Review of the film Dongalunnaru Jagratha: A suspenseful survival tale

Dongalunnaru Jagratha is an Argentine-Spanish crime novel inspired by 4x4 . The film, directed by Satish Tripura, features Sri Simha Koduri, Preethi Asrani, Samuthirakani, Srikanth Iyengar, and Preethi Asrani .

Story: Raju (Sri Simha Koduri), a mechanic married to Neeraja (Preethi Asrani), leads a double life as a thief without her knowledge.When he breaks into a black color SUV, the soon-to-be father who robs stereos and valuables from breaking into vehicles gets into serious trouble.Chakravarthi (Samuthirakani), the driver of the custom-built car, uses it as a trap machine.Raju is greeted with a call from the doctor, who begins to play with him physically and emotionally.

Do you know how to survive?Review: Sri Simha Koduri, who is best known for his signature films like Mathu Vadalara and Thellavarithe Guruvaram, has once again played a villain with a twist.The audience would react to Raju's first attempts and his motivation to get out of the car.When the doctor appears, he speaks over a call on the vehicle stereo, the story begins to unfold.

Preethi Asrani, as Neeraj, played her part in her deficiency, while Samuthirakani, as the nurse, impresses with his voice and screen presence.As a police officer, Srikanth Iyengar plays a supporting role.Satish Tripura, the director of the Volkswagen, did a fine job at conveying emotion from a small car's space.The climax may have been better as it enters familiar territory.

The film, directed by Satish Tripura, features Sri Simha Koduri, Samuthirakani, Srikanth Iyengar, and Preethi Asrani is thought-provoking Paul Nicodemus, a scholar at the University of Cape Town, is a writer.