Nikhil Siddhartha is back on the big screen with another pan-Indian film Spy after crushing the box office with Karthikeya 2. The film was released worldwide today in five languages including Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam. Several moviegoers flocked to the theaters to watch the film and it opened with good reviews. It seems that the actor has managed to live up to the expectations of his fans.
Directed by film editor Garry BH making his debut, Rana Daggubati appears in a cameo and the film also stars Abhinav Gomatam, Aryan Rajesh and Sanya Thakur. Iswarya Menon is the female lead of the film. The film revolves around a RAW agent named Jai, who unravels the connection between a notorious arms dealer and the secrets of the famous freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandrabose.
Several netizens who watched the film took to Twitter and shared their reviews. While some have praised the visuals and climax, a few called it a “cliché Spy thriller.” One user wrote: “The most clichéd spy thriller. The script must have been written by movies found on IMDB with keywords like ‘agent’, ‘cover blow up’ and ‘safe house’. And the desperate attempt to make money on the current political climate with Netaji’s story falls flat.” Another praised Spy and wrote, “What a movie content, screenplay, BGM Top Notch. Excellent performance by Nikhil.
Nikhil Siddhartha’s pan-Indian film Spy is receiving good response. Check out the audience review below
Nikhil Siddhartha on Spy
Nikhil Siddhartha plays the role of a spy on a mission to retrieve the documents and also avenge his brother’s death. The actor revealed why he accepted the film and shared his excitement in an exclusive chat with Pinkvilla: “It’s a genre I’ve always been a fan of. Ever since I saw Jason Bourne, Mission Impossible and all those movies, I’ve I’ve always dreamed of doing a spy thriller where I play someone protecting the country.”
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