Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi Movie ReviewApr 21, 2016 06:38 AM
The stupendous success of Bhale Bhale Magadivoy cemented Nani's position in the big league and the film expanded his base in the US as it turned out to be one of the top 6 highest grossing Telugu films. Buoyed with the success, Nani teamed up with Hanu Raghavapudi of Andala Rakshasi fame and 14 Reels Entertainment. Ever since an official announcement is made, lot of buzz surrounded the film and it has been making noise for all right reasons.
Given the production house's previous films Aagadu and One Nenokkadine received brickbats, KVPG is an acid test for 14 Reels Entertainment. Curios? Check out our verdict.
Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha is simple love story of Krishna (Nani) and Mahalakshmi (Mehreen) set against a faction backdrop in Anantapur. Krishna is a fearing guy who assists a faction leader and falls in love with his sister. How Krishna wins his love and what are the obstacles that come his way is his Gaadha.
Nani's performance as Krishna stands out as it can be called as one of the best performances ever in his career. As usual, he carried off his role and the film with ease.
Newcomer Mehreen comes up with good show. It's a great debut for her and she definitely couldn't ask for more.
Prudhvi as inspector Jamadagni tickles the funnybone. Murali Sharma gives his best again. Scenes between Prudhvi and Murali Sharma are hilarious. Sampath and Brahmaji too performed well. Kids who play central characters in the film lived up to their roles.
To sum up, KVPG has flawless performances from its actors.
Attention to Detail
Rich Production Values
After a poetic love story like Andala Rakshasi, Hanu Raghavapudi picks a simple yet beautiful romantic story. His attention to detail and focus on even minute elements in the film. Hanu skilfully designed the project. He has recruited the best cast who fit the roles aptly. Although it's not a new love story, the fresh treatment makes Krishna Gadu appealing. Vishal's music, Yuvraj's photography deserve special mention. Visuals are grand and the realistic locations make the film look authentic.
Pre-climax and climax portions are good. Rerecording elevates the film. The last 30 minutes of the film make you stand on your toes. Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha is good attempt and must-watch film for this Valentines' Day.
Verdict: Krishna Gaadu Veera Hit!
Telugureporter.com Rating 4/5