Krishnashtami Movie ReviewApr 21, 2016 06:38 AM
Once a superstar comedian, Sunil is now waiting to get a foothold as a lead actor in TFI. His 'Krishashtami', directed by Vasu Varma of 'Josh' fame, has been released today. The film has been produced under Sri Venkateswara Creations banner by Dil Raju. Nikki Galrani and Dimple Chopade paired opposite the 'Maryada Ramanna' actor in this movie.Does this movie turn out to be the much needed hit for Sunil ? Let's find.
Krishna Vara Prasad (Sunil) lives in USA since his childhood and though it's been 18 years since he visited India, he is allowed to visit his home village by his parents. He decides to come to India since he doesn't like a marriage proposal from his parents. He meets a girl named Pallavi (Nikki Galrani) in flight and falls in love with her. The moment he lands in India, he gets attacked and his co-passenger Ajay (Ajay), who tries to save him, ends up in hospital in a comatose state due to injuries. Slowly, Krishna Vara Prasad tries to find out the reason behind the attack, why his parents are not happy about his visit to India etc. As the story unfolds, the director surprises audiences with some twists and turns in the story.
Sunil is one of the finest actors in Tollywood and he once again impresses with his performance. But his mark energetic dance moves are missing in the movie. Nikki Galrani and Dimple Chopade are ok. After a long time, Brahmanandam evokes laughter in a few scenes. Ashutosh Rana, Mukesh Rishi, Ajay etc do justice for their roles.
The cinematography of Chota K Naidu is a big plus to the movie. A couple of songs were shot very well. The production values of Sri Venkateswara Creations are very good. The background score of the movie is also fine.
Interval and climax
Few dragged scenes
'Krishnashtami' story is good and has the potential to be made as a good film, but the film lacks an interesting screenplay to keep audiences hooked. Sunil impresses with his performance and Brahmanandam's comedy is also good. But few scenes seem to have been dragged. The interval bang is good and so is the climax. Save for some dragged scenes, the film is a good entertainer.
'Krishnashtami' is one time watch movie