Review : Prathyardhi
Director: Shankar Mudavath
Producer: Sanjay Saha
Music Director: Siddhant Prini
Starring: Ravi Varma Aduri, Rohit Behal, Akshata Sonawane, Neelima Pathakamsetti, Tagobothu Ramesh
Release date: 6th January 2023
Rating : 2.75/5
Prathyardhi Movie Review : Ravi Varma Aduri, Rohit Behal, Akshata Sonawane, Neelima Pathakamsetti, Tagobothu Ramesh starrer Prathyardhi helmed by Shankar Mudavath has hit the theaters today on 6th January 2023. Let’s see the story of Prathyardhi.
Story: Krishna Prasad (Ravi Varma), who works as a sub-inspector in the Hyderabad crime branch, gets a case. A woman named Vaishali complains to the police that her husband is missing. Krishna Prasad starts the investigation. What problems Krishna Prasad face in this case? How does he solve the case? Who is Shiva (Rohit Behal) and how is he connected with this case? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Prathyardhi on silver screen.
· Second half
· Few illogical scenes
Performance: The performance of Rohit Behl in the role of mechanic is fantastic. His body language, especially in emotional and suspenseful sequences, are impressive. Ravi Varma also delivers the finest performance. Balwinder Singh, gets a good response in the theater for every dialogue. Similarly, Totapalli Madhu, Thagubothu Ramesh and Vamsi impressed with their performances. Akshatha Sonavane and Neelyam Pathakmaysetti look cute. The chemistry between Rohit Behal and Akshatha Sonawane is good. Rest of the cast perform accordingly.
Technical: The story of Prathyardhi is interesting but it runs at a slow pace. The Cinematography is the highlight of the movie. Cameraman work is very good in some important scenes. The production values are good. The action part which is choreographed by Shaolin Mallesh is good. BGM is apt for the film’s setup. The editing is crisp.
Analysis: Overall Prathyardhi is an engaging crime thriller drama. There are few illogical scenes in the first half. The climax twist is interesting. Coming on the work of director Shankar Mudavath, he showcased the crime drama in a suspenseful manner. He maintained the suspense till the end by not revealing the murderer. Though it’s his debut, he narrated it in an interesting manner.
Rating : 2.75/5