Movie Review: Palasa 1978
Director: Kirana Kumar
Producer: Dhyan Atluri
Music: Raghu Kunche
Starring: Rakshit, Nakshatra, Raghu Kunche
Release Date: 6th March 2020
Palasa 1978 movie Review: Palasa 1978 is a rustic periodic drama set up in the 70s background, in which Rakshit and Nakshatra are playing the lead roles. The movie Palasa 1978 has hit the theaters today on 6th March 2020.
Story: The movie is all about the low caste versus high caste power in the village of Srikakulam district and how the lower caste people start a revolution. This village too has two heads Shavukaru and Chinna Shavukaru. Mohan Rao (Rakshit) (Rakshit) is a folk singer and he is very close to his elder brother. The rest of the story is about, how the villain brothers try to exploit the hero brothers?
· Post Interval
· Slow Pace
Performance: Rakshit has given his terrific performance. His body language and way of dialogues delivery are good. The guy who essayed the role of Rakshit’s brother is excellent. Though Nakshatra did not get the lengthy role she justifies with her role. Raghu Kunche did a good job. Lakshman as a sidekick to hero is fine. The person who played Police Officer character Sebastian is ok. The rest of the actors are all fine performance-wise.
Technical: Palasa 1978 has a routine story. Dialogues are superb. There are a few cuss words that are used in the film. The cinematography work is superb and showcases the rustic locations superbly. The screenplay is just ok. Kirana Kumar has done a good job who came up with such type of story and became successful to impress the movie lovers. The editing could have been better. The BGM by Raghu Kunche is alright and the folk songs are placed neatly.
Analysis: The main plus points of Palasa 1978 are performances, dialogues, and music. The movie’s pace is slow. If you ignore the routine story, the film Palasa 1978 will entertain you this weekend.