Movie Review: Aadikeshava
Director: Srikanth N. Reddy
Producers: Naga Vamsi S & Sai Soujanya
Music Director: GV Prakash Kumar
Starring: Panja Vaisshnav Tej, Joju George, Sreeleela, Sada, Suman, Radhika Sarathkumar, Aparna Das, Tanikella Bharani and others
Release Date: 24th November
Aadikeshava Movie Review and Rating: Panja Vaisshnav Tej, Joju George, Sreeleela, Sada, Suman, Radhika Sarathkumar, and others starrer Aadikeshava has hit the theaters on 24th November. Let’s see the story of Aadikeshava.
Story: Chengareddy (Joju George) is the cruelest person from Rayalaseema. He tortures his village people by putting small children to work in his mines. On the other hand, Balu (Panja Vaishnav Tej) gets into some serious fights in Hyderabad and wanders without a job. One day, at the request of his mother (Radhika), he joins a company called Earthi Cosmetics, owned by Chitra(Sreeleela), and falls in love with her at first sight. How did the story turn from there? Do they have any connection with that Chengareddy? Why Balu has to stop Chengareddy’s illegal activities? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Aadikeshava on silver screen.
· Vaishnav Tej
· Sreeleela Glamour
· Predictable story
· Few silly scenes
· Flashback episode
Performance: The young hero Vaishnav Tej appears in a full mass role for the first time and impresses the viewers. Even as a mass hero, he is fit and has good screen presence and action. Sreleela is also impressive with her good looks and has given her energetic performance. The chemistry between the lead actors are good. There is also good comedy here and there in some scenes. Also actor Joju George is ok in the role of villain. He also gave a good performance. Radhika, Suman and others impress with the scope of their roles.
Technical: The main weakness of this movie is the lack of proper story lines. While the mass moments are good, the storylines that seem to go along with them are dull. The same regular line which has already been seen in many movies is also present in this movie. The production values in this movie are good. The music by GV Prakash is good. The songs are ok. The background score is good at places. Cinematography and editing are okay. The fights are well composed. And when it comes to director N Srikanth Reddy, it must be said that he has given below average work to this film. There is no freshness in the story but at least the story should have been screened in a somewhat engaging manner.
Analysis: Overall Aadikeshava is just an average mass drama. Mass elements and fights in Aadikeshava will appeal to those who want some new action elements. It would have been better if more screen space had been given to Joju George. His role is limited in this movie. Many scenes including his character should be designed better. The second half is slightly better than the first half. And if you are just a mass action lover, you can try it once.