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Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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Major Movie Details

Sashi Kiran Tikka directs Major, a 2022 Indian biographical action drama film produced by Sony Pictures International Productions, G. Mahesh Babu Entertainment, and A+S Movies. The film, which was shot simultaneously in Telugu and Hindi, follows the life of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, an army officer who was murdered in the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Adivi Sesh also writes the script and plays the title character. Prakash Raj, Sobhita Dhulipala, Saiee Manjrekar, Revathi, Murali Sharma, and Anish Kuruvilla also appear in the film.

 

Major Movie Release Date

Major had limited theatrical release on 24 May 2022 in selected cities across India and it was released across worldwide on 3 June 2022.

Major Movie OTT Release Date

Major depicts Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s life from childhood to commanding officer of Operation Black Tornado, as well as the risk taken by Sandeep Unnikrishnan and several Indian soldiers to save the lives of numerous hostages in Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Palace Hotel on November 26, 2008, during the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

 

Major Movie Cast

  • Adivi Sesh as Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan
  • Prakash Raj as K. Unnikrishnan
  • Sobhita Dhulipala as Pramoda Reddy
  • Saiee Manjrekar as Isha Agarwal
  • Revathi as Dhanalakshmi Unnikrishnan
  • Murali Sharma as Commander Shera
  • Anish Kuruvilla as Hotel Manager Rodriguez
  • Abhinav Singh Raghav as NDA Batchmate Harsh
See also  Kaithi (2019)

 

Major Movie Review

You know how they say that funerals are for the living rather than the dead? You’d be mistaken if you assumed Sashi Kiran Tikka’s Major was only a tribute to the 26/11 martyrs. This film is a homage to the sacrifices that a lonely wife must make when her husband is away fighting bad guys, sacrifices that parents must make while wishing that their son is not called to war. This film is dedicated to individuals whose sacrifices are rarely recognized, despite the fact that they are frequently the ones left in sadness.

Sandeep Unnikrishnan (Adivi Sesh) is born with a protective instinct. He is terrified, but he will not hesitate to put himself in danger to save someone’s life. It’s no surprise that even as a small child, he is attracted by the ‘uniform’ and the soldier’s way of life. But what exactly does it mean to be a soldier? Is it giving up being a good husband and son, putting oneself first on the battlefield, or going to the extremities of being a sacrificial lamb with no regard for self-preservation? Even as he wrestles with these issues, a tragedy shocks the country, and Sandeep, who is now an NSG major, is called upon to help.

Going into Major, you already know how the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist assault would unfold; you also know that Sandeep will become a martyr. So how do you convey a story when the audience is already familiar with the essential plot points? While one might nitpick and conceive of alternative methods, director Sashi Kiran Tikka and screenwriter Adivi Sesh choose to focus on Sandeep the human as a whole rather than just Sandeep the martyr. When the unavoidable occurs, you mourn not only a soldier who gave his life for his country, but also a life that he could’ve lived. It would be an injustice to reveal any more details about this coming-of-age story.

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A powerful technical crew supports Adivi Sesh, Saiee Manjrekar (who portrays his childhood sweetheart Isha) and Shobitha Dhulipala (who plays a businessman named Pramoda). Saiee is given a character with heart, one who is thoroughly filled out rather than existing for the sake of existing. Shobhitha’s Pramoda is also as comprehensive as she can be given the circumstances. The lines of Abburi Ravi and the music of Sricharan Pakala brazenly play on your emotions, but they do it skillfully for the most part. It is, in fact, one of their best works. The cinematography in Vamsi Patchipulusu ranges from dreamy to oppressive, depending on the moment, and Vinay Kumar Sirigineedi and Kodati Pavan Kalyan make some savvy editing decisions that stand out in critical scenes. Naba’s action moments are also noteworthy.

However, the film is not without defects. In some parts, Abburi Ravi’s speeches and Sricharan’s music are a touch too heavy handed, urging you to feel a certain way before you naturally feel it. Even while Sandeep and Isha’s story grows stronger as the film proceeds, their meet-cute fails to have the expected effect. Certain tracks concerning Sandeep’s army comrades appear to be missing. There are a few additional problems one may nitpick, but the film’s non-linear storyline doesn’t really allow you to ponder much. However, it should be mentioned that the film isn’t true, both in terms of how the events of 9/11 unfolded and how Sandeep allegedly handled them.

Adivi Sesh is given the job of a lifetime, and he seizes it with both hands. He does an excellent job of portraying both a smooth-faced youngster who may appear naive and a man who understands what he wants out of life and is prepared to fight for it, even if circumstances don’t always allow it. Saiee is the right age for the part, yet she comes across as raw and unskilled in the emotional parts. Shobitha performs admirably, as do Murli Sharma and Anish Kuruvilla. Prakash Raj and Revathi, who play Sandeep’s parents, are excellent in their roles. Everything from the way they adore their baby to the way they grieve him is heartbreakingly true.

See also  Boomerang (2019)

Major is mostly an action drama in which guns and bombs become the standard after a certain length of time, but the picture does a wonderful job of choosing a personal tone over a jingoistic one, even when the latter would have been easier. This one is worth seeing on the big screen; you won’t be sorry.

Duration: 130 min

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IMDb: 9.2

Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Major (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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