After a series of debacles, Sunil is testing his luck with Krishnashtami, that released today. Also, it is a litmus test for Vasu Varma of Josh fame, since the result of the film decides his future in the industry. Read our review to know the fate of the film.
The film has a simple story of an NRI guy, who meets a girl on his way back to India, during his stopover at Europe. The unexpected delay of the flight results in brewing of love between the lead pair and sets a few fun sequences. Though it was all a happy affair till then, a twist in the tale arises as the couple heads back to Hyderabad. How the hero fights back the circumstances and brings the tale to a happy ending, forms the rest of the story.
Read the slides below to know audiences take on the film, before you go ahead to read about performances, technical aspects and verdict of Krishnashtami.
The film just goes on and on.
Sunil takes over the film single handed.
The viewer says he walked out of the film as he thinks its terrible.
By the way, Sunil's next film is titled as 'Veedu Gold ehe'.
You know producer of the film, Dil Raju is a big fan of Pawan Kalyan.
Action sequences in the film are getting a special applause from everyone.
A Couple songs were also shot well.
Nikki's Balloon philosophy in the movie reminds you of Banthi Janaki, played by Kajal in Badshah.
Ahem! Hope you gets the inner meaning of this viewe's take on the film.
One thing that will run in your mind, throughout the film is, how much you miss seeing Sunil as a comedian. He mesmerized with his outstanding comedy timing. Nevertheless, he was also good with his dances, action and other heroic deeds. Nikki Galrani and Dimple Chopade were okay. Posani Krishna Murali, Saptagiri and Prudhvi managed to spread a few laughs, while Brahmanandam once again felt wasted.
In order to find a right measure of commercial elements, Vasu Varma ended up making a mere potboiler, which actually boils your head with its clichés. Every scene makes you feel that, you have had enough and it stops you from engaging in its proceeding. Though the tunes by Dinesh were catchy enough, placement of songs spoiled the tempo of the movie. Action sequences deserve a mention. Cinematography and production values supported the film well.
On the whole, Krishnashtami is just another commercial entertainer and has nothing much to offer, except for Sunil's impeccable comedy timing and dances.