Movie: Srinivasa Kalyanam
Director : Satish Vegesna
Producer : Dil Raju
Banner : Sri Venkateswara Creations
Music Director : Mickey J Mayor
Starring : Nithiin, Raashi Khanna, Nanditha Swetha,
Release Date: 9th August 2018
Srinivasa Kalyanam Review: Srinivasa Kalyanam starring Nithiin, Raashi Khanna and Nandita Swetha, directed by Satish Vegesna and produced by Dil Raju under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations, has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the storyline.
Story: The movie starts with the wedding of Dr.Naresh and Priya in Sakhinetipallli 20 years ago. Story shifts to current. Vasu (Nithin) is working as architect and one day he meets Sri (Raashi Khanna). Both fall in love and their parents agree for their wedding. Vasu’s believes in family tradition, he follows his grandmother (Jayasudha), but Sri’s father RK (Prakash Raj), who is a big entrepreneur and doesn’t believe much about family values, throws a condition to Vasu before the wedding. The premarital agreement between Vasu and RK was kept as a secret from other family members. What is premarital agreement? What happens next? Form rest of the story.
- Traditional Value
- Emotional & Heart touching dialogues
- Simple and Predictable story
Performance: The biggest surprise is Nithiin. He’s shown us that he’s capable of good performances earlier. As Vasu, he delivers his best act till date. He is pretty good in the role of Vasu with mature mentality. Nithiin plays his role effectively and doesn’t make one false move. Raashi Khanna look cute. Poonam Kaur as Prakash Raj’s daughter is ok. Prakash Raj in the role of rich father delivers his best. Nandita Sweta as Nithiin’s maradalu is good. Rajendra Prasad, Naresh do well within limitations of the characters. Praveen, Satyam Rajesh and Vidyullekha Raman come up with another top-notch performances and their comic timing in dialogue delivery are impeccable. Aamani, Sitara and others perform accordingly.
Technical: Story of Srinivasa Kalyanam is all about what happens when a marriage alliance is set between two contrasting families. Satish Vegesna’s films have meaningful dialogues and sensible emotions. He has stuck to his core strength points and narrated the story in an interesting and pleasant style. The director tries to showcase the traditions of the marriage in Telugu families. The music by Mickey J Meyer is completely different from the tunes he has done in the past. Songs are refreshing and are well shot. Cinematography is pleasant with pleasing visuals and vibrant colors. Art direction is excellent. Dialogues deserve a special mention. Production Values are good.
Analysis: Srinivasa Kalyanam is a complete family entertainer movie that has something for everybody. The first half is good and the 2nd half is filled with a lot of emotional and heart touching dialogues