Sebastian PC 524 Review

Sebastian PC 524 Review: Sebastian, the title and trailers don’t give any indication that this is a Telugu film, but it certainly is. Is there a logical explanation for this phenomenon? I believe that both the aesthetics and the subject matter of the film are fresh to Telugu audiences. The film’s trailers have piqued my interest, and I’m looking forward to viewing it. Sebastian is being released in theatres today, March 4, 2022, in the same way that Kiran Abbavaram has established himself as a unique director in Telugu cinema with his singular flicks.

Sebastian PC 524 Review
The film has received overwhelmingly positive reviews and is performing well in theatres. This film masterfully combines elements of comedy and suspense. Examine the uniqueness of the film’s production to determine whether or not it is worth your time to see. Story Sebastian works as an undercover cop in Madanapalli Vil because to his inability to see well in the dark at night.


Because of his night blindness, which no one knows about because he always tries to conceal it with cooling glasses, Sebastian works as a constable in Madanapalli village; everything is going swimmingly until one day his head assigns him a night shift at the MLA house, which he refuses but is forced to do due to orders; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder occurs while Sebastian is performing his duties; however, the storey takes a different turn when a murder occurs while

Sebastian Cast & Crew

In Sebastian, Balaji Sayyapu Reddy directs the picture, which is produced by the Prime Show Films production team of Sidda Reddy B, Raju, and Pramod under the Prime Show Films label. Kiran Abbavaram and Nuveshka star as the main characters, with Srikanth Ayyenger appearing in a supporting role.


Movie Name Sebastian P.C. 524
Cast Leads Kiran Abbavaram, mNuveshka are Srikanth Ayyenger
Director Balaji Sayyapu Reddy
Producer Sidda Reddy B, Raju, Pramod
Written by Balaji Sayyapu Reddy
Music Ghibran
DOP Raj K Nalli

Movie Review

A one-of-a-kind theatrical event, Sebastian begins slowly but builds to include some amusing moments in the first half. However, the storey grows more exciting after the murder; however, the second half is a touch sluggish. As the pre-climax surprises are disclosed, the film re-engages the audience.

Kiaran Abbavaram is good; his line delivery could be better, but he manages to make us chuckle at various points, and the rest of the ensemble performed an outstanding job throughout the production.


The film Sebastian is hardly watchable, but it is well worth your time despite some lengthy passages.

Movie Rating: 3/ 5

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