Movie Review: Krishna and his Leela
Director : Ravikanth Perepu
Producers : Suresh Productions, Viacom 18 motion pictures and Sanjay Reddy
Music : Sri Charan Pakala
starring: Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shalini Vadnikatti, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor,
Release Date: 25th
Rating: 2.5 /5
Krishna and his Leela Movie Review: Krishna and his Leela starring Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor, Shalini Vadnikatti and others, helmed by Ravikanth Perepu has finally released on Netflix directly. Let’s see the story of Ravikanth Perepu’ directorial venture Krishna and his Leela.
Story: After the breakup with girlfriend Satya (Shraddha Srinath), Krishna (Siddhu Jonnalagadda), decides to move on and comes in the contact of Radha (Shalini Vadnikatti). Krishna falls for her but because of his job, he goes to Bangalore and meets Satya again. Krishna starts dating both the girls- Satya and Radha. What happens next? form the rest of the story of Krishna and his Leela.
- Siddhu Jonnalgadda
- Shraddha Srinath chemistry with Siddhu
- Routine story
- Missing emotional angle
- Slow pace
Performance: Siddhu Jonnalgadda justifies with his role. He has given his fantastic performance especially in the role of a confused lover. Though it is not the easy task but he impresses with his act. Shraddha Srinath looks a bit raw but she does her part very well. Her chemistry with Siddhu looks good. Shalini Vadnakatti’ performance also needs lot of applause. Viva Harsha gets a good role. Jhansi and Sampath perform well in supporting roles. Others performed accordingly.
Technical: The story of Krishna and his Leela is very interesting but a boy dating two girls, getting confused, there is no freshness. Ravikanth Perepu handled the story and scenes very well. The dialogues are superb and the screenplay of the film is interesting. Background score is noteworthy. Cinematography is superb. The Editing is good but some scenes could have been trimmed. The production values of Krishna and his Leela are good. BGM by Sri Charan Pakala is superb. Ravikanth Perepu wraps the movie in a quick time and the emotional angle is missing.
Analysis: Krishna and his Leela is a film that you can enjoy for its pure entertainment. The performance of it’s cast and music are basic assets. On the flip side, the pace is slow.