Movie Review: Akhanda
Director: Boyapati Srinu
Producer: Miryala Ravinder Reddy
Music Director: Thaman S
Starring: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Pragya Jaiswal, Jagapathi Babu, Srikanth and others
Release Date: 2nd December 2021
Akhanda Movie Review: Nandmuri Balakrishna, Pragya Jaiswal and Srikanth starrer Akhanda, helmed by Boyapati Srinu, has finally arrived at the theaters today on 2nd December. Let’s see the story of Akhanda.
Story: Sravanya (Pragya Jaiswal) is a district collector, who likes Murali Krishna(Balakrishna) for his good deeds in the district. Varadarajulu (Srikanth), a cruel person, is a illegal mine owner. Murali Krishna takes on Varadarajulu but he gets arrested. Soon Akhanda(Balakrishna as Aghora) enters the scene to save everyone. Who is this Akhanda? What happens when Akhanda enters the situation and how does he save the people? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Akhanda on the silver screen.
- Punched dialogues
- Emotional angle missing
Performance: The casting of Akhanda is perfect. Balakrishna steals the show with his performance and way of dialogue delivery. And he suits his role every bit and his chiseled body that captures quite a few frames would surely be the envy of every man. His punched dialogues are ear feast for fans and movie lovers. Balakrishna does full justice to his roles and his fans love Akhanda character most. Srikanth is ferocious in the negative role and he gives a good fight to Balakrishna. But his screen time is limited. Pragya Jaiswal looks cute on the screen. Jagapathi Babu, Kalakeya Prabhakar, Poorna and others justify with their roles.
Technical: Cinematographer captures the mood of the film perfectly. Akhanda has superb visuals and credit should completely go to the production design department for giving the film a grand look. Thaman’ background score is impressive. Screenplay is neat. Coming to the work of Boyapati Srinu as a director, he has done a stupendous job . The emotional angle is missing a bit in the second half.
Analysis: Akhanda is all about the dialogues and Balakrishna’ performance. It is a feast for hardcore fans.