Subrahmanyapuram Review :
Movie : Subrahmanyapuram
Director : Santhossh Jagarlapudi
Producer : Beeram Sudhakara Reddy
Banner : Sudhakar Implex Ipl
Music : Shekar Chandra
Starring : Sumanth, Eesha Rebba
Release Date : 7th December 2018
Subrahmanyapuram Review: Subrahmanyapuram is Sumanth’s 25th movie, directed by Santhossh Jagarlapudi and produced by Beeram Sudhakara Reddy, which has hit the theaters today on 7th December. Let’s see the storyline:
Subramanyapuram Story: Subramanyapuram starts with the backdrop of ancient Subramanya swamy temple, where series of suicides occur. The people are clueless about the happenings in the village. Karthik ( Sumanth) is a researcher, who starts the investigation. How does he find the culprit behind the suicide, form rest of the story.
- Sumanth’s performance
- Eesha Rebba
Performance: One of the major assets of Subramanyapuram is the presence and performance of Sumanth. He essayed the role with perfection. His screen presence is impressive and expressions are mind-blowing. His performance throughout the film is highlighted. Eesha Rebba performed well. Rest of the caste performed accordingly.
Technical: Subramanyapuram has meaningful dialogues and sensible emotions. The movie has interesting storyline. The director has stuck to his core strength points and narrated the story in an interesting and pleasant style. The screenplay of the film is good. Cinematography is good and is in tune with the concept of the film. The Background music scored by Shekar Chandra is excellent. Art direction is apt. Production values are good.
Analysis: Plus points of Subramanyapuram movie are the presence of Sumanth, Santhossh Jagarlapudi’s direction, cinematography and the music. On the flipside, the editing is below par. The director tries to cater to all cross section of audiences by having all types of elements in the first half, he made sure that he sticks to the basic plot of the film towards climax.