Banner: 14 Reels Entertainment
Cast: Ram, Rashi Khanna, Sathya Raj, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Posani, Tulasi, and others.
Cinematographer: Sameer Reddy
Editor: Gowtham Raju
Producers: Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta, and Anil Sunkara
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Santosh Srinivas
Hyper Movie Story:
Surya (Ram), a B.Tech graduate, is the son of government official Narayana Moorthy (Sathya Raj) who works in Greater Vishakapatnam Municipality.
Surya loves only one thing in the world, that is his father and he would not spare anyone if they hurt his father. He also falls in love with a girl (Rashi Khanna) without seeing her just because his father felt that this particular girl would make an ideal daughter-in-law.
A few dramatic events make Surya bond with a goon (Murali) who actually is taking orders from a politician Rajappa (Rao Ramesh) to kidnap or hurt Narayanamurthy in a property issue. What happens when Surya comes to know this?
- Entertaining first half
- Ram’s hyper energy
- Production values
- Cliched screenplay in second half
- Loud and lengthy
- Routine drama
On the whole, Hyper is a typical masala entertainer which has some entertaining moments. The interesting narration, Ram and Rao Ramesh’s confrontational scenes and a breezy first half are huge assets. The film is bound to do well among the masses and the holiday season will surely help the film. If you ignore the slight glitches and predictable storyline during the second half, Hyper makes up for a decent watch this weekend.