Liger Movie Review: An Epic Cringefest From Vijay Deverakonda


Liger movie review: An Epic Cringefest From Vijay Deverakonda



(CTN News) – Liger movie review: There has been tremendous hype surrounding “Liger.”. Vijay Deverakonda and director Puri Jagannadh are creating quite a buzz. Another reason is the presence of boxing legend Mike Tyson.

It has also created buzz nationwide, just like big-ticket films like “RRR”, “Radhe Shyam” and “KGF”. We are going to find out whether the hype surrounding the film has any validity.

Vijay Deverakonda’s new Liger movie isn’t so much a new or exciting movie as it is an old-school film with ingredients that aren’t exactly new or exciting. A lot of outlandish situations are woven into the plot, and the treatment is jaded, to say the least.

Liger movie cast:

Vijay Deverakoda, Ananya Panday, Ramya Krishna, Mike Tyson, Ronit Roy, Vishu Reddy, Ali, Makarand Desh Pandey, Getup Sreenu, and others

Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Directed by: Puri Jagannadh
Release Date: Aug 25, 2022

Story of Liger Movie 

The story revolves around Liger movie (Vijay Deverakonda) and his mother Balamani (Ramya Krishna) moving from Karimnagar to Mumbai.

The goal of Balamani’s son is to become a champion in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) like his father who died without being able to achieve his dream of winning a title in a boxing championship.

During the course of the story , the mother and son run a chai shop in Mumbai for a living. In addition, their son undergoes MMA training under the direction of Ronit Roy.

The love of one of the richest girls in the city Tanya (Ananya Panday) changes his life completely, and his life will never be the same.

What is the future for him? Will he become a champion or will his love story land him in trouble?

To start with, ‘Liger movie’ is what happens when a lion and a tiger mate. Do you understand? Are you sure? In any case, here’s a preview of what to expect from the upcoming Vijay Deverakonda film, directed by Puri Jagannadh and made in Hindi and Telugu.

Ready to begin? You can find it here. The kickboxer (Vijay Deverakonda) wears boxer shorts and displays a bronzed, muscular chest, but he has two markers – a mother (Ramya Krishnan), and a stutter. As fiery and vengeful as a modern-day mother.

Liger’s speech impairment may make him a slow speaker, but his stripes are fine. The fighter jabs and kicks, feints and lunges, as he preps to make India proud in the global arena with his mentor (Ronit Roy).

That’s it in a nutshell. The age-old themes of fierce mother-loving son twinning with macho chest-thumping patriotic patriotism are used to create a cringe-fest of mammoth proportions.

How would you like it: character upon character dissing the stutterer for, wait, stuttering (yes, that’s right), romantic interest who is battling it out for the most vapid, vacuous female character of recent times (Ananya Panday), mother who roars louder than her son?

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