LAW Review :
Movie: LAW (Love and War)
Director : Gangan Gopal Mulka
Producer : Ramesh Babu
Banner: Sri Vigneswara films
Music Director : Satya Kashyap
Starring: Kamal Kamaraju, Pooja Ramachandran, Mouryani, Manju Bhargavi, Chttradhati Sekhar and others
Release Date : 23rd November
LAW ( Love and War ), the crime thriller drama starring Kamal Kamaraju, Pooja Ramachandran, Mouryani, Krishnamurthy, Manju Bhargavi, Chttradhati Sekhar, directed by Gangan Gopal Mulka, has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the story of LAW (Love and War).
Story: Radha ( Mouryani), who lives in Madhuram apartments falls for Vikram (Kamal Kamaraju),who is a police officer. Though she is happy with her love affair with Vikram but she feels that she is followed by building watchman named Rudra. She notices that Rudhra’s behavior is weird. Soon mystery murders occur at Madhuram apartments and Vikram takes the charge of the investigation. Who is Rudhra? How will Vikram solve the murder case? To get these answer, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
- Kamal Kamaraju
- Silly narration
- Repetitive scenes
Performance: One of the major asset of LAW (Love and War) is the presence of Kamal Kamaraju but he became fail to bring the right kind of expressions. Mouryani got very limited role and performed well. She is OK with her looks. Krishnamurthy, Chttradhati Sekhar, Manju Bhargavi and others performed according to the roles.
Technical: The storyline of LAW is interesting and the dialogues are impressive. Production value is ok. Screenplay is mediocre. Satya Kashyap’s songs are ok and his background score is good. Editing is not up to the mark. There are number of dragged scenes in the film that tests the patience of the audiences Gangan Gopal Mulka, narrated the first half in decent way but after the first half the slow narration spoil the entertainment level. The visuals of the movie are fantastic. Camerawork by Amar Kumar is neat.
Analysis: The director brought a good storyline as how women are being harassed these day but executed in boring and wayward manner. The movie looks amateur in terms of engaging performance. There are number of illogical scenes in LAW that spoil the entertainment level.