Movie Review: My Name is Shruthi
Director: Srinivas Omkhar
Producer: Burugu Ramya Prabhakar
Music Director: Mark. K. Robin
Starring : Hansika Motwani, Prema, Murali Sharma, Pooja Ramachandran, and others
Release Date: 17th November 2023
Rating : 2.75/5
My Name is Shruthi Movie Review : Hansika Motwani, Prema, Murali Sharma, Pooja Ramachandran, and others starrer My Name is Shruthi, has finally hit the theaters. Let’s see the story of My Name is Shruthi.
Story: A renowned businessman consults a famous skin specialist Dr. Kiranmayi (Prema) to make his wife look younger. But for that she suggests some kind of skin pigment treatment. This racket runs like a mafia. It is run by MLA Gurumurthy (Adukalam Naren). And this mafia comes to Shruthi (Hansika Motwani) who works in an ad agency. And how the story took a turn from there? What is the conclusion that such a mafia exists? You have to watch this movie to know what Shruthi does.
· Hansika Motwani
Performance: It must be said that this is the first film that Hansika has done in Tollywood after a long time and she has captured a good subject. Also, the performance that she showed in accordance with this story, she presented the variations that she showed neatly. Hansika body language and screen presence makes an impact. Sai Teja, Aadukalam Naren and Murali Sharma who appeared along with her did a good job in their roles. Also, actor Praveen is also seen in a good role despite his limited role.
Technical: The story chosen by the director in this film is good but the director took a lot of time to show that story in detail. It doesn’t matter in the starting but even until the first shot, it doesn’t feel like the movie is in that concept. The production values are good in this film. The music and cinematography are ok. The editing needs to be better in the first half. Dialogues are also okay.
Analysis: The main theme of this film is impressive. While the point chosen by the director is interesting, the way it is handled is good. Some twists in the second half are interesting and the narration is impressive. The director took a long time to go into the main line of cinema. He showed his brilliance in the second half. Many scenes have their connections and it is good to design another version of them.
Overall, Hansika impresses with a decent performance in “My Name is Shruthi”. Also the concept chosen by the director is also good but it would have been better if the concept was highlighted and the ending was better. With this, the film gives a just okay treat this weekend.