Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review

Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review: The title and trailers don’t indicate that this is a Telugu film, but it is, Sebastian. Is there an explanation for this? The graphics and subject of the film, I believe, are both novel to Telugu audiences. The trailers have aroused my interest in seeing the film. Sebastian was released in theatres today, March 4, 2022, in the same way that Kiran Abbavaram has built a name for himself in Telugu cinema with singular films.

Sebastian PC 524 Movie Review

The movie has garnered great reviews and is doing well in theatres. This picture expertly blends comedy and suspense. Examine the peculiarity of the film’s production to determine whether it is worth viewing. Story Sebastian works as an undercover cop in Madanapalli Vil because to his night blindness.


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 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,

Sebastian Cast & Crew

Sebastian is a film directed by Balaji Sayyapu Reddy and produced by Sidda Reddy B, Raju, and Pramod under the Prime Show Films label. The primary actors are Kiran Abbavaram and Nuveshka, with Srikanth Ayyenger in a supporting part.

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

Sebastian is a unique theatrical experience, with a slow start and some humorous moments in the first half. After the murder, the storey becomes more interesting, however the second half lags a little. The film re-engages as the pre-climax surprises are revealed.

Kiaran Abbavaram is good; his line delivery could be better, but he makes us chuckle periodically, and the rest of the ensemble did a fantastic job.


Sebastian is hardly watchable, yet despite some lengthy segments, it is well worth your time.

Movie Rating: 3/ 5


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