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Sreekaram Movie Review

Sreekaram Movie Review
Sreekaram Movie Review

Movie Review:  Sreekaram
Director: Kishor B
Producers:  Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta
Banner: 14 Reels Plus
Music director:  Mickey J. Meyer
Starring: Sharwanand and Priyanka Arul Mohan
Release Date: 11th March 2021
Rating: 3/5

Sreekaram Movie Review: Sharwanand and Priyanka Arul Mohan starrer Sreekaram which is one of the most awaited movies of this year, has finally hit the theaters today on 11th March on the occasion of Mahashivarati.  There is so much positivity around  Sharwanand starrer, and everyone is just appreciating the film. Let’s see the story of Sreekaram.

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Story: Karthik (Sharwanand) is a software engineer and  hehails from a poor family in a village near Tirupati, who depends on farming. Chaitra (Priyanka Arul Mohan) is his colleague and she tries to make him fall in love with her. But Karthik quits his job, he returns to his village and starts farming.  What challenges he faces form rest of the story of Sreekaram.

 Plus Points:

  • Sharwanand
  • Story
  • Farming message
  • BGM

 Minus Points:

  • Romantic track
  • Narration

Performance: Sharwanand gives superb performance. It’s not just his acting and expressions, his  way of dialogue delivery adds up to the emotion in the various scenes.  Priyanka Arul Mohan looks cute on the screen.  Rao Ramesh  in the role of  Sharwanand’ father, Naresh as a helpless farmer who works as a daily wager in the city, justify their roles. Sai Kumar in the role of an antagonist who snatches away the villagers’ agricultural lands is terrific. Rest of the cast of Sreekaram are ok.

 Technical: The storyline of Sreekaram is interesting and impressive.  Kishor B has carefully balanced the noble storyline and commercial image of Sharwanand gives a rightly blended and engaging movie.  The director handled the story and scenes very well.  The music composed  by Mickey J. Meyer is good.  The background music is impressive. Lyrics deserve applause. Dialogues are meaningful and it adds impact to  scenes. The cinematography work are fantastic and the movie has some fantastic visuals.   The cinematographer  captures the colorful visuals of village locals very well, which is a visual treat. Art direction by Avinash Kolla is decent.

 Analysis: Kishor B has touched the excellent subject in Sreekaram and made sure that there is something for every class of audiences.  Sreekaram is a film that inspires the youths.

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