In Car Telugu Movie Review

Streaming HUBMarch 3, 2023
in car telugu movie review

Release Date : March 03, 2023 Rating: 2/5

Starring: Ritika Singh, Manish Jhanjolia, Sandeep Goyat, Sunil Soni and Gyan Prakash

Director: One who increases Joy

the creator: Anjum Qureshi and Sajid Qureshi

music director: mathias duplecy

Shading: Mithun Gangopadhyay

Editor: ruby wall

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After a gap of 3 years, National Award winning actress Ritika Singh is back with a new film titled In Car. Directed by debutant Harshvardhan, the film released in cinema halls today. Let’s see how is the film.


Sakshi Gulati (Ritika Singh), a college-going student, is abducted by a group of three gangsters on the Machilipatnam National Highway. They kidnap Sakshi and try to sexually assault her in a moving car. A helpless witness pleads with him to spare her. But the ruthless trio tries to physically abuse her. What does the witness do then? Did she escape from them or became their victim? The main movie has the answers.

Plus Points:

Director Harshvardhan tackles one of the major problems faced by most of the women in our country. Hundreds of women are being kidnapped in our country by cruel minded persons but very few cases are reported. This is what the director wants to convey.

Ritika Singh has to be commended for okaying such a project and she does her best as a helpless woman. One of the kidnappers, Ravi (Manish Jhanjholia) lives in the given role and his sullen demeanor makes one think that he should have been killed in the car itself. His performance is quite realistic and everyone hates him for his foul language and behaviour. Yashwant (Sandeep Goyat) and Kittu (Sunil Soni) also did well.

minus points:

The film’s thin plot drags on for over 90 minutes. If the statement is attractive then the runtime is not a big deal, but unfortunately, this is what the car missed. Writer-director Harshvardhan tried to make In Car a decent survival thriller, but failed miserably.

Ritika’s performance as Sakshi is fine, but one wonders why she doesn’t even try to slap the men who abducted her. Despite protesting, she remains silent and moans throughout the film. One would think that the driver, who is not part of the hijackers, could have done something to save an innocent soul.

The problem with the film is the overuse of profanity and abusive language. It is high time for the members of the Censor Board to ban the use of foul language in films.

A tiresome screenplay full of foul language and irrelevant dialogues can test the patience of the audience. A better screenplay, shorter runtime, and a bunch of twists could have made the film at least a decent watch.

technical aspects:

Harsh Vardhan failed as both a writer and director. Though the film is short on technical aspects, Mithun Gangopadhyay’s cinematography is exceptional, especially in the use of drones and close-up shots to create a distinctive mood. The people working for the sound designing and editing departments failed big time. If both these aspects were handled well, IN CAR would surely have turned out to be an engaging thriller. Production prices are average.


Overall, these cars fail to charm their audience, who can’t hold their attention even for just five minutes. The use of foul language in both the parts and the slow pace of the screenplay make it difficult for the viewers to sit still. Apart from the climax and Ritika Singh’s commendable performance, the film doesn’t have much to offer. It is advisable to avoid this dull survival thriller. Rating: 2/5

Reviewed by the 123telugu team

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