Director : B Jaya
Producer : BA Raju
Music : DJ Vasanth
Cast : Harish Varma, Avanthika Mishra, Prudhvi, Sudharshan and Others
Rate : 2.75/5
Release Date : 21st July 2017
Lady Director B.Jaya who delivered decent hit movies like Chantigadu, Gundamma Gari Manavadu, and Lovely is making her comeback with a youthful romantic entertainer ‘Vaishakam’ starring Harish Varma and Avanthika Mishra. The film has hit the theaters today on 21st July. Let’s see how the film turns out to be.
Story: Venu (Harish) lives in an apartment and he does not give respect to the elders. One day he meets Bhanu (Avantika Mishra) who is a beautician. She always gives importance to family values. She has a fixed opinion on things, and yet she is slightly shy. As expected, both Venu and Bhanu initially indulge in fights initially and slowly he falls for Bhanu but when he proposes Bhanu, she turns down Venu’s proposal. What will happen now? What about Venu’s family? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
Performance: As it is the first movie of Harish Varma. He delivers his best. He perfectly fits in the role and acted brilliantly. If he continues to choose films with care, he will indeed have a promising career. Avantika Mishra looks pretty and played her part well. She has proved that she is not just an eye candy and is an outstanding performer too. Presence of Sai Kumar is one of the major highlight of the film. Though he got limited screen space but he was at the best. Badram, senior actors Rama Prabha, Kasi Viswanath, Krishna Bhagawan, 30 Years Industry fame Prudhvi, Sudharshan and others justify with their roles.
Technical: Though the storyline of the movie is simple but B Jaya has done superb job as she narrated it in very interesting manner. Dialogues are noteworthy. The music by DJ Vasant is impressive. The cinematography by Valisetty Subba Rao is top notch. The visuals are stunning and a treat to the eyes. Foreign locales including Kazhakistan, make the songs appealing. The production value is excellent. The editing is decent. The artwork and camera give a rich look to the movie. The director has done good job by adding the comedy and ample entertainment.
Analysis: Vaishakam is a full length entertainer movie that carries the social message. B Jaya throws light on apartment culture that is rampant in today’s age.