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Taxiwala Movie PreReview: A Fuel Burning Thriller molded around Fast Gear Shifting Comedy

Taxiwala Movie PreReview: A Fuel Burning Thriller molded around Fast Gear Shifting Comedy
Written by Aman Kumar Singh

When you add high octane fuel burning car actions with western style gadgets and Indian style stomach churning comedy you get Taxiwala. Directed by Rahul Sankrityan Taxiwala is an Indian Telugu comedic thriller film starring Vijay Deverakonda, Priyanka Jawalkar, and Malavika Nair in the leading roles. The role for Taxiwala’s lead was written keeping Vijay’s looks and personality in mind, Vijay who has ‘Pellichoopulu’ and ‘Arjun Reddy’ under his belt which were blockbusters at the Tollywood box-office.  His romantic love story ‘Arjun Reddy’ was well-received by the audience and critics alike as the film beat the box-office collections with nearly ₹515 million worldwide. And after his success he is flooded with new and exciting film offers.

The film at its heart is comedy and it can be enjoyed by everyone no matter what age group they belong to, it will please the audience well. And when the directors and scriptwriters said it was written keeping Vijay in mind it was true as the role he plays in the film comes out as natural, be it his comedy, stunts, actions or his dialogues delivery, it feels like Vijay feels comfortable in his role in Taxiwala and it will surprise the audience.

Talking about Taxiwala and not talking about the car used in it would be unfair, the car used in the film looks like an old 60s american muscle and its engine too sounds the same, the car dons sweet rims and accessories, everything about it screams classic. The car itself is one of the major focal point of the film as Vijay is seen in and around his car a lot and the car itself adds much to the film.

Talking about the other elements of the film the viewers will feast their eyes with the creative element of the film as it is of an extraordinary level. The cinematography is done by Sujith Sarang, the pans camera movement feels fluid and sets the scenes for the film. The music of the film is given by music director Jakes Bejoy who has worked on numerous Malayalam and Telugu films while the story and dialogues are written by Sai Kumar Reddy and songs by Krishna Kanth. The use of lights, environment and elements to film’s advantage is done in a well manner. At some points it feels like it is not an Indian film but a dark hollywood noir film which is saying a lot.
Overall, Taxiwala is a good film and Vijay has another hit in his name. One can go to the Big screens to see it if they want a good laugh with thriller and action. The audience won’t be disappointed.
Taxiwala Movie Review: A Fuel Burning Thriller molded around Fast Gear Shifting Comedy
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