Anger Tales Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Anger Tales Review: After Modern Love Hyderabad, Panchatantram, and Meet Cute anthologies, now it’s time for another interesting anthology called Anger Tales. This series has grabbed the attention with its trailer and the ensemble cast twofold the expectations, carrying the expectations this anthology has released today, and without any delay let us get into the in-depth review and find out whether this anthology is worth watching or not.



Anger Tales revolves around Anger, where Giri( Phani Acharya) struggles to get a job and faces problems with his lean body, height, and baldness, a homemaker called Radha( Bindhu Madhavi) finds it difficult to sleep in the noon time because of nonstop chatters from neighbors, a newly married Pooja( Madonna Sebastian) struggles to convert nonvegetarian to vegetarian because of her husband, Ranga( Venkatesh Maha) fans club member fights to commence the show at 10 Pm. How all these four stories face the difficulties with Anger needs to be seen in the series.

Cast & Crew

Venkatesh Maha, Bindu Madhavi, Tharun Bhascker, Madonna Sebastian, Phani Acharya, Suhas, Ravindra Vijay, and Parteep Kumar. The series is directed by Prabhala Tilak, while AJ Aaron, Amardeep, Vinod Bangari, and Venkat R Shakamuri are the cinematographers, Smaran Sai has composed the music and the series is produced by Sridhar Reddy and Suhas.

Series NameAnger Tales
DirectorPrabhala Tilak
Music DirectorSmaran Sai
ProducerSridhar Reddy and Suhas
CastVenkatesh Maha, Bindu Madhavi, Tharun Bhascker, Madonna Sebastian and others
CinematographyAJ Aaron, Amardeep, Vinod Bangari, and Venkat R Shakamuri

Movie Verdict

The idea of an Anthology is to tell different stories that have core point that remains the same. Anthologies are very rare in Telugu but in recent times makers are delivering some anthologies like Modern Love Hyderabad, Panchatantram, and Meet Cute, now it’s time for Anger Tales, the series has 4 different stories that revolve around anger.

All four stories are relatable for every section of the audience, the series starts off by depicting the story of a jobless guy, who struggles to get the job with his lean personality, height, and baldness, it then dives into the other three stories. Every story deals with their conflict and what happens when the anger burst out was captured quite well in the series.

four stories take us into different lives and make us part of it as the conflicts, how anger creates problems in relationships, and how anger changes the human-to-human connection, all these points are presented quite well. Despite the pace here and there in four stories, this series has many relatable points which make us invested in the series.

Venkatesh Maha as Ranga has done a fair job but it could have been much better, Bindhu Madhavi as Radha has done a brilliant job as a homemaker, Phani Acharya as Giri is the most realistic character ever written in recent times and he emotes every emotion quite well, Madonna Sebastian as Pooja does a passable job, though her character laced with many emotions she doesn’t have much time to emote but within the screen time she does well and  Tarun Bhaskar, people like Suhas and Ravindra Vijay are the backbones for the series.

Prabhala Tilak chose the 4 relatable lives to tell the core point called Anger and he presented it quite well, despite the slow narration he does an impressive job. Technically, Anger Tales is good, AJ Aaron, Amardeep, Vinod Bangari, and Venkat R Shakamuri’s cinematography is good and Smaran Sai does impressive work with his background score.

Overall, Anger Tales is an impressive anthology of recent times, and that can be watched by all sections of the audience.

Plus Points:

  • Stories
  • Performances
  • Background score

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration here and there

Rating: 3/5

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