Dil Raju’s this year most prestigious Srinivasa Kalyanam released today. The team is very confident about the result of this movie. So let’s get into the review.
From the trailer, itself director clearly told the plot of this movie. The central theme of this story is it is a satire on the present day marriage system and knowing the importance of marriage customs and traditions.
The lead pair of Nithiin and Raashi Khanna is adorable. Both are totally involved in their characters. Nithiin looked too good and Raashi Khanna is so pretty. She got a proper role again after Tholiprema. Jayasudha steals the show throughout. Prakash Raj rocked again with his evergreen acting skills. His dialogues in the climax were provoking.
Rajendra Prasad, Naresh, Aamani, Sitara everyone did justice to their roles. Nandita Swetha and Punam Kaur are okay.
When we talk about technicians first, we have to mention the cinematographer Sameer Reddy. He again showed his mark with this film. To do a family picture and to capture village atmosphere Sameer Reddy is the right choice. Brilliant visual through his lenses. Excellent music and BGM by MickeyJMeyer. Title song will remain as one of his career’s best. Editing work could have been better mainly in the first half. Production values by Dil Raju and team were superb. The direction is good. Vegesna Sathish took a beautiful plot and narrated it very well, but the conflict was not good. It was not that strong to continue his narration in the second half.
Lead pair acting.
Slow 1st half.
Some scenes were preachy.
Srinivasa Kalyanam is an out and out family entertainer which may not connect to youth.
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