Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini Movie Review – Emotional
Film: Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini
Starring: Sudheer Babu, Nanditha Raj
Director: R Chandru
Producer: Sridhar Lagadapati
Banner: Ramalakshmi Cine Creations
TeluguSquare.com Rating 3/5
The story starts with Krishna (Sudheer Babu), a CEO of an American software firm, who is on his way back to his village to meet his friends and attend Alumni.Krishna recalls his everlasting love towards Radha(Nanditha Raj), who is inspiration for him achieve a bigger goal. For Krishna, who was a dullard in school days, Radha encouraged him to study and have an aim in his life, Krishna turns into bright student to score eight rank in EAMCET. However, Radha was nowhere to be seen when Mohan made it big in life.He hopes to meet Radha at Alumni, but is disappointed when she does not make it. He goes to her house in the village to find her handicapped because of an accident. Will Krishna accepts her and decides to start a new life with her ?.
Sudheer Babu really gave good performance and this film Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini may well be considered his best film. He did justice to every garb in the film – a college student, a person who has completed a professional course with distinction, and as a CEO of a company.Nanditha is a real surprise in the film as she has given a captivating performance. She emotes well through her eyes.
Director R Chandru, who made Taj Mahal, has exceeded expectations and surprised audiences with Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini, which strikes an emotional chord with the audience.The film is a series of flashbacks of the life of Krishna. Although there are a few flaws like Unnecessary track of Posani and Sapthagiri , placement of songs can be drawback in the film and especially in the second half when it drags a bit, this can be overlooked because of the emotional content of the film. Chandrashekar’s camera work is superb and is in tune with the narrative. Hari’s musical score is pleasant. Krishnamma Kalipindi Iddarini is an well made emotional love story.
Strikes emotional chord !