Cast: Tanish, Rishika Khanna, Archana Singh, Bhanushree Mehra, Kabir Duhan Singh, Raja Ravindra, Tarzan,Gagan Vihari, Amit, Ravi Kale, C/O Kancharepalem Raju and others
Music: Sunil Kashyap
Banner: Mirth India, Himalaya Studios Mansions
Tanish is testing his luck with Maro Prasthanam directed by Johny. The film is releasing today in a grand manner. Let us see what is offered to movie lovers.
Shiva (Tanish) is the right-hand man of the dreaded gangster Narayana Rao Rane (Kabir Duhan Singh). They get information that an informer is leaking their information to the top police officials. They will try to find out who it is. To find out where this leads to and what connection Yuvidha (Muskan Sethi), Naini (Rishika Khanna), and naval officer Atul (Raja Ravindra) form the rest of the story.
Director Johny tried to thrill viewers with a spy action entertainer. But except for the usage of spy cameras, he offered nothing new. He came with a routine story, screenplay, and direction testing the patience of movie lovers. Tanish came with single expressions and his physique also did not match his character. Kabir Duhan Singh offered nothing much. Rishika Khanna and Muskan Sethi turned caricatures. Director failed to get the optimum out of the cast and crew. Sunil Kashyap’s music and background score is routine. The cinematography of MN. Balreddy is average. Editing of Kranti offered nothing. Production values are ok.