'Temper' is for those who like cop movies
Critic's Rating: 3/5
Wednesday 13 May 2015
Jr NTR, Kajal Aggarwal, Prakash Raj, Posani Krishna Murali, Jayaprakash Reddy, Ali
What Temper is about:
A corrupt police officer has a change of heart when he deals with a case that involves a powerful smuggler family and a brutal gang rape.
When Daya, an orphaned boy, gets caught for a petty crime, he is awed by the respect cops get in society. His first brush with the law teaches him how a policeman can earn quick bucks. He decides to become a police officer by hook or As an adult, Daya uses a few shortcuts and fulfills his childhood dream. He soon becomes notorious within his department for his corrupt ways. He gets transferred to Visakhapatnam, a city where smuggler Don Waltair Vasu and his brothers dominate the mafia.
Daya and Vasu become thick friends. All is well until Daya meets Sanvi (Kajal Aggarwal) and falls deeply in love. When thugs from the Waltair Vasu Camp try to kill Sanvi, Daya stops them. The young couple finds out that this was a case of mistaken identity - The criminals' target was another girl, not Sanvi.
Sanvi makes Daya promise that he would protect the girl who the gang was searching for. Daya's investigations lead him to uncover the story of a brutal gang rape and blackmail. The corrupt cop has a change of heart. How he deals with this crime forms the rest of the story.
- Jr. NTR as Daya
- Combination scenes of NTR and Posani Krishna Murali. Though we dont understand the significance of some dialogues in the first half, they are linked to some scenes in second half.
- Fight scene in the police station, Court scene.
Imagine Mahesh as a police officer in Businessman and Gopichand with negative shades in Golimaar - That would give you the lead character of Temper.
Who might like this movie:
People who want to see Jr. NTR in a different character, those who like cop movies, and those who followed the Nirbhaya rape case.
Time pass comedy entertainer
Average comedy entertainer
Decent rural family entertainer
Soubin Shahir and Mamta Mohandas shine in this conventional film