Tees Maar Khan Review


Aadi Saikumar’s new film, Tees Maar Khan under the direction of Kalyanji Gogana has hit the silver screens today. Check out our authentic Tees Maar Khan review.


Tees Maar Khan an easy go luck guy loves his sister cum mother( role played by Poorna) to the core. But she will be killed by a local goon named Gija( Thakur Anoop Singh). To take revenge on Gija, Tees Maar Khan becomes cop. How will Tees Maar Khan become a cop? Who will support him in the entire process? How will TMK cracks the network behind Gija, forms the rest of the tale.

Key Aspects:

Aadi Saikumar is okay in the hero elevation scenes. His screen presence along with built-up shots will be loved by the mass audience. Aadi’s makeover as a cop from a normal guy bring depth to the proceedings.

Heroine Payal Rajput is glamorous on screen and her eye candy treat in a beach song will attract the audience.

Thakur Anoop Singh is stylish on screen and his acting as a baddie brings depth to the proceedings.

Actress Poorna gets a small but key role in which gave good performance. Sunil is okay in his key role. Kabir Duhan Singh is okay with his usual acting as a baddie.

Technical Department:

Music by Sai Karthik is okay if not great. While the songs are massy, the background score is decent at parts.

Production values for this Nagam Tirupathi Reddy are good. The cinematography work by MN Bal Reddy is fine as his frames are colourful throughout the film.

Editing by Manikanth is alright. He made sure that the film has straight narration without any unwanted scenes.

Negative Points:

The film has ages old scenes tried to be coated in an updated version. The story is okay but the screenplay has flaws in it.

It’s not that the film has waste scenes but the execution part would have been even more effective.


To conclude, Tees Maar Khan is a mass entertainer that has stylish screen presence from Aadi Saikumar. The execution part is decent enough but is no that gripping if you expect some thing more.

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Rating: 3/5