Kalki Review

Kalki Review
Kalki Review

Kalki Review:
Director: Prasanth Varma
Producer: C Kalyan
Music: Shravan Bharadwaj
Starring: Rajasekhar, Nandita Swetha, Adah Sharma
Release Date: 28th June 2019
Rating: 3/5

Dr Rajasekhar and Adah starrer Kalki, directed by Prasanth Varma, has hit the theaters today on 28th June 2019. The movie has a dark storyline set in the backdrop of Telangana during 1980s. Recently released teasers and promo have already generated good buzz among the viewers. Let’s see the story of Kalki:

(Kalki Review) Story:

In Kollapur village, two rival gangs are fighting with each other in which Shekar Babu gets killed. Kalki(Rajasekhar) is appointed to solve the murder mystery. He starts getting deep into the case and comes to know that there is much more to the murder mystery. How does Kalki solve this case, form rest of the story.

Plus Points:
· Story
· Direction
· Narration
· Rajasekhar
· Production value

Minus Points:
· Narration
· Slow pace

Performance: Rajasekhar is the heart and soul of Kalki. He steals the show with his brilliant acting performance in the movie. Nanditha Swetha gets a meaty role . Adah sharma is fine. Rahul Ramakrishna is oj as the journalist who supports Rajasekhar in solving the case. Siddhu Jonnalagadda is fine in crucial role. Ashutosh Rana looks effective in his role of the main villain. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.

Technical: The storyline of Kalki is very interesting. The Screenplay is good. The music is in tune with the proceedings. The emotions are rightly captured. The cinematography work is outstanding. The natural and scenic beauty captured elevated the film to another level. But there were too many slow motion shots. The action and faction sequences are shot in absolutely terrific manner. The artwork is also superb. Production values are good. Director Prasanth Varma has added interesting twists and turns to make the movie interesting.

Analysis: Overall Kalki is a good investigative thriller drama. Prasanth Varma has done full justice to the genres. The Plus Points are the performance of Dr Rajasekhar, direction and screenplay.