Nithiin's LIE Movie Review & Rating

Danny Woods
August 12, 2017

BGM and Music Given by Mani Sharma are just awesome. The cinematography of J. Yuvraj is up to the mark.

Megha Akash plays a bubbly character that is forgotten midway, until Satya aka Nithiin remembers that he needs money and a place to stay.

Interestingly, both Nithin and Arjun shared the screen space earlier for Krishan Vamsi's "Sri Anjayaneyam" in which Arjun played the Lord Anjaneya. Who is Arjun? Why Nithin meets him? is the rest of the story. While his journey he faces various challenges with gangsters and he unknowingly trapped into some issues.

Scheming villain, who is also master of disguise and an "intelligent" hero, a stingy heroine, who starts a game of lies with hero, God Indra and sage Narada often come into the fray to shake up the things; the premise looks promising but Nithiin starrer "Lie" flatters only to deceive. In this film, Nithin's role name is A. Sathyam and Akash role name is Chaitra.

Entirely, the film is completely entertaining. The movie is directed by the Hanu Raghavapudi. The balance of suspense and love track was just flawless in this film.

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Have you watched the film yet? Long queues outside cinema halls is a proof of Nithiin's charm, the actor who always lives up to the expectations of his audiences. The film is a chain reaction and has an impressive screenplay along with interesting twirls. Also, Manisharma's music and background music are the highlights of this film. LIE movie is produced by Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta, and Anil Sunkara under the banner 14 Reels. It is expected to collect a huge box office income.

Tollywood actor Nithiin is back with a bang in his upcoming flick "LIE".

Director is successful in maintaining suspense until the end. Nithin has done a good work as A.Satyam, Arjun stands out.

Not only the protagonist, the villain of the movie, Arjun Sarja also has a prominent role and he looks quite imposing.

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