On April 28, 2023, the film Agent, which stars Akkineni Akhil, is slated to be released in theaters. In this movie, Sakshi Vaidya plays the role of the main female character. It was directed by Surender Reddy. Akhil has put in a lot of hard work to obtain the six-pack figure that is required by both the story and the character. Now the movie ended as a disaster and now makers have announced the OTT release date.
Agent OTT Release Date
Agent is all set to be premiered on 29 September 2023 on Sonyliv.
Agent, a Telugu action thriller, will be made accessible for streaming on the SonyLiv platform on 29 September 2023, according to an official announcement made by SonyLiv. Following a question on Twitter about when the movie will be available, confirmation was provided. The film, which stars Akhil Akkineni, Mammootty, and Dino Morea, was released in theaters on April 28, alongside Mani Ratnam’s highly awaited film Ponniyin Selvan 2, also directed by Mani Ratnam. Agent, on the other hand, did not live up to the hype and was met with lukewarm reviews and ratings from spectators and critics alike.
Due to the negative response, it has received, industry insiders anticipate that the spy thriller directed by Surender Reddy would not even earn Rs 5 crore during its run in theaters. The release of Virupaksha, a horror film directed by newcomer Karthik Varma Dandu and written by Sukumar of Pushpa fame, also benefited from the failure of Agent, as it earned great reviews and capitalized on the lack of interest in Agent. Virupaksha was written by Sukumar of Pushpa renown.
When and Where to Watch Agent
You can watch this spy thriller on SonyLiv from 29 September 2023.
It’s a shame because it seems like Akhil is having the fun of his life portraying Rikki, and that comes across in the film. He looks like he’s having a good time no matter what he’s doing, whether he’s dancing his way through an action scene (yes, you read that correctly), flexing his six-pack, or laughing maniacally.
Even if he sometimes goes over the top, he does a good job at acting out the part of the role. Sakshi has a cute appearance and does a good job acting; it’s just a shame that she doesn’t have very lot to do.
Mammootty breezes through his job, whereas Dino Morea does his best to impart some seriousness to his stock-standard opponent. Mammootty’s performance is particularly impressive. There are a lot of other characters in the movie that don’t really contribute anything, like the one that Varalaxmi Sarathkumar plays, and there are a lot of those characters.
What’s the story of Agent
P. Ramakrishna, often known as Rickey, is a young boy played by Akhil Akkineni. He has a lot of energy and wants to be a spy, but the RAW has turned him down three times. In order to catch the attention of RAW chief Mahadev, sometimes known as The Devil (Mammootty), he hacks into his system.
Finally, The Devil gives him a task to locate the action plan of God (Dino Morea), who had prepared something significant to destroy India. This mission is given to him in secret. Who exactly is God? What exactly is his connection to the devil? Has Vicky located him and brought an end to his mission? After that, what happened? The movie provides all of the solutions.
Cast & Crew of Agent
Akhil Akkineni has been cast in a role that will allow him to showcase his talents. The filmmaker Surender Reddy did an excellent job of designing his character’s journey, which is in stark contrast to the parts that Akhil has played in the past. On a large screen, his performance is very enjoyable to take in, particularly when it involves action scenes. Fans are going to go crazy over the fact that Akhil is playing such a drastically different character.
Akhil’s incredible potential as a dancer is also brought out by Surender Reddy. The efforts that Akhil has put in and the way he has transformed for the part are admirable.
Mammootty, a megastar in Malayalam, has landed a respectable part. The audience is unable to determine if he is a RAW chief or a bad man due to his character, which generates confusion among them. It’s fantastic that the lead hero also does the dubbing for his role.
Sakshi Vaidya has such a cute appearance, and although her interactions with Akhil are brief, the ones that are shown are entertaining enough to warrant a viewing.
The accomplishment of Director Surender Reddy was that he was able to utilize the full ability of Akhil. He did an excellent job of showcasing him and letting loose the actor’s more commercial side. However, he did a poor job of narrating the story in the second half, which, after a solid first half, needs to be really interesting in order to be successful.
Both the cinematography, which was done by Rasool Ellore, and the music, which was done by Hiphop Tamizha, are satisfactory. There was room for improvement in the editing, and Naveen Nooli should have eliminated several unneeded scenes in the movie’s second half. The quality of the product is satisfactory.