Movie Review: Akshara
Director: Chinni Krishna
Producer: Suresh Varma Alluri, Ahiteja Bellamkonda
Music director: Suresh Bobbili
Starring: Nandita Swetha, Madhunandan, Shakalaka Shankar, Ajay Ghosh
Release Date: 26th February 2021
Akshara Movie Review: Nandita Swetha, Madhunandan, Shakalaka Shankar, Ajay Ghosh starrer movie Akshara has hit the theaters today on 26th February. Let’s see the story of the film Akshara.
Story: Akshara (Nandita Swetha) joins Vidya Vidhaan Institutions as a Physics professor. Her aim is to less the burden on the students. The reputed educational institution in which Akshara works, is run by Sanjay Bhargav (Sanjay Swaroop) who is focused on ranks and wants his students to secure top ranks at any cost. One day, Sri Teja (Sri Teja), who falls in love with Akshara, decides to propose to her but Akshara kills him. Why does Akshara kill Sri Teja? What is the main motive behind Akshara joining the institute as a teacher? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on the silver screen.
- Interval twist
- Forces comedy
- Few unwanted scenes
- No thrill
Performance: Nandita Swetha is the role of a teacher Akshara gives a decent performance. Her performance during a crucial press meet episode in the second half deserves applause from the movie lovers. Sanjay Swaroop as antagonist is good but his image didn’t quite live up to role of a ruthless industrialist that the script demanded. Sri Teja, Satya, Shakalaka Shankar, Madhunandan,Satru and others justify their roles. Harsha Vardhan gets a meaty role.
Technical: The plotline looks predictable and the movie picks up pace in the second half following a dramatic interval twist. Although there’s not anything new in this film to attract the movie lovers. Editor should use the scissors to chop unnecessary and dragged scenes of this film based on the education system. Though the story-line of the movie is good but execution is horrible. There are a number of unwanted scenes that spoil the entertainment level. The music by Suresh Bobbili is ok. The cinematography is decent for the most part. The screenplay and narration part has a few loopholes.
Analysis: Overall Akshara is a social drama that is about the burning issue of the current education system and the suicides of the students.