Movie Review: Spark The Life
Director: Vikrant Reddy
Producer: Leela Shetty, Ravikumar Byrishetty
Music Director: Hesham Abdul Wahab
Starring: Vikrant, Mehreen Pirzada, Rukshar Dhillon, Guru Somasundaram, Nasser, Vennela Kishore, and others
Release Date : 17th November 2023
Rating : 2.75/5
Spark The Life Movie Review and Rating : Prestigious big-budget project Spark LIFE marks the film debut of Vikranth. Mehreen Pirzada and Rukshar Dhillon are playing the female leads in this film which is produced under the banner of Deaf Frog Productions.
Story : Lekha (Mehreen Kaur Pirzada) who has mighty expectations about her life partner, rejects every other guy whom her parents finalizes. Lekha chooses to marry a man she envisions, ultimately leading her to Arya (Vikranth Reddy) in Hyderabad. On the otherside, Jay (Vikranth, again) is wooing Ananya (Rukshar Dhillon). Later a series of suicides started to happen in the city. Before committing suicide, those people kill a few others, too. Lekha’ parents suspect that Arya is behind these suicide killings. Who is Arya? Is Arya dangerous? Who is Jay? Who exactly is behind these mysterious deaths? What is the motive of killer? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Spark The Life on silver screen.
· Vikranth Reddy
· Concept & Direction
· Placement of songs
· Lengthy runtime
Performance: Debutant Vikrant has given a wonderful performance. He looks handsome on the screen. Mehreen Kaur Pirzada and Rukshar Dhillon look cute . Both the actresses perform well according to their respective roles. Vennela Kishore and Satya are fine. Guru Somasundaram gave a good performance. Suhasini Maniratnam, in the role of a scientist with a brilliant brain, is good. Brahmaji as a cop is ok. Srikanth Ayyangar as Lekha’s father, Annapurnamma, Raja Ravindra and others perform well in their respective roles.
Technical: The story of Spark The Life is interesting. The songs are very good, especially ‘Idhi Idhi Maaya’. The cinematography handled by AR Ashok Kumar is captivating. The cinematography is pleasing to eyes. The editing is ok. The action direction by Jaguvar Krishnan could have been better.
Analysis: Spark The Life centered around the concept of brain control. The movie emerges as a promising debut for Vikranth Reddy, blending a compelling narrative, impressive performances, and visual allure.