Mirchi Hub Rating : 3.25/5
Cast : Nani, Mehrene Kaur Peerzada
Director : Hanu Raghavapudi
Music Director : Vishal Chandrasekhar
Producer : Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta,Anil Sunkara
Movie Release Date : February 12th, 2016
Production Company : 14 Reels Entertainment
CBFC Rating : U/A
What’s Good :-
Speaking of actor’s performance, Nani is the show stealer and carries the entire film on his shoulder. He is really quick in his moves doing good justice to the title of the film. It’s good to see him evolve as a hero, who can do characters with commercial trappings and comedy antics. Though, this is her debut flick, Meheren Kaur did a fabulous job and the adorable romance between the lead pair is really good. Comedian Prudhvi lives to his magic and remains a show stopper for this film. Murali Shrama is in his elements and pulls off situational and over the board comic sequences with much ease. The comedy scenes between Prudhvi and Murali Sharma are too funny. The other cast Brahmaji, Annapurna , Sampath raj and other were good in their respective roles.
What’s Bad :-
Run time of the film is also a problem and the story has a simple point and the complex screenplay makes proceedings go on and on.Second half of the film gets a bit wayward. After a cool first half, narration of the film takes a beating and slightly destroys the mood slightly. The director should easily added more suspense and drama to enhance the proceedings more interesting.
Movie Review- Story :-
Krishna (Nani) is an orphan and lives in Hindupur. He loves his childhood friend Mahalakshmi (Mehren), who is the daughter of Rajappa. Mahalakshmi’s father is the most powerful and reputed person in Hindupur region. But, Krishna and Mahalakshmi love each other but they keeps their relationship in disguise. Krishna is a coward by nature always try yo keep away from Mahalaskhmi’s father and brother Rama Raju. One day, Rajappa’s brother ACP Srikanth arrests David Vhai (Murali Sharma) in Hyderabad. Now, twist in the tale arises, when Rajappa and family attacked and ACP Srikanth’s three kids responsibility falls on Krishna’s shoulders. How the conflict between David Bhai and Rajappa was solved? How Krishna came to ACP Srikanth’s kids rescue? What happened to Nani and Mahalakshmi’s love story? That forms the rest of the story..
Movie Review :- Analysis :-
Director Hanu Raghavapudi narrated the film in a quite an interesting manner and he cleverly managed every passing scene as more twits and more characters make inroads into the narrative. He emerged truckloads of comedy in the film.The movie’s structure looks complex for a while and the way Hanu narrates and simplifies every bit by keeping the pace under control calls for a thunderous applause.As the film inches towards the interval you will get many suspense in the later half. And towards the climax the interspersing emotions makes your day with a proper culmination. The camera work is nice and so is the cinematography. The production values are superb and the art work is excellent as the locales are scenic.Songs by Vishal Chandrasekhar are decent enough that are well-picturized too. Background score by Vishal is good.
Movie Review – My Last Word :-
Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gadha is a decent watch and Nani scores yet another hit after Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. Nani surely justice to your money…
Punch Line: Hurry and grab your tickets to watch Krishnagaadvi Veera Prema Gadha on big screen.