Mosagallu Telugu Movie Review: Vishnu Manchu, Kajal Agarwal starrer ‘Mosagallu‘ pushed the audience as a huge film was directed by Hollywood director Jeffrey Gee Chin. Vishnu worked as a snowmaker on the 24 Frames Factory, AVA Entertainment banner. The Music provided by Sam CS. Bollywood actor Sunil Shetty played a pivotal role.
Mosagallu Telugu Movie Story: Anu (Kajal Aggarwal) and Arjun (Manchu Vishnu) are siblings and they are born in poverty. They dream of earning big in life. They come up with a formula that cheating the rich is never a crime. Arjun works in a call centre and is well bonded with his boss Sandeep Reddy (Navdeep). Anu, Arjun and Sandeep join hands for the biggest ever scam.
They earn thousands of crores which gets traced by the USA government. The rest of Mosagallu is all about the scam of Rs 2600 crores and what happens next. DCP Kumar Bhatia (Suniel Shetty) is the special officer who is assigned the duty to nab the masterminds behind the scam. Watch Mosagallu Full Movie to know about the real facts:
Mosagallu Telugu Movie Review by Critics:
Theprimetalks.com: Overall, Mosagallu about fraudsters who have committed huge scams in India has satirised the Indian law system in a way that shows them enjoying the luxury life and showing off comfortably outside.
Mosagallu Telugu Movie Review Thehindu.com: Jeffrey Gee Chin, Vishnu Manchu, and Kajal Aggarwal put forth a partly engaging film based on the 300-million-dollar IRS scam is partly engaging but nowhere close to a gripping tale of a scam, which it could have been.
Mosagallu Review TOI: While based on the true story of a scam that rocked the US, the thriller falls flat with it comes to the narration.
Mosagallu Review 123telugu.com: On the whole, Mosagallu offers only a few thrills. Hyderabadi underdogs using the loopholes in the system and taking on mighty America and earning millions surely makes for an exciting story idea.
Mosagallu Review Greatandhra.com: All in all, “Mosagallu” is a tepid con thriller with uneven moments. Despite the potential in the story, the makers missed the opportunity to make it a nail-biting thriller.