Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review: Despite the fact that the title and trailers make no mention of it, I can tell you that it is a Telugu movie. It’s probable that there’s a reason for this occurrence. Both the visual style and the subject matter of the film are, in my opinion, fresh to Telugu audiences. I’m looking forward to seeing the film because of the intriguing looks in the trailers. Sebastian is being released in theatres today, March 4, 2022, in the same way that Kiran Abbavaram has established himself as a different Telugu cinema director with his singular flicks.
The film has received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, and it is currently playing in theatres. The premise of this picture perfectly blends comedy and suspense. Look at how a film was made to see if it’s worth your time. Story Sebastian works as an undercover cop in Madanapalli Vil because of his poor night vision.
Sebastian works night shifts at the MLA house as a constable in Madanapalli village, which he dislikes but is forced to do due to orders; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder occurs while Sebastian is performing his duties; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder occurs while Sebastian is performing his duties; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder occurs while Sebastian is performing his duties; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder
Sebastian Cast & Crew
Sebastian is directed by Balaji Sayyapu Reddy and produced by Sidda Reddy B, Raju, and Pramod of the Prime Show Films production team. Kiran Abbavaram, Nuveshka, and Srikanth Ayyenger play the main characters.
|Movie Name||Sebastian P.C. 524|
|Cast Leads||Kiran Abbavaram, mNuveshka are Srikanth Ayyenger|
|Director||Balaji Sayyapu Reddy|
|Producer||Sidda Reddy B, Raju, Pramod|
|Written by||Balaji Sayyapu Reddy|
|DOP||Raj K Nalli|
Sebastian, a one-of-a-kind theatrical event, starts off slowly but quickly escalates to include some humorous moments in the first half. The storey gets up in intensity following the murder, but the second half is a little uninteresting. Pre-climax surprises are revealed to re-capture the audience’s attention.
Despite the fact that Kiaran Abbavaram’s line delivery could have been better, he managed to make us laugh at various moments throughout the production, and the rest of the cast did a fantastic job.
Sebastian is difficult to see, but despite the film’s length, it is well worth your time.
Movie Rating: 3/ 5