Movie Review: Athade Srimannarayana
Director : Sachin Ravi
Producers : H K Prakash, Pushkara Mallikarjunaiah
Music : B Ajaneesh Loknath, Charan Raj
Starring: Rakshit Shetty, Shanvi Srivastava
Release Date: 1st January 2020
Athade Srimannarayana Movie Review: Rakshit Shetty and Shanvi Srivastava starrer action drama Athade Srimannarayana has hit the theaters today on 1st January on the occasion of new year. Let’s see the story of the film.
Story: A hidden treasure which belongs to a feudal lord is lost and a tribe called Adheeras is in search of it. A quirky cop Srimannarayana (Rakshit Shetty) finds himself in midst of the ongoing chaos fifteen years later. Will the treasure recover? What happens in his pursuit of finding the treasure? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Athade Srimannarayana on silver screen.
- Rakshit Shetty’s body language
- Production Values
- Kannada nativity
- Slow narration
Performance: Athade Srimannarayana scores high on performances. Rakshit Shetty’ body langauges is good. He looks good in the role of smart, and witty cop. The two villains, Balaji Manohar and Pramod Shetty, are apt. Balaji is ok. Pramod who plays a cunning politician, is fine. Shanvi Srivastava as a journalist delivers good performance. She gets to play a de-glam role and adds different shades to this film. Rishab Shetty in a cameo is good. Rest of the cast of Athade Srimannarayana performed accordingly.
Technical: Director Sachin picked up the story of a treasure hunt and tried to impress the movie lovers differently. The narration is slow as the director Sachin takes his time to unravel things. The screenplay of the film Athade Srimannarayana is also wayward. Ajneesh Loknath’s background music is the biggest plus. The Songs are more situational and go with the flow. The production values of the film Athade Srimannarayana are top-notch. The production design, set work and art direction are fantastic.
Analysis: The film Athade Srimannarayana took three years to make and this has been justified in each frame. The minutest things have been taken care of, the guns, costumes for dacoits and cowboys, the fictional town, mammoth sets , the effort behind each of these is apparent on the screen. For Kannada audiences, this is a never-before-seen genre and comes as a complete paisa-vasool entertainer. But as the film has heavy Kannada nativity, it does not appeal to a select Telugu audience.