Guntur Talkies Critics Review Star Rating Report & First Day Collection

Guntur Talkies Critics Review Star Rating Report & First Day Collection :- Directed by Pravin Sattaru Telugu romantic comedy action drama film Guntur Talkies went on screens this Friday in theatres worldwide on 4 March 2016 with too much of hype that was being generated because of the mind blowing response that bits previously released trailers & promos have got. Featuring Rashmi Gautam, Shraddha Das, Naresh and Siddu Jonnalagadda in lead roles this movie has made a superb opening at box office India as it has emerged as a clear winner in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.


“Guntur Talkies” is a romantic comedy entertainer, which is high on erotic quotient. Hari (Sidhu) is a 25-year-old guy, who is allegedly in a relationship with a neighbour. Giri (Naresh) is a 40-year-old married man, whose wife elopes with a business man. Both Hari and Giri work at a medical shop in Guntur. One day, they rob huge amount of money and run away to remote cities. What happens next forms the crux of the story.

Guntur Talkies Positive and Negatives

Positive points of “Guntur Talkies”

1. Rashmi Gautam’s unique hot avatar

2. The direction and the screenplay is too good

3. Music of the film is very pleasant especially title track

Negative points of “Guntur Talkies”

1. There is no such a big star cast in the movie except Shraddha Das

2. Low buzz, promotions and publicity has been done

3. The expectations from the movie are too high

Guntur Talkies Star Rating 3.5/5* verdict for Guntur Talkies : Both the actresses Rashmi and Shraddha have done a fantastic job and some of their sequences are too hot to watch and you will definitely enjoy this film so from our side we give Guntur Talkies a thumbs up.

Guntur Talkies 1st Day Collection in India – Rs 9 crore (approx)

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