall, the movie did not feel like going to the theater.


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