Movie Review: Ahimsa
Producers: Gemini Kiran
Music Director: RP Patnaik
Starring: Abhiram Daggubati, Geethika Tiwary, Sadha
Release Date: 2nd June 2023
Rating : 2/5
Ahimsa Movie Review : Abhiram Daggubati, Geethika Tiwary, Sadha starrer Ahimsa helmed by Teja has hit the theaters. Let’s see the story of Ahimsa.
Story: Raghu (Daggubati Abhiram), who believes in non-violence, and also believes issues can be solved by talking it out and following the law. He is in the love of Ahalya (Geetika Tiwari). Seeing this, the elders decide to marry both of them. On the day of engagement, she gets raped. Ahalya is spoiled by the two sons of Dushyant Rao (Rajat Bedi), a wealthy man in the city. Raghu admits her in a critical condition in the hospital. Raghu seeks the help of lawyer Lakshmi (Sada). To overcome his problems and punish Dushyant Rao’ sons, he choose the path of himsa (violence). What happens next? Will Raghu and Ahalya get justice? What will happen to Dushyant Rao? If you want to get these answers, one should watch the movie Ahimsa on the silver screen.
· Routine Story
Performance: Abhiram Daggubati, the son of Suresh Babu and brother of Rana Daggubati, has made his debut with the film and has given a decent performance for this film. His way of dialogue delivery and his emotions can be improved a lot. He also needs to improve in terms of performance skills. He looks camera-conscious and awkward for the most part. The characterization of the villains is ordinary .Geethiak is ok. Sada, Kamal Kamaraju, Rajat Bedi, Kalpalatha and others perform well.
Technical: There is nothing special in the storyline of Ahimsa. Coming on the work of director Teja, He inserts an unnecessary special number that yet again objectifies a woman in the middle of serious proceedings. There are some serious topics the movie deals with, but he mocks another woman for her appearance and failing mental health. The editing could’ve been better. The cinematography work is eye pleasing. The cinematographer makes the best use of the lush greenery the film is set in. The production values are good.