1945 Full Movie Review: "1945" - Disappointing Periodic Drama, Know Rana's Performance

1945 Full Movie Review, 1945 (2021) Movie Review

Release Date: January 07, 2022

IMDB Rating: 2/5

Cast: Rana Daggubati, Regina Cassandra, Sathyaraj, Nazar

Directed by: Satyashiva

Producer: c. Kalyan

Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Cinematography: Satya Ponmar

Editor: Gopi Krishna

With Corona entering the Third Wave this year a few other films have come into the race as the wallpapers have missed out on the big movies of the season. The movie "1945" starring Rana Daggubati as the hero is one of them. The film, which was shot in a periodic backdrop, was released today. Let's find out in the review how much this movie impressed the audience.

Movie Story:

In the story, the title of the film is set in 1945 in Burma. At the same time, however, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was preparing the INA to confront the British government. Adi (Rana Daggubati) on the other hand returns for his family and his business. At the same time, he had to marry the daughter (Regina) of Tashildar (Nazar), who worked for the British government. But how could Adi, who lived a different life for the War of Independence, have to join the Indian Army? How to face the strongest British army and finally know what their war will be like means that this movie is worth watching on the silver screen.

Plus points:

Needless to say the background in this film is a bit interesting. The pre-independence conditions for India, the whole setup also looks very impressive. Also the locations seen in the movie are good.

Rana's performance in this movie also looks solid. Everyone knows how mature Allready Rana is in his acting. Rana did a good job in the action part, which was crucial in the dialogue delivery as well as the behaviors of the time to suit the theme of the film.

Nazar also appeared in a good role and impressed. Yet Regina is also impressed with her performance in the film. She evoked good emotions in some key scenes. Along with them, Satya Raj also impressed by appearing to suit his screen space.

Minus points:

After watching the whole movie, the audience may not get a complete feeling though. Somewhere in the movie it feels like something is missing as Soul gets sidetracked. Also most of the scenes feel like they're stuck somewhere. It shows the director's failures.

Also another major minus is the fact that the original Rana Gonte is not heard in it. Also the elements that seem to be of great interest on the film also do not appear to be large.

As well as the fact that there are still a lot of depressing elements in the film, Rana seems to have no big interest in most of the scenes in the film. Also the main conflict point in the movie does not seem to be so elevated. Also the climax that ends meaninglessly is another big minus.

Technical Aspects:

The production values ​​in this film are somewhat good but there are flaws in the post production. Impresses the cinematography work in the technical team. The visuals in good locations are nice to adapt to the then background. Music is okay. The dialogues are good but it would be nice if Rana dubbed. Editing is not good. The director does not say much when it comes to Satya Shiva. His point is good but there seems to be a lot of error in the article. He failed to finish the movie in a very silly and meaningless way.

Final Verdict:

 All in all, this "1945" movie is totally impressive. Impressions are gained in a fluid, global, diffused way, but the film manages to entertain as well as inform. Also the director finds some structural value flaws. Overall, this is not a movie that can be seen in theaters with money.

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