Srimannarayana Movie Review,Balakrishna srimannarayana Review,telugu movie srimannarayana Rating,
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Cast: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Isha Chawla, Parvati Melton, Vijay Kumar, Suresh, Vinod Kumar Kota Srinivasa Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy and others
Cinematography: T.Surender Reddy
Editing: Goutham Raju
Producer: Ramesh Puppala
Story-Screenplay- Dialogues-Direction: Ravi Chavali
CBFC rating: A
Release date: 30-08-2012
Kalki Narayana Murthy (Vijay Kumar) is a man of noble intention to serve the poor. His son Srimannarayana (Balakrishna) is an exact photocopy of his father. He is a journalist by profession. He bangs in to Swapnika (Parvati melton), a reporter from other channel who always competes with him in work. And later falls for Srimannarayana. Also there is Bhanumathi who is mardhalu of Srimannarayana. And on the serious note, a stir of events take Srimannarayana’s life by a storm and lands him in jail. And the rest of the story is all about how he ends evil and proves himself innocent.
Bala Krishna looked pretty handsome in the role of Srimannarayana. Unlike his recent movies, his styling and costumes are good. He is at his usual best in acting and carried on tremendous energy in songs and fights. Fans will go mad with some of his dance steps.
Parvati Melton as Swapnika and Isha Chawla as Bhanumathi are good in the limited roles they are offered. They had added the required oomph factor to the movie. Suresh, Vinod Kumar Kota Srinivasa Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Supreeth are good in the role of Antagonists. Rest all are okay in limited roles. Comedy track is neat.
There is no novelty in the Story of the movie, director Ravi Chawali follows a time-tested formula but made sure that there are ample commercial elements that satisfy the thrust of masses and fans. He projected Bala Krishna in the right way and extracted powerful mass performance. Screenplay of the movie is predictable which became an hindrance in the flow of the movie. Direction is good in parts.
Surrender Reddy’s cinematography technique is good. The songs composed by Chakri suited Balayya’s image but to normal audience, they might be a bit outdated.
The first half of the movie began on a slower note and picked pace from the pre interval scene and second half is good with ample mass elements required by Balayya fans. A slightly more gripping screenplay would have added weight to the movie. The movie goes well with fans especially Balayya’s looks and energy and it will be okay for normal audience. The box office success of the movie depends on how masses receive it.
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