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Tiger Galli

Out Of Theatre
27 Oct, 2017 2 hrs 02 mins A
Sathish Ninasam, Bhavana Rao, Yamuna Srinidhi, M.N. Lakshmi Devi, Sai Krishna
Synopsis
The climax of the film is a bit too stretched and the graphics are a major disappointment. If you like old-school gore and loud dialogues, this could film interest you, but be warned of its flimsy plot and lengthy climax.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Vishnu is a happy-go-lucky guy, who leads a life with his mother and friends. The area he lives in is a haven for the mafia. What happens when his carefree existence crosses the path of these dangerous men, who are set to torture his mother and her dairy business?

Ravi Srivatsa is known for his underworld films. He is arguably one of the few makers who can weave tales from the underbelly and serve them with a good commercial touch. Unfortunately, Tiger Galli is not one such. What begins with an interesting background with voice-overs of how the city's underbelly is a stark difference from the metropolis that Bengaluru is, soon ends up being a loud-fest of dialogues and blood bath. To add to the diversity portfolio, there is a Saikumar-like lady cop as well, who is, of course, time and again reminded that she is a woman and her modesty could be at risk.

Similarly, Vishnu, the budding gangster, also has a moll. This girl is again shown either in her bathtub aroused or around the hero (who seems to be a vestal virgin), trying to seduce him. The film could have been a slick narrative of the underworld, but it ends up being a crazy loud fest that often manages to distract you with its archaic approach. The cinematography for this film could give Ram Gopal Varma new ideas when it comes to close-up or weird angles.

For his part, Ninasam Sathish has given his all and his earnestness is commendable. The two leading ladies fail because of rather inappropriate dubbing. While one is a loud cop who spews dialogues non-stop and can get overwhelming, the other has the most annoying raunchy talk that makes one want to laugh unintentionally. Giriraj, Ayyappa Sharma and Shivamani are effective as villains, while Yamuna seems good, but her theatrics often seem over the top.

The climax of the film is a bit too stretched and the graphics are a major disappointment. If you like old-school gore and loud dialogues, this could film interest you, but be warned of its flimsy plot and lengthy climax.
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