Laatti Movie Review


Title: Laatti

CBFC Rating : UA

Run-Time: 2 Hrs 24 Mins

Release Date: 22-12-2022

Banner: Rana Productions

Cast: Vishal, Sunaina, Prabhu, Ramana, Sunny PN and Others

Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Cinematography: Balasubramanian, Balakrishna Thota

Editor: NB Srikanth

Producers: Ramana and Nandaa

Written & Directed By: A Vinoth Kumar

Vishal is known for high voltage action films. He has a considerable market in Telugu. He is coming with a power packed film Laatti. This film released in theatres today. Vishal participated aggressively in promotions. Let us see how the film turned out to be.


Murali Krishna (Vishal) is a constable in Narayanaguda Police Station. He is a specialist in giving lockup treatment to the accused. He gets suspended for some reasons and gets back his back on the recommendation of a DIG Kamal (Prabhu). But the DIG seeks favour from Murali Krishna on a criminal Veera Veera (Ramana), son of a Don Sura (Sunny PN). But that lands Murali Krishna and his family in deep trouble. How he saved his family from menacing villains forms the crux of the story.


Vishal is apt in the role of a sincere cop who is hell bent in saving his family from the goons. He is impressive and delivers his best. he shoulders the film especially during action sequences. He gave very intense performances in the fight scenes. It needed a lot of physical activity. Vishal deserves applause for his dedication. His emotional act during climax stands out.

Sunaina plays the wife character. She looks good and did decent performance. Prabhu is okay. Munishkanth is alright. The kid Lirish Raghav is good in the given role.


Vishal’s Intense Performance

Interesting Screenplay

Action Sequences

Interval And Climax


Thin Story

Weak Villains


Director Vinoth Kumar has takes a simple plot but with engaging screenplay he manages to sustain interest. The setting is right and the treatment is done in a logical manner. The film gets gripping towards interval and sets expectations for the second half with a solid interval block. But, the second half gets slow and story doesnt move forwards. But, it remains only for sometime and the stage is set for the final 40 minute emotional and action ride. Vishal in his tailor made role breaths life to the proceedings. The action sequences deserve a special mention and stand as major highlight in the film. 

Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music in songs could have been better. His BGM is top-notch in action scenes. Cinematography by Balasuramaniem and Balakrishna Kolli is impressive. The production values are of good quality and did an impressive job with dubbing.

Rating: 3 / 5
Bottom-line: Intense & Emotional Action Film


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