There is very little in the way of reprieve for the audience once you have chosen to watch the film. The first half of is weak barring one block before intermission. Routine first half, offers nothing new. When the beginning is good, everything else seems to be in sync. Mani Sharma is the music composer. Dialogues are good and lyrics are well written by Ramajogaiah Sastry and Kasarla Syam. Even here, Kalyan and Kajal play a tit for tat game with villain by creating an alternate reality of living in their house.
He takes the groom to temple and gets him married to his own sister as they both love each other. Twist in the interval leaves you guessing about the second half. Indent the second lines of all of your citations 0. More romance should have been added between Kajal and Kalyan Ram to make things better. This time, in his latest onscreen outing, reality television star Pratham plays a character that has all the antics that he has in real life.
Cast and Performance Nandamuri Kalyan Ram as Kalyan has done a fantastic job. A time pass movie that reminds you of pataas in some places. If successful, he gets to marry his lady love, failure would mean giving up on her. Music by veteran is alright. Kalyan Ram as Kalyan does a decent job. Enter Brahmanandam as a sharp-witted criminal lawyer Pattabhi. It lets the hero make what are supposed to be the most intelligent and powerful minds of the society look ridiculous for his self-promotion.
Once this imbecility is introduced, it's difficult to take the film seriously. Pratham deserves all the applause from the Kannada film audience for his bold and benedictory decision. The trailer, energy and dialogues and the songs had set the right tone and right expectations for this Summer entertainer. Due to a land encroachment issue with Gadappa, Kalyan Ram lays a bet with Kajal and how he goes about winning the bet to win the love of Kajal forms first half of the film. May do well in B,C centers. From the bizarre split screens to the godawful music. It's now up to Kalyan to defeat Gadappa Ravi Kishan at his own game.
Separate each of these components with periods. That goes something like this: someday, someone will come and end your evil reign. Although the story might seem like centered on her, she has very little to do. This film is an exercise in trashy moviemaking. Kalyan Ram tries his best and succeeds partially. Christopher Taylor is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Austin Community College in Texas.
Omkar Das Manikpuri, who was also a farmer in Peepli Live talk about imaginative casting , learns how to act badly by the end of the film. He made a passable first half with entertaining elements and he shifted into main content in the second half and he wrote this part well which is engaging thoroughly but seems routine. Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. Cinematography by Prasad Murella is nice. You all should know that the movie is directed by Mourya also the music production work is done by Vikram Subramanya. The confrontation scenes between Kalyan Ram and Ravi Kishan and some decent emotions are major assets. Debutante director,Upendra Madhav, worked as Associate Writer for Baadshah and as a Script Associate for Dookudu.
He then tries to convince Indu of the same and fails initially. Ravi Kishen as the bad guy gets a stereotyped character along with Ajay. Walking out of the movie, one feels that the writer in Upendra Madhav dominates the director. It makes Indian television look like a technical marvel. Cut to the next week, they end up working in the same company.
He chooses a simple story and narrates it in a okayish manner. After a long gap, Brahmanandam gets a role that is bearable to watch. But this is when a twist arrives. List them in alphabetical order, going from A to Z. Even then, he tries to impress her. His malicious deeds are disturbed when an industrialist becomes a roadblock on his dark path.