Kiran Abbavaram, who entered the industry with the movie ‘Rajavaru Ranigaru’, gained recognition with the movie ‘SR Kalyana Mandapam’. Big production houses in Tollywood have recognized Kiran’s talent and are giving him successive opportunities. Kiran who has already done the movie ‘Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha’ in Geeta Arts.. Now this ‘Meter’ movie has been made with the support of a big production house like Mythri Movie Makers.
Presented by Mythri Movie Makers, ‘Meter’ is produced by Chiranjeevi (Cherry) and Hemalatha Pedamallu under Clap Entertainment banner. A new director named Ramesh Kaduri is getting introduced to the industry through this movie. Tamil actress Atulya Ravi played the heroine opposite Kiran Abbavaram. Along with the already released, the teaser has entertained the audience. It has been made clear that this movie is going to be an out and out action entertainer. The trailer released today gave more clarity on the film.
Kiran Abbavaram will be seen as a rogue police officer in this movie. If you see the trailer, it is clear that he is a reckless policeman who does as he pleases without considering anyone. Automatically this police officer falls in love with a girl. This policeman has a conflict with a powerful politician. The ‘topper of the batch’ police officer, who was a hooligan until then, does his duty seriously with the motivation given by his father. However, it is understood that the director directed this movie with a pure commercial formula in a comedy angle. Tried to cultivate comedy with 30 years of industry Prithvi and Saptagiri.
‘A girl who has crossed the threshold of a chick should be very careful. If you find it, it will be biryani. Prithvi’s dialogue with the heroine, ‘If you are found, you will become Battai’ indicates the comedy angle in this film. The villain’s dialogue that says ‘One should be fearless before God and fear before the strong…’ shows his stamina. The dialog routine of the police chief saying ‘This is the best recruitment in the history of the department’ seems too much. Overall the trailer is impressive but it feels like a routine mass entertainer.