- Movie Name: Taxiwala
- Star Cast: Vijay Deverakonda, Priyanka Jawalkar, Malavika Nair
- Director: Rahul Sankrityayan
- Music Director: Jakes Bejoy
- Cinematographer: Sujith Sarang
- Production House: Geetha Arts, UV Creations
- Release Date: 17-11-18
- Movie Rating; 3.0/5.0
Young hero Vijay Devarakonda’s Taxiwaala Releasing today in Grand Manner. The movie has been delayed since long and the film was hit by piracy this is a peculiar situation for the Film’s unit, Despite the piracy with the help of Vijay Deverakonda’s craze and Promising Promos, the film managed to create good buzz over Let’s See Taxiwala Movie Review.
Story: Shiva (Vijay Deverakonda) who finishes his college is on the lookout the job. He comes to the city in search of a job and tries his hand on multiple odd jobs but quits them soon. He decides to become a cab driver and buys a second-hand vintage car, He gives it a complete makeover and starts using it as a Cab with OLA. He falls in love with Anu (Priyanka Jawalkar) who took a ride in his cab, Soon after he notices some paranormal activity inside the car and explains the same to his friends. The twist in tale arises as a passenger dies suspiciously. Shiva learns that the ghost is on a revenge spree, is it really a ghost? Rest of the story why is the ghost residing in the car? What are the reasons behind it? How does Shiva deal with that? Forms the rest of the story of the film.
Performances: Vijay Deverakonda has delivered a fantastic performance again. He looks perfect and stylish in Shiva role as a struggling young guy and a cab driver, He acts with ease, his mark comic timing and in the emotional episodes. Priyanka Jawalkar is beautiful and she performed well. Malavika Nair surprised the viewers, she gets a key role and she delivered the best performance in her role. Comedians Madhunandan, Chammak Chandra, New guy Vishnu aka Hollywood have evoked the fun. Especially the young guy who played a character of Hollywood is super fun. The movie also has Ravi Prakash, Ravi Varma, Uttej, Shiju Menon, and Yesteryear heroines the Yamuna, Kalyani is done justice to their given roles.
Technical Aspects: The movie music composed by Jakes Bejoy is decent and he delivers a stunning Background score, which is sync with the movie and elevates several scenes. The cinematography by Sujith Sarang is fantastic and it gives a fresh look. The production values by Geetha Arts 2 and UV Creations banners are rich. The movie Director Rahul Sankrityan made his debut with the movie The End (2014), After a long Gap He come up with Taxiwaala, He has chosen a simple and well-known plot but The way he has deal with the script and brought out an engaging story with hilarious situational comedy is impressive, he added commercial elements and supernatural elements to make the movie more intriguing.
- Vijay Devarakonda Performance
- Engaging Screenplay
- Weak Flashback
- Dragged climax
Verdict: Taxiwala is an interesting thriller film. The movie first half is decent with rib-tickling entertainment, supernatural elements, romance, and the interval bang are impressive then the second half also starts well but the pre-climax bit dragged. Even though the movie has a bunch of the scenes twists and turns in this film and Vijay Deverakonda‘s hand some screen Presense , Hillirious situational comedy will surely impress the audience.