The movie opens with Chiranjeevi Sarja‘s mass introduction. For the first-time he plays a negative shade in the movie. Chiranjeevi Sarja(Jai) is a drug dealer. With the tag line ‘Asali Aata Eega Shuru’, the movie is all about a reality show ‘Aatagara’ with 10 contestants.
Story moves further where all these 10 contestants with different background head towards a isolated island. Twist in the tail is when, contestants start missing and gets brutally killed.
Did all these 10 contestants have a common enemy? Who is the murderer? What is the reason behind this reality show Aatagara? To know, watch the movie in the nearest theatres.
All the artists play a equal role in the movie. Chiranjeevi Sarja will be liked for his dialogue delivery, performing action sequences and also cracking comedy in between. Meghana Raj and Parul Yadav play glamorous role which will be liked throughout the movie.
Dwarkish, Anu Prabhakar, Arohitha Gowda, Achyuth Kumar, Prakash Belwadi, Sadhu Kokila, RJ Nethra, Pavana and Veena Sundar have given their best performances.
Best acting by Ananth Nag, Rohit Padaki and Ravi Shankar who play an important role in wrapping up the movie.
First half of Aatagara is engaging and portrays comedy, action and emotions. Second half is nail-biting, thriller situations roll on the big screens which brings more excitement in viewers. Story and screenplay go hand in hand which is an important factor to be appreciated.
Cinematography by Satys Hegde is another commercial factor which adds more weightage to Aatagara.
KFI’s leading music director Anoop Seelin has composed the music to Aatagara. As usual, he has given best BGM which is very essentail for a thriller.
Rohit Padaki’s lyrics for ‘Taramayya’ marks as one of the best riddle song in the recent past.
After Aa Dinagalu, KM Chiatanya is back with yet another revolutinary script. Aatagara is just not a thriller, but ends with a striking social message to the viewers. A must watch.