Banner: Annam Film International
Starcast: Shaam, Mallika Kapoor, Vivek
Producer: C. VijayaKumar
Editing: Suresh Ars
It really makes us doubted whether Shaam has gone scatter-brained on choosing flimsy scripts. He had a great break through on his Telugu movie ‘Kick‘. But still, here’s a film that will wash off his earned reputation. ‘Antony Yaar‘ is a film that portrays him in the role of a savior of fisherman community who fights against the baddies. There isn’t anything appreciative about the film and here goes the synopsis.
The film centers on Antony (Shaam) an orphan by birth being raised by the church father (Rajesh). He dwells one amongst the fisherman community across the seashores and their area is owned by Michael (Director Lal), a ruffian. The entire film is about Antony getting ahead seeking for justice of innocent fisherman who is always troubled by Michael.
So, what happens next? Watch the pathetic results on the screens if you can…
As mentioned earlier, the film has nothing in special to speak about. Shaam can better keep away from such films if he wants to survive in film industry. Malikka Kapoor has lost her charm in debut film and she has nothing to do here. Vivek indeed tries his level best in entertaining the audiences with comedy tracks. But that doesn’t exceed your expectations and never help saving the ship from sinking.
None of the technical aspects are convincing. Songs are not worthy heeding to and cinematographer is so amateurish.
On the whole, ‘Antony Yaar’ is a film that has no probabilities of surviving at box office.