MINUS: The director failed to establish certain characters like Suhasini and the boy with Sambamurthy teacher. Even Srihari's flashback is not properly narrated. It is hard to understand for the casual viewers that Suhasini is raped by some youth in her childhood and that is why she was staying with Srihari. During a picnic scene someone shoots Srihari. It is not shown who and why he tried to kill him. Another basic drawback in the film is lack of comedy. Absolutely there is no comedy. Moreover, the hero has no heroine and hence there is no relief in the form of songs and duets. There is only one item song by Mumaith Khan. Srihari's arguments are quite aggressive in court and in regular court proceedings that kind of movement is not allowed.
REMARKS: This is a serious film. One has to stick to the seat and watch the entire film without a chance to take any break. Though the taking is good and the film has a gripping screenplay and tightrope walk kind of acting, absence of entertainment and commercial elements have raised the dilemma whether it will do well at the box-office. Nobody knows whether it will succeed with mouth publicity or remain like Hanumanthu which won a critical acclaim.
Producer: Santhi Srihari
Banner: Sri Chalana Chitra
Cast: Srihari, Suhasini, Shamna, Sayaji Shinde, Rallapalli, Tanikella Bharani, Venumadhav, Subbaraju, Raghu Kunche, Ajay, Sree Tilakan, Raghubabu, Jeeva, Sana, Aiswarya, Rajitha, Mumaith Khan and others.
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