83 Movie Review: The story of India’s first world cup victory makes for a thrilling watch


Review : 83 Movie – Relive History

123telugu.com Rating : 3/5

Played by: Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Saqib Saleem, Jeeva, and Chirag Patil

Director: Kabir Khan

Producers: Madhu Mantena, Vishnu Induri

Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty

Cinematography : Aseem Mishra

A lot of people are looking forward to seeing 83 since it will bring back memories of the first time a team ever won the World Cup. The film, which stars Ranveer Singh, was released today in the United States. Let’s see how it compares to the original Telugu version.

Story: Ranveer Singh portrays Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev, who leads his team to victory in the 1983 World Cup despite the odds being stacked against them.

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One of the best aspects of the picture is how the makers manage to conjure up the exhilaration that permeates it. Most impressive is the usage of VFX in all of the games and in portraying the bygone era. In the second half, all the thrills and numerous matches appear to be pretty realistic.

Kapil Dev has been Ranveer Singh’s character for a long time. Ranveer Singh has done an outstanding job in the film, whether it was with his makeup or his bowling action. Deepika plays the role of Kapil’s wife, and she does a respectable job in her brief appearance. The Indian team manager is played by Pankaj Tripathi, who does an excellent job.

Jiva, the actor who portrays Krish Srikanth in the film, is yet another asset. In Jiva’s hands, Srikanth’s batting and emoting on screen appear to be real. Mohinder Amarnath is played by Saqib Saleem, who also performs a good job.

Good patriotic moments and actual World Cup action are shown in the film’s second half. A well-thought-out interval bang and the way real-life happenings during the matches are shown look convincing.

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It was a long time ago that the World Cup was won, so few of us actually know what happened. The film’s creators could have done a better job of introducing the main characters to the audience so that everyone knew their roles and responsibilities at certain periods.

The first half of the movie drags on for far too long due to the lack of dramatic tension. As a result, the director Kabir Khan rushed through the proceedings and emphasised more on the matches than his script’s potential. When it comes to this section, the emotional component suffers a

Technical Aspects:

As previously stated, the film’s production values are nothing short of exceptional. The camerawork, VFX, and re-creation of the stadium’s exhilaration are all top notch. However, the BGM may have been a little better. In addition to the outfit design, the Telugu dubbing was excellent. To begin with, there was some room for improvement in editing.

To be fair to Kabir Khan, he did a respectable job helming the picture. Re-creating the matches and tension of the World Cup was a success because few people now are aware of how India triumphed in the tournament. Emotional aspects were lost, making the film a little drab at times.


In the end, 83 is a respectable sports dramatisation of India’s historic cricket world cup triumph. The design, characters, and cricket matches are all excellent. As Kapil Dev, Ranveer Singh is simply magnificent, and the film’s second half is chock-full of nationalistic sentiment. However, there is a lack of emotional intensity throughout the film. Except for the fact that cricket fans are bound to be drawn to the film, it’ll be a one-time viewing for the rest of us this weekend.


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