Sarabha Review :
Director : N. Narasimha Rao
Producer: Ashwani Kumar Sahdev
Music Director: Koti
Editor: Kotagari Venkateswara Rao
Starring : Aakash Kumar, Mishti Chakravarty, Sayaji Shinde, Napoleon
Release Date : 22nd November 2018
Story: Chenrakshudu (Puneet Issar) a black magician, who wants to rule the universe, tries to abduct Divya (Mishty Chakraborty) to give a human sacrifice to his deity to acquire more powers. However, his attempt gets foiled by Sarabha (Aakash Kumar) and his mother Parvathiamma (Jayaprada). When Chenrakshudu sees Parvathiamma, he gets shock because he has a dreaded past. How will Sarabha and his mother stop Chenrakshudu, form rest of the story.
Performance: Aakash Kumar, who made his debut with Sarabha, has delivered decent performance. Mishty Chakraborty as Divya is equally impressive. Jayaprada steals the show with her fabulous performance. She has given her best especially in the emotional scenes. Charandeep and Puneet Issar deserve a special mention as he delivered a power packed performance in Sarabha. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The dialogues are good and meaningful. The Cinematography work by Ramana is appreciable. The background score by Koti is fantastic. The Production values are good. Coming to the director N. Narasimha Rao, he chose a very old storyline to impress the audiences. The love track between the lead pair does not add any weight to the film. The cinematography, VFX works and selection of scenic locations are the major attraction on the technical fronts.
Analysis: Overall Sarabha is a good entertainer movie and suitable for all the different genre of the audiences as it is balanced blend of fights, action, thrill and emotions.