Autonagar Surya quick review: Naga Chaitanya’s strong performance makes an average film watchable!

Naga Chaitanya fights, romances, dances and emotes well but is let down by ordinary script

The much anticipated movie of Naga Chaitanya has finally hit the screens today. After series of delays, the Chaai-Samantha starrer directed by Deva Katta, got a wide release. Autonagar Surya is touted to be a political action drama is based on politics of Autonagar area of Vijayawada. The music scored by Anup Rubens and the film’s trailer has already generated quite a buzz for the movie. Naga Chaitanya and Samantha are coming together for the third time after stupendous success of Ye Maaya Chesave and Manam. Will they strike gold for third time at box office? Lets find out!

Our critic Subramanian Harikumar is currently watching the film and he has sent the first impression of the political drama.

Subramanian says, “The story revolves around an orphan boy who is sort of genius mechanic inventing diesel and battery engines in his garage. How he fights the evil union mafia and gets justice to the people of Autonagar forms the crux of story. Naga Chaitanya shines as a mass hero and carries a cliched story on his shoulders. Samantha does justice to her role and the duo’s cracking chemistry seems to be doing wonders. The music by Anup Rubens is foot tapping and cinematography deserves special mention. Brahmanandam as super mechanic Brahmi leaves audience in splits. The film keeps you engaged, thanks to its comic sequence which diverts your attention from ordinary script. Naga Chaitanya fights with gusto and spouts punch dialogues with utmost conviction. Lets see what’s second half has in store.”