Nartanasala Review

Nartanasala Review
Nartanasala Review
Nartanasala Review :
Movie: Nartanasala
Director : Srinivas Chakravarthi
Producer : ‎ Usha Mulpuri
Banner : Ira Creations
Music Director : Mahati Swara Sagar
Cinematography : Vijay C Kumar
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Starring : Naga Shaurya, Kashmira, Yamini Bhaskar
Release Date : 30th Aug, 2018
Rate: 2/5

Naga Shaurya who was last seen in Chalo and shared the screen space with Rashmika Mandanna, is  making his comeback with a romantic and comedy entertainer Nartanasala, which is directed by Srinivas Chakravarthi and produced by Usha Mulpuri under the banner of Ira Creations. The film Nartanasala which has the music by Mahati Swara Sagar, has hit the theaters today on 30th August. Kashmira and Yamini Bhaskar are playing the female leads in the movie. Let’s see the storyline of Nartanasala:

 Story of Nartanasala: Kalamandir Kalyan (Sivaji Raja) wants a baby girl but his wife delivers a boy.  They raise their son as a girl child including dressing like a girl which impacts his behavior. When he grows up, starts a fitness institute for women. Soon he falls in the love of kind-hearted girl  Manasa (Kashmira Pardeshi). On the other hand, he also meets Satya (Yamini Bhaskar), the daughter of  Jayaprakash Reddy. Due to some misunderstanding both the families fix Naga Shourya and Satya’s marriage.  Naga Shaurya has been forced to stay at Satya’s house due to Kalyan’s confusion. He says to Jayaprakash Reddy and his family members that he is a gay. As Naga Shaurya reveals he is a gay, Jayaprakash Reddy’s son Ajay also reveal his identity as a gay. Later Naga Shaurya tries hard to escape from Jayaprakash Reddy’s house. Will Naga Shaurya become successful to escape from Japaprakash’s house? What happens next? With whom Naga Shaurya will get married?  What about the gay love story of Naga Shaurya and Ajay? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.

 Plus Points:

  • Naga Shaurya

Minus Points:

  • Direction
  • Screenplay
  • Weak Story
  • Comedy
  • Editing

 Performance: In Bollywood, gay role is common in movies but in Tollywood, it is new. To play the character of gay on the screen, is not an easy task, but Naga Shaurya, perform his  role with ease. He steals the show because of entertaining characterization written to him.   Kashmira, Yamini Bhaskar  performed well but they got limited screen space. Sivaji Raja and Jayaprakash Reddy got much screen space but became fail to bring much laugh with their comedy. Each and every character in the film is written and cast properly.

 Technical:    The film’s technical department failed completely. Music and background score of Mahati Swara Sagar failed to make a powerful impact. The storyline line of Nartanasala is predictable. Vijay C Kumar’s cinematography failed to elevate the scenes. The production values are good. The editing of Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao left a lot to be desired.  There are many drags in this film that test the patience of the audience.  The Screenplay of the film is not interesting.  The story and climax of Nartanasala goes on predictable terms.

 Analysis: Srinivas Chakravarthi tried to attract movie lovers with a  gay comedy film but became fail because of weak script and poor comedy. To the top of it he failed with his screenplay and direction. Finally he ended up testing the patience of the audience right from the start to climax.

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