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Meter (2023). 2h 7m

“Kiran Abbavaram takes the lead in the Telugu film u0026quot;Meter,u0026quot; a movie that, unfortunately, falls short of making any substantial impact. The storyline revolves around Arjun Kalyan, played by Abbavaram, the son of an honest police officer who dreams of following in his fatheru0026#39;s footsteps. However, the film takes a predictable turn when Arjun, despite witnessing the corruption in the system, ultimately becomes a police officer with a change of heart.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe film faces several critical issues that contribute to its lackluster reception. Firstly, the portrayal of the female lead, played by Athulya Ravi, is problematic, depicting her throwing acid on any man who approaches her. The narrative takes an unsettling turn as Arjun Kalyanu0026#39;s character is shown stalking her, leading to a forced romantic subplot that lacks depth and authenticity. The poor acting from both leads further hinders the filmu0026#39;s potential.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003ePosani Krishna Murali, cast as the Police Commissioner, is reduced to a mere comic relief character, failing to contribute meaningfully to the narrative. Dhanush Pawanu0026#39;s role as Home Minister Byreddy, the antagonist, lacks conviction and falls into the realm of convenience rather than genuine storytelling.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe overarching problem with u0026quot;Meteru0026quot; lies in its reliance on convenience rather than delving into the hardships of its characters. The plot feels contrived, lacking the necessary depth and authenticity to engage the audience. The film misses an opportunity to explore the complexities of the corrupt system and instead opts for a formulaic approach that fails to resonate.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn the end, u0026quot;Meteru0026quot; stands as a disappointing attempt at storytelling, plagued by poor character development, problematic narrative choices, and a lack of genuine emotion. It falls short of delivering a compelling narrative and fails to leave a lasting impression on its audience.”


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