Liger review The film features Vijay Devara Konda, Ananya Panday, Ramya Krishnan, and Ronit Roy in lead roles. The first thing to do is discuss Ananya Pandey who must learn to understand and master acting. However watching Ramya Krishnan it is apparent that she’s stuck in acting as Sivagami Devi from Bahubali however, she’s a fantastic actress, and has high expectations of her. The most influential part of the film comes from Ronit Roy, and his powerful presence can be seen on screen. On the other hand, Vijay Deverakonda has done the task of controlling the light. Vijay Deverakonda has performed very impressively in several scenes, and his transformation physical is highly praised. The direction is not very impressive in any way.
Liger The review – Liger is a weak film not just technically but as a narrative. The cinematography’s VFX in the film is very lightweight. It is possible to view scenes in the film where even the chroma isn’t been properly cut. However, the background music in the film is reminiscent of Mission Impossible and sometimes Vikram Vedha. The music isn’t anything extraordinary, even in scenes of action. The editing in the film is also poor and it is not just lip sync only but also the sequence edits are not visible in all of the scenes. The action scenes fight in the film do not look impressive, but better than this, punches were shown on screen in Sultan.
Liger is a common South Indian film, which does not have anything unique that you’ve not seen before or is better than. It is the only time that Ronit Roy, as well as Vijay Deverakonda, have worked in the film, so if you like both of them, you should take a look at this film.