Tollywood star comedian Srinivasa Reddy was converted as hero with Geethanjali. His latest film as hero is Jayammu Nischayammu Ra. The film got positive talk from several film personalities even before its release.
Film review: Jayammu Nischayammu Ra
Actors : Srinivasa Reddy, Poorna
Music : Ravichandra
Direction: Sivaraj Kanumuri
Producer: Sivaraj Kanumuri, Satish Kanumuri
Release date: November 25, 2016
Story: Sarvesh Kumar (Srinivasa Reddy) mostly believes in superstitions and swamijis. A swamiji Babapita (Jeeva) advises him to change his name. Accordingly, Sarvesh Kumar changes his name as Sarvamangalam. He gets a job in Kakinada municipality. But, he wants to settle in his native town Karimnagar to tale care of his mother. One day, he sees a girl Rani (Poorna) in Kakinada and falls in love with her. Babapita says that Sarvamangalam can fulfill his wishes by marrying Rani (Poorna). Srinivas Reddy wants to marry her. After the marriage, he wants to get transfer to his native town. But Rani (Poorna) loves another man. Sarvamangalam comes to know that the man’s character is not good. Whether Sarvamangalam was able to save the girl from the man? Whether, he gets marriage with Rani? Whether he gets transfer to his native town? These details can be seen from theatres.
Strengths and weaknesses:
The story selected by director Sivaraj is an asset to the film. He moulded the characters like people in our neighbourhood. The way how the scenes tailored between different roles is good. Each role is well connected with the story and there are no unnecessary characters. The comedy created by Posani Krishna Murali as a poor Brahmin and as a government employee by Krishna Bhagawan, both in the first half and in the second half, are very much impressive. Posani’s comedy at the climax scene is well knitted. Srinivasa Reddy, in the role of a man who believes in superstitions, acted well. Later, he comes out of the superstitions. Praveen as Tatkal, Krishna Bhagawan as Adapa Prasad and Posani Krishna Murali as priest have acted well in the film. Poorna, within her role, also performed well. The characters in the film are introduced through background voice and this takes considerable time which is boring. The audience are taken into the film after significant time. There are more comedy scenes in the second half than in the first half. Technically, the film gets good marks. Camera work is impressive. Ravichandra’s background music is attractive. Editing is also good and the production values are also good.
The movie running with lazy openings.
Updateap.com Rating 2.5/5