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Men Too Review

Posted May 29th, 2023, 04:58 PM IST

Reviews Movie Review : Men Too
Rating : 1.50
Banner : LANTERN Entertainments
Cast : Naresh Agastya, Brahmaji, Harsha Chemudu, Sudharshan, Riya Suman, Priyanka Sharma, Mourya Siddavaram, Kaushik Ghantasala, Ashritha, Karthik Adusumilli
Music : Elisha Praveen G & Osho Venkat
Producer : Mourya Siddavaram
Director : Srikanth G Reddy
Released Date : May 26 2023

Aditya(Naresh Agastya), a corporate employee struggling to find his place in a predominantly female workspace, seeks recognition and validation.

Munna(Mourya Siddavaram), a disillusioned mechanic, holds a grudge against women after a failed romance.

Sanju(Kaushik Ghantasala) finds himself trapped in a loveless relationship with Neha, a stand-up comedian who harbors animosity towards men.

These three men discover solace and camaraderie in a bar exclusively for men, where they share their frustrations and grievances.

Determined to make their voices heard, they embark on a journey that tests the limits of their convictions.

How far are they willing to go to champion men's rights and find their own sense of identity?