Krishnarjuna Yudham Movie Review

Krishnarjuna Yudham Movie ReviewMovie: Krishnarjuna Yudham

Director : Merlapaka Gandhi

Producers : Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi

Banner: Shine Screens

Music Director : Hiphop Tamizha

Starring : Nani, Anupama Parameswaran, Rukshar Dhillon

Release Date: 12th April 2018

 Rate: 2.75/5

Nani, Anupama Parameswaran and Rukshar Mir starrer Krishnarjuna Yuddham  has hit the theaters today.  After ‘Jendapai Kapiraju’ and ‘Gentleman’, ‘Krishnarjuna Yuddham‘ is Nani’s third film with dual roles. The film is helmed by Merlapaka Gandhi, whose earlier films Venkatadri Express and Express Raja were hits at the box office.  Let’s see the storyline.

Story: Krishna and  Arjun (Nani) are identical looking guys with no blood relation. Krishna belongs to a village in Chittoor district, whereas Arjun  is a rockstar who tours worldwide. Krishna is an innocent guy but Arjun is a big flirt, keeps trapping girls for pleasure. The story shuffles between Krishna and Arjun. While Krishna is trying for Riya (Rukshar Mir), Arjun is trying for Subbalakshmi (Anupama) in Europe. When everything  is going well, a criminal twist arises  in the story. What happens next? Form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

  • Nani’s performance
  • Entertainment quotient
  • First Half

Minus Points:

  • Regular story
  • No exciting moment
  • Routine scenes

 Performance: Natural Star Nani gives yet another riveting performance in this movie. His performance and body languages are top-notch. He entertains with perfect comedy timing. Anupama Parameswaran as Subba Lakshmi does a commendable job. Rukshar  Mir as Riya, the love interest of Krishna, performs well. Brahmaji got a good comedy role. Youtube star Sudhakar as a painter and sidekick of Krishna justifies with his role. Rest of the cast perform accordingly.

Technical: The story line of the film is simple and predictable. The screenplay is interesting. The director has mixed the elements properly in the film to create interest. Most of the songs scored by Hiphop Tamizha go with the flow of the film. The background music is good. Cinematography by Kathik Ghattamaneni  in eye candy. Dialogues are written well. Editing is not seamless. Art direction is good. Production values  of shine screens  are excellent.

Analysis: Krishnarjuna Yudham is incredibly predictable. First half of the film is engaging as it is loaded with non-stop comedy.  Second half goes into action mode but lacks engaging value. Nani’s comedy provides entertainment. Krishnarjuna Yudham rides on Nani and nothing more.