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YamaLeela 2 Movie Review | Disappointing Sequel
Film:Yama Leela 2
Cast:Dr.K.V.Satish, Diah Nicholas, Sadha, Nisha Kothari Mohan Babu, Brahmanandam and others.
Music:SV Krishna Reddy
Produced by:KV Satish – Krishvi Films
Directed by:SV Krishna Reddy
Krish (KV Satish) is a cool going guy who falls for Anandi (Diah Nicolas). Both works on the cure of Leukemia and Anandi gets to know the secret in Sanjeevani herbs in Kerala after performing few tests. But the herbs get destroyed due to fire in the forest and Krish leaves for Manasasarovar to find the herbs and manage to get Bhavishyavani from Chitragupta when Krish helps in saving Yama. Brahma takes away the powers and Yama, Chitragupta duo starts searching for Krish to get back Bhavishyavani.
What does Krish find in Bhavishyavani?
Does Yama succeed in retrieving Bhavishyavani?
Does Krish find the cure for Leukemia?
The answers for the above questions form the rest of the story.
KV Satish is the noted industrialist who has made his debut into films and he has a vast experience in business which happens to be the reason for him turning producer of the film. He, as a debut actor did well but he could not completely connect to the audience. He needs to improve a lot and has to learn several aspects of acting to survive in the industry.
Diah Nicholas is the female lead of the film and she is a foreigner. She is impressive in her role but fails to impress in performance and looks. Her dubbing is also not up to the mark.
Sadha and Nisha Kothari are good in songs and did justice for their roles.
Mohan Babu is well known as an actor and this is the second time he played the role Yama Dharma Raja and he has showed a great variation in his performance and proved again that he is an outstanding actor.
Brahmanandam entertains us in the role Chitraguptha and he tries to bring in some laughs. He is good in his role.
The rest of the actors made their presence felt.
The cinematography is handled by Srikanth Naroji. The cinematography in the film is good. The cinematography is impressive throughout the film.
Senior editor Goutham Raju is the editor for this film. The editing has been done very well and many slow and boring scenes could have been chopped for a better viewing experience.
The music is composed by SV Krishna Reddy. The audio album of the film is not so impressive and except for one or two songs, the audio album is not worthy. The songs are not good while watching on screen too. But the background score has come out very well.
Story & Screenplay & Dialogues & Direction:
As we all know that the film is a sequel for super hit film Yamaleela and SV Krishna Reddy has made his comeback into directing Telugu films after several days. He has chosen to direct a sequel and the story, screenplay and dialogues were penned by Krishna Reddy himself. The story is almost same from the original version and the screenplay loses pace and it is not interesting. The audience felt boring at several places of the film. The director has to change his mindset of choosing entertainment oriented subjects that will result in profits rather that these kind of subjects.
Yama Leela 2 From Reviewer View:
Yama Leela 2 is a boring film that lacks proper entertainment quotient. The commercial and production values are grand but the required ingredients are missing and it is the reason for calling the film a disappointing effort. The actor Satish has given a flop show. The fights are disappointing. The director SV Krishna reddy could have concentrated only on story so that he might have made it tighter without any drawbacks. He also handled the music and delivered normal music and he failed to grab a good name as music director as well as director with this film. On a whole, this film is made with a lot of money and hard work but it has gone in vain and the final result is a unsatisfying product.
Yama Leela 2 is a disappointing effort and a boring film. Check out the other films that released for this weekend.
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