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Suryakantham Movie Review
Movie Name: Suryakantham
Release Date: 29 March 2019
Cast: Niharika Konidela, Rahul Vijay
Director: Pranith Bramandapally
Producers: Srujan Yarabolu, Sundeep Yerramreddy
Music: Mark K Robin
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Run Time: 123 minutes
Mega princess Niharika who was last seen in 'Happy Wedding' movie and failed to impress the audience is all set to test her luck one more time with her upcoming film 'Suryakantham.' Touted to be a romantic comedy entertainer, Rahul Vijay of 'Ee Maya Peremito' played the lead role in the film. Pranith Bramandapally who previously helmed Niharika's 'Nanna Koochi' and 'Muddapappu Avakai' web series helmed this project as well. USA distributors Nirvana Cinemas are making their production debut with this film which finally made it into the theatres today on March 29th. Here is the review of the film.
Story: Suryakantham (Niharika) is a modern day 25-year-old girl who wants to live life on her own terms. Her mother (Suhasini) urges her to get married but she doesn’t listen. One fateful day she falls in love with Abhinav (Rahul Vijay) but before their love gets culminated, unexpected twist happens and Suryakantham vanishes. Cut to, Pooja (Perlene) enters into Abhinav’s life. They get engaged and then Suryakantham makes a re-entry into Rahul’s life. What happens next between these three characters? Whom will Abhinav get married to forms the climax of the story
Performances: Niharika Konidela is the show stealer of the film. The actress has delivered an energetic performance which is undoubtedly one of the major driving factors in the movie. We can say that she has dramatically improved when compared to her previous films and despite getting a challenging role, Niharika has pulled it off with grace.
Rahul Vijay delivered an impressive performance. He looked handsome and also his dialogue delivery is excellent.
Perlene Bhesania looked extremely beautiful in the film. She also provided a decent performance. Shivaji Raja delivered an honest performance. Satya played the sidekick of Rahul Vijay and justified his role. Madhumani, as usual, has given her best in her role.
The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.
Technical Aspects: Production values used by Nirvana Cinemas are very lavish, and the producers have invested a decent amount without compromising in terms of quality.
Mark K. Robin’s music is good and gels well with the mood of the film. His BGM is also effective in key emotional scenes. But the choreography isn’t up to the mark to enhance the visual appeal of the songs.
DOP Hariprasad has done a cool job.
Analysis: Director has chosen a Bollywoodish theme but couldn’t execute it for the Telugu movie-going audience. Also, the film feels like a stretched episode of a web series. The first half has too much lag, and the second half isn’t any better. Director got confused as to whether to make the audience laugh or emotional. Interval bang is reminiscent of movies like ‘Aavida Maa Aavide”. Except for some cute comic episodes featuring Niharika, there isn’t much to take home.
Verdict: Overall, 'Suryakantham' is an average film but can be watched only once.
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