Film: Wild Dog
Starring: Saiyami Kher, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Dia Mirza
Director: Ahishor Solomon
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Writer/Director Ahishor Solomon's Wild Dog featuring Nagarjuna Akkineni, Dia Mirza, and Saiyami Kher has at last shown up at the theaters. Wild Dog is a film that manages the dread assaults. Already the movie was to straightforwardly debut on an OTT stage, however Nagarjuna dropped the consent to deliver it in theaters.
Wild Dog begins with terrorism intimidation related occurrences and makes it clear in the absolute starting point that it is a film about anti-terrorism warfare tasks. At the point when bomb impact tears Pune city, the case is given over to NIA and Vijay Varma is gotten back to lead the case. After realizing that the driving force behind the impacts is Khalid Bhatkal, Vijay Varma's group intend to catch him in Mumbai. Their arrangement turns out badly and Khalid getaways to Nepal. As the story advances, the examination done by NIA group in regards to the dread exercises in India drives them to Nepal. How Nag and his group pursue and track down the terrorists frames the remainder of the story.
The makers attempted to get a reasonable involvement in no unwanted masala elements and additional components which is apparent and another benefit to the film is that it's not simply a limited show and the screenplay attempts to adjust between characters particularly the group of Operation Wild Dog. The film is a decent endeavor to make an account of overlooked yet truly great individuals with heaps of energetic substance and discoursed. A scene before interlude and the peak is very much created and stay the feature of the film.
Wild Dog is an alternate film in Nagarjuna's filmography, however numerous films have come in the past in this class and this doesn't offer anything obviously unique to stand apart among them. In addition Ahishor Solomon, who is likewise the writer, picked a prosaic introduction and portrayal design. An alternate methodology in introduction would have made this a great film. By the by Ahishor Solomon stood faithful to unique story and didn't weaken it for including business or different components.
The film has a dull first half as not a lot occurs during this time. The film begins a great note yet a similar grasp isn't proceeded. Things become intriguing just during the span point. The rush that a terrorism based film needs to have is absent during the primary half.The story is basic as the procedures are clear. The way where NIA tracks the psychological militants need to look grasping however that isn't the situation here. Wild Dog has such countless rehashed scenes and the interest of what will occur next is missing.
Directed by Ahishor Solomon, who is otherwise called the screenwriter of successful movies like 'Oopiri' and 'Maharshi', the set-up of 'Wild Dog' is basic, however fascinating. The principal half of the film centers around bomb impacts, presenting Nagarjuna and his time, recognizing the enemy. It goes clearly. At the span point, the film takes a sensational turn and goes to the fundamental plot point – ' Operation Wild Dog', a secret activity to grab Khalid Bhatkal. The last minutes are grippingly described. The nail-gnawing climax, which is by all accounts roused by Ben Affleck's film 'Argo', makes the film watchable. The stunts in the subsequent half are likewise shot well.
Nagarjuna is the greatest in addition to points of the film. He looks incredibly fit as the NIA official and does well on the whole the activity scenes. His character has been displayed in a practical way and Nag does very well in this arrangement. Sayami Kher enters the scene in the subsequent half and is acceptable in her action pressed job. Diya Mirza as Nag's better half sparkles in a couple of scenes. Thaman's BGM is simply normal and does not have the punch. The editing is respectable and the action shots have been planned well. The film has slick exchanges and a decent creation plan.
Final Word - Wild Dog has its exciting minutes with a vivacious Nagarjuna. It's an action dramatization with a grasping premise. In the event that you are searching for something else from the cliched action movies and conventional Telugu masala film stories, this may work to a degree.
Watch it for the Second Half and Realistic Action!