Nani’s Gang Leader is a Telugu Action-Comedy film. Vikram Kumar has directed the movie. Naveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Sankar and Mohan Cherukuri have produced the movie under Mythri Movie Makers. Anirudh Ravichander has composed the music of the film. Nani with Lakshmi, Saranya Ponvannan, Priyanka Arul Mohan, Shriya Reddy, Praanya P. Rao, Kartikeya Gummakonda, Priyadarshi Pulikonda, and Vennela Kishore in pivotal roles in the film. Now the film is set to be dubbed in Hindi.
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Gang Leader is a Telugu Action-comedy film, Released on 13 September 2019. Starring Nani with Lakshmi, Saranya Ponvannan, Priyanka Arul Mohan, and Kartikeya Gummakonda. Recently Mumbai’s Leading dubbing company Goldmines Telefilms Pvt Ltd has bought the dubbing rights of the film Gang Leader. As we all know that goldmines have many movies on the pending list. Due to this Pandemic situation, the Dubbing has been stopped. But as per our resource, the dubbing of the movie will start by a month or two. We hope this situation comes to end. after the pandemic, the dubbing section will start again. We are sure that we will not get to watch the film in 2020. Let’s see what happens in the feature. As soon we get updates on Gang Leader, We will Update you. Keep following our site for more updates on Gang Leader
The movie was box-office hit because the crits and public both liked the movie. But the movie had to suffer regarding privacy concerns because the movie was leaked by Tamilrockers.On the same day of the release.
In a recent post, I read that the movie is leaked on that website in HD print. In my opinion, the Tamilrockers website should be banned so that they don’t harm others, because they destroy the privacy of the filmmaker. Hence Movie makers suffer in box office collection.
- Nani as Pencil Parthasarathy
- Priyanka Arul Mohan as Priya
- Lakshmi as Saraswathi
- Kartikeya Gummakonda as Dev
- Saranya Ponvannan as Varalakshmi
- Shriya Reddy as Swathi
- Praanya P. Rao as Srinidhi “Chinnu”
- Anish Kuruvilla as Inspector
- Vennela Kishore as Santoor Senakkayala
- Priyadarshi Pulikonda as Parthasarathy’s friend/Book publisher
- Sathya as Dev’s former colleague
- Vivek K Kumar as RTO Officer
- Sukumar as himself a guest appearances
Pencil Parthasarathy (Nani) is a short-lived crime novel writer who watches English-language films and rewrites her stories as local Telugu novels. Meanwhile, a great robbery takes place in the city, where 300 300 crore is stolen by 5 persons. As soon as the robbery ended, 5 were killed and money was stolen.
5 bereaved women (1 old woman, 1 middle-aged woman, 1 young woman, 1 teenager and a young child) who lose their loved ones (5 dead robbers) come together and look for someone Which will help them avenge their beloved. They approach Pencil to help locate the culprit. Pencil, at first, refuses to help, but agrees to help them, realizing a good (and perhaps his first) original story.
After some hilarious twists and turns, the ragat group finally attacks their main suspect: Dev.Dev is a small ambulance driver who was an F1 racer. As an ambulance driver, Dev did not lose a patient due to his skilled and prompt patients being taken to hospitals. But he needed money to become a successful race car driver. To get the money, he joined a group of cancer patients (the original five), who were planning a robbery of money for their loved ones (5 women) on one side. After the robbery, Dev killed 5 people and stole money and became a successful race car driver. The rest of the film revolves around how Dev can get justice as the leader of his gang for revenge.
A passionate yet fake writer and a fat bunch of women with a thirst for vengeance is the weirdest gang you can root for. And yet, Vikram’s Kumar brings together an unexpected set of people to headline the gang leader. And sure, with its various quirks and mannerisms, Nani and his gang of avengers set out to entertain you. They succeed – but only in parts.
The gang leader begins with a bank robbery where, after carrying the heir with surgical precision, a robber takes all the money for himself and kills all the rest. Fourteen months later, the relatives of the other five robbers come together for revenge. But they cannot do it alone. They enlist the help of writer Pencil Parthasarathy (Nani), who specializes in revenge novels. He soon realizes that he is a fraud – who basically robs popular English films to write his novels. So Kill Bill becomes Rasidu Ni Champu and No Country Moddulaku Desam Ledu for Old Man. They soon identify the killer – car racer Dev (Karthikeya), but revenge is easy.
The gang leader starts on a promising note. The character of Nani is dear and you cannot help her for her innocence and charm. You wonder why a little girl is involved in a revenge story – especially given how the plan’s chief architect (Lakshmi) speaks about killing the responsible person. The five women – though impressive – don’t really bring the house down, and with some help from Vanilla Kishore and Priyadarshi, who are both hilarious, it is left for Nani to bring some much-needed humor to the script.
The trouble is that the gang leader tries to do many things at once and does not really do justice to any one aspect. One minute this is a comedy about a writer’s espionage skills, then a parallel love track (with an honest performance) between Nani and Priyanka, which never really takes off. The mystery behind the various twists and turns hardly makes any impact, and the whole cat-and-mouse game between Nani and Karthikeya (which is just an expression in the entire film) falls flat. The melodramatic twist – the reason behind the robbery in the first place and the hidden secrets of the avengers – further disappoints the audience. Illiterate songs and poorly written scripts added to it ensure that a potentially promising script falls short of expectations.
Nani is the heart and soul of the film and brings the gang leader to life with his charm, wit and classic humor. But the script’s haphazard nature, a dull screenplay and overdoses of melodrama hampers, which were likely to be a total laugh riot. The film’s USP is its humor, but even when it might not be the best, you know you’re in trouble.