Before its release, Sir (Vaathi in Tamil), Dhanush’s hotly anticipated blockbuster hit, generated a tonne of talk. Today marks the release of the bilingual movie, which was directed by Venky Atluri. See if the movie met or exceeded your expectations by reading this review.
The Tripathi Educational Institute’s Bala Gangadhar Tilak (Dhanush), often known as Balu, is a junior lecturer there (TEI). The college administration adopts numerous government institutions in Andhra Pradesh’s rural districts and deputises Balu to instruct pupils at Siripuram Govt. College. Balu makes sure that the local students attend college and achieve respectable exam results with the aid of lecturer Meenakshi (Samyuktha). Bala’s future ambitions are ruined by TEI Chairman Tripathi (Samuthirakani), who is upset by this. What caused Tripathi to thwart Balu’s plans? What followed for Balu? Did he take any stand or turn a blind eye? The film has all the answers.
Overall, Dhanush’s Sir is a respectable social play that discusses the current education mafia. The film carries a social message below its amazing emotional sequences. Dhanush is excellent in the movie and is the only thing that makes it good. You can view the movie this weekend, with the exception of a few sequences that are superfluous in the second part.