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Krishanam Vande Jagathurum Movie Review

Written By Unknown on Friday, 30 November 2012 | 07:38


Producer: Saibabu Jagarlamudi and Y Rajeev Reddy
Director: Krish aka Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi
Cast: Rana Daggubati, Nayantara,
 Posani Krishna Murali, Milind Gunaji, 
Murali Sharma, LB Sriram
, Brahmanandam, Raghu Babu, Venkatesh and
 Sameera Reddy
Music: Mani Sharma
Release Date: November 30

RATING : 3/5


Performances:

Rana has improved a lot. His dialogue delivery in the stage plays is impressive. He has improved on various fronts. Now we can watch out for him to step in to the next level of actors. Nayanthara is good in the journalist role. She has dubbed in her own voice and did a nice job. Posani Krishna Murali is fine. Brahmanandam is entertaining. Raghu Babu and LB Sriram made their presence felt. Supporting cast is good. Venkatesh dazzles in his cameo appearance.

On the Technical Front:

Dialogues are pretty good. Sai Madhav is a great find. There are so many clap-worthy lines in the film. Music by Mani Sharma is great. Background score is fantastic. Songs could have been better. Camera work is decent and Editing is alright.

Krish has once again proved that he is not run of the mill director. His story ideas are unique and pretty different from others. He makes sure that he has an interesting premise and writes his characters in a natural way. That is the biggest asset for his films. KVJ is not an exception to it. He tried to mix some commercial elements to his script and the outcome is good.

Analysis:

KVJ quickly grabs the attention of audiences. Despite slow pace the film arrests with a perfectly knitted screenplay. First half of the film is pretty good. One gets a feeling that it is a very good film at the break point. However, the pace further slipped in the second hour and too much confusion occurs as the movie moves towards the final sequence.

Krish could have done better especially in the last thirty minutes as the impact is just average in that particular period of time. This film demands a spectacular climax but there are far too many compromises towards the end. Maybe the restrictions over financial support didn't allow the director to go for a grand finale.

Placement of few songs is annoying. Sad that even directors like Krish had to squeeze in at least six songs in the film. Despite the setbacks, KVJ makes a decent watch. It would be appreciated by the thinking audience. We have to wait and see if masses watch this one or not?


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