Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review & Ratings

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Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review: Sebastian, we never assume it’s a Telugu film based on the title, and we certainly don’t assume it’s a Telugu film based on the trailers, yet it is. However, why are we feeling this way? The film’s graphics and premise, I believe, are both fresh to Telugu. My interest in viewing the film has been sparked by all of the trailers. As Kiran Abbavaram established himself in the Telugu film business with unique films, Sebastian is another unique picture that was released in theatres today, March 4, 2022.

Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review
The film has garnered favorable reviews, and audiences are having a good time in the theatre. The picture is a masterful fusion of comedy and suspense. Therefore, let us examine how this strange film turned out and determine whether it is worth viewing or not.


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

Sebastian Cast & Crew

Sebastian is a film directed by Balaji Sayyapu Reddy and produced under the Prime Show Films banner by Sidda Reddy B, Raju, and Pramod. Kiran Abbavaram and Nuveshka play the lead roles, with Srikanth Ayyenger playing a supporting role.


Movie NameSebastian P.C. 524
Cast LeadsKiran Abbavaram, mNuveshka are Srikanth Ayyenger
DirectorBalaji Sayyapu Reddy
ProducerSidda Reddy B, Raju, Pramod
Written byBalaji Sayyapu Reddy
DOPRaj K Nalli

Movie Review

Sebastian is a novel theatrical experience, and the picture begins slowly, with some lighthearted moments in the first half. The picture becomes more fascinating after the murder occurs, and the second half drags a little. However, as the pre-climax twists are revealed, the film re-engages.

Kiaran Abbavaram is good; his line delivery could be improved, but he occasionally makes us laugh, and the rest of the ensemble did an excellent job.


Sebastian is barely passable, but despite some lengthy portions, it is worth watching. 

Movie Rating: 3/ 5

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