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7 Telugu Movie Review, Rating

- 2.5/5
7 Telugu Movie Review, Rating

What Is Good

  • Hot heroines
  • Cinematography
  • Background score

What Is Bad

  • Screenplay
  • Editing
  • Predictable twists
  • Song placements
Bottom Line: An uninteresting thriller where glamour works


One movie that has caught much attention due to the presence of multiple heroines and a single hero and thrilling premise with loads of suspense and glam happens to be seven. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net seven review.

A mystery man named Karthik goes missing, and the case comes to police officer Rahman, but he has more reasons to get confused than to conclude or search as seven women claim him to be their lover/ husband, and another man claims he's not Karthik but Krishnamurthy and this leaves Rahman confused. Was Rahman able to find Karthik and resolve the mystery is what seven is all about.

Star Performance

Havish doesn't have much acting scope and he's rather disinterested and his performance doesn't engage, but the girls are equally glamorous with Regina Cassandra, Aditi Arya, Nandita Swetha, Tridha Chaudhary, Pujitha Ponnada and Anisha Ambrose are seductive and sensuous besides emoting adequately. Rahman is impressive in his powerful role.  In fact, the entire movie revolves around the way he enquires the case. His Telugu dubbing is not as impressive as the Tamil. Most of the heroines' sole purpose is just glamor and we have enough of it. 

Techinical Team

Chaitan Baradwaj's background score is interesting but his songs are not hum-worthy. Cinematography by Nizar Shafi is top notch and Seven is visually classy and glossy while editing by Praveen KL could have been better. Also, the plot is similar to Tamil movie 'Naan Avan Illai' which released a while ago. In fact, that movie even had a sequel. Seven is mostly in the same lane. However, the screenplay in the investigation differs. The only thread which makes the movie unique is that. 


Debutant director Nizar Shafi has taken an interesting premise on the lines of Naan Avanillai and has hotter heroines as well. However the screenplay isn't engaging enough. The first half moves at a leisurely pace with dull and monotonous proceedings, and reaches momentum at interval, however the second half drags big time, ending in a cliched flashback and predictable finale. Only the glamorous heroines, the occasional twists and superb cinematography and visual treat are the High points of seven which ends as an average outing.

Cast & Crew

2 / 5 - 8874
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