'Shamanthakamani' Movie ReviewJul 21, 2017 07:13 AM
For the first time, four popular Telugu young heroes, Sudheer Babu, Nara Rohit, Sundeep Kishan and Aadi have teamed up for the movie, 'Shamanthakamani'. Sriram Aditya, who impressed with his directorial debut 'Bhale Manchi Roju', pulled off this casting coup and the film has been generating good buzz ever since it's release. Bhavya Creations Anand Prasad, who is also currently producing Balakrishna's 'Paisa Vasool', has bankrolled this movie, which was touted to be a thriller. Rajendra Prasad played a crucial role in this movie. Read on to know how the film is.
The movie starts with a breaking news that a car, Shamanthakamani, worth Rs.5 crores, was stolen from Hitex area. Inspector Ranjith Kumar (Nara Rohit) takes up the case and the characters of Sudheer Babu, Aadhi, Sundeep Kishan and Rajendra Prasad also get introduced. As the film progresses the plot thickens and the confusion about who is behind the theft gets bigger. A major twist awaits the audience. Watch the film to know how finally the case is solved.
The performances of all the young actors Nara Rohit, Sudheer Babu, Aadhi and Sundeep Kishan are very good. They good into their respective characters with ease and fit the bill. But Rajendra Prasad's character is the highlight of the movie. The senior actor entertains with his superb comedy timing. Chandini Chowdary and other actresses too are good.
Sameer Reddy's cinematography is very good. Mani Sharma has given an excellent background score. Sriram Aditya comes up with a thin storyline but the screenplay is fairly engaging. The dialogues are funny. Editing is good. Bhavya Creations's production values are very good.
Performances of lead actors
Slow First half
Some unnecessary scenes
'Shamanthakamani' has a wafer thin story-line, but the screenplay is fairly engaging. The performances of Sudheer Babu, Nara Rohit, Sundeep Kishan and Aadhi are very good in this movie. Rajendra Prasad's performance is another major highlight of the movie. The 'Nata Kiriti' brings the roof down with his comedy timing and there are hilarious moments in the movie. Raghu Karumanchi's performance is also very good. Though the first half is a little bit let down, the second half is good and ends well. Credit goes to the director for handling four heroes well and narrating the film well, though the plot is wafer thin.
Overall, 'Samantakamani' is a good entertainer.
telugureporter.com Rating 3/5