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Jersey Movie Review Now Streaming On Disney+Hotstar Jersey, starring Nani in the lead role, came on screen this Friday. Here is our review of cricket-based family drama. Arjun (Nani) is a married man who is living a miserable life. He is survived by his wife Sara (Shraddha Srinath) and son Nani. If Sarah is dissatisfied with her isolated behavior and frustration at getting a job at a food corporation, her son loves her unconditionally. Just ten years ago, Arjun was in a growing creek champ. His career ended abruptly and he had to give up cricket altogether. In the present (1996), Arjun got a chance to give shots in international cricket.
Can he achieve near-impossible dreams at the age of 36? Can he get back all the respect of his soul mate? Speaking of his son, who sees a hero in him? The answers to this question are available in the second half. Writer-director Gautam Tinnanuri has really pushed the envelope again after the beautiful ‘Malli Rava’. She is not afraid of discomfort. His heroes can be dark but deep. His characters feel like ordinary animals but are extraordinary in a unique way. Jersey’s film deserves Telugu cinema. From the middle-class ‘kashtalu’ (financial, especially) to a father’s concern, the film is built on a level playing field.
Telling the jersey just the story of former cricketer Arjun (Nani), who fought at the convention to be elected to the Indian cricket team, is a grave injustice to the film, even if it eats away at itself. It is the love story of Sara (Shraddha Srinath) all her life, fighting to fall in love with the person who became her own.
This is the story of Assistant Coach Murthy (Satyaraj), who makes the orphan thicker and thinner and even beats him to his most reasonable best, in the hope that he will one day be able to help him achieve his dream. Most importantly, however, it is the story of a father who was so fascinated by his son Nani (Ronit Kamra) that he did not stoop low in front of his eyes and always wanted his birthday present. Gautam Tinnanuri has really taken this cake with his funny screenplay and story, Sanu Verkhez’s cinematography and Anirudh Ravichandran’s music have done something just to bring life to the film.
Despite the long runtime and leggy bits, the Naveen Nooli has done a very good job of editing the film, not sounding like a cricket documentary. If you’re an avid fan of cricket, check it out this weekend, as you’ll be sitting on the edge of your seat during the sports scene. Check it out for Grandma and the rest of the cast, who will force you to fall in love with their characters as soon as the last credit roll. But especially watch it for Gautam Tinnanuri, because it is not every day that any director can easily direct this kind of sports drama. The jersey will make you laugh, cry and scream out loud. The jersey, which was originally unveiled between 1986 and 1996, is a strange former Ranji cricketer Arjun (Nani), who undoubtedly turned out to be the best player of his time. Sara (Shraddha) is madly in love with Arjun and she marries him against her father’s wishes.
At the peak of his career when he was selected for the Indian team, Arjun decided to quit cricket after stepping down from politics in the selection committee. Reality hits him hard and he no longer lives as the arrogant Arjun because he reminds himself that he has a wife and a son to look after him. 10 years after he bid adieu in cricket, he started playing again to prove himself at 36 for the sake of his son.
Director: Gowtam Tinnanuri
Cast: Nani, Shraddha Srinath, Sathyaraj, Rao Ramesh