Natural Star Nani, who is basking in the glory of Bhale Bhale Magadivoy success, is back with his next offering, Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gadha, in the direction of Hanu Raghavapudi, who earlier directed the critically acclaimed film, Andala Rakshasi. Read KVPG review to know, what this promising duo has to offer.
Go through the slides below to have a look at the audience's take on the movie, before you go ahead to read our view on the film.
A viewer's review of KVPG, who managed to watch the film at the premiere in Arizona.
This viewer is totally impressed by the film, suggests not to miss it.
Director Hanu Raghavapudi scores a few brownie points.
Story is the ultimate hero of a film, opines a viewer.
This viewer declares KVPG as an another blockbuster for Nani.
This viewer plans to watch the film once again for its entertaining content.
This viewer feels the movie lacks a fast paced narration.
This viewer is happy about the Balakrishna references in the film.
Comedian Prudhvi Raj wins audiences' applauses once again.
BGM by Vishal Chandrasekhar clicked well among the audience.
It is almost an unanimous blockbuster reports from overseas audience.
Another user who thinks the film is little slow.
The chemistry between Nani and Mehrene Kaur worked big time.
This viewer thinks that second half should have been more engaging.
Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gadha Story:
The film backs a simple plot with a hero (Krishna) and a heroine (Mahalakshmi), who are totally in love. But the girl's faction family background keeps stopping them from confessing their love to one another. However, the love continue to blossom between them and Krishna finally dares to put forth his feelings by approaching the girl's brother. This is where the twist in the tale arises, landing the protagonist in a soup. What does he do to win his love? What role the kids play in the film? This forms the rest of the story.
Nani is at his usual best and the title 'Natural Star' wouldn't have been apt to anyone else, except him. He shall thank his directors for not type-casting him or, maybe we should give it to Nani's choice of scripts. Mehrene was a surprise in the film, as she could emote beautifully, other than being a pretty face. The chemistry between the lead pair was a major plus for the film, which worked with the audience.
Technical Aspects & Analysis:
Hanu Raghavapudi's eye for detailing is something that will instantly make you fall in love with his narration. There is a lot of depth behind each dialogue and scene, which will connect us to the characters. It is easy to ignore the pace issues, if you are travelling along with the characters in the film.
Though he chose a simple story, he managed to tell it entertainingly and Nani supported him well with his antics. All the ingredients like comedy, sentiment and action were mixed well, making Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gadha a delicious cooked dish, the kids performances were the topping. Cinematography, music and production values of the film makes it a technically sound one.
On the whole, Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gadha makes an entertaining watch as there are no major issues with the film except for its slow stride. We must say Hanu is lucky enough to get Nani play his Krishna. Give it a watch folks.