Movie : Krishnarjuna Yuddham
Actors: Nani,Anupama Parameswaran,Rukshar Mir ,Brahmaji ,Ravi Avana ,Sudarshan ,Devadarshini
Music: Hip Hop Tamil
Cinematography: Karthik Ghattammanani
Producers: Sahu Garapati, Harish Paddy
Directed by: Merlapaka Gandhi
Banner: Shine Screens
TeluguSquare.com Rating: 3/5
Krishna (Nani) and Arjun (Nani) are two different people without any blood relation. Krishna hails from Akkurti village in Chittoor district. He wants to love every girl in his village. Arjun is a rock star in Europe, Most of the girls love him. Arjun falls in love with Subba Lakshmi (Anupama). Krishna also falls in love with Sarpanch granddaughter Riya (Ruksar) who comes from Hyderabad. Meanwhile, these two love stories take an unexpected turn. What’s that turning point? Will these two love pairs unite ?..forms the plot.
Nani gave his best in both the two roles, but his role as Krishna is more entertaining. Both the heroines look beautiful and also acted well. In the first half, Brahmaji and Nani’s friends, Subba Lakshmi pinni, Devdasini and Prabhas Sreenu generated fun.
Technically the film is good. Karthik Ghattamaneni camera work along with Europe and Chittoor district are beautifully captured. Hip-hop Tamil composed three songs are good. Production values are high. The director engaged the audience with entertainment, he should have worked on the story in second half.
Krishnarjuna Yuddham is a very simple story. The first half is humorous while the second half will have the real story. Though the initial scenes are plain, as the story progresses, the Krishna character is going to be a fun riot with Chittoor slang. On the other hand, Rockstar Arjun sounds like a playboy. Nani has not impressed in that role. Two heroines face the same problem. The story goes to Hyderabad and then raises interest. But the lack of strength in the second half loses interest in the film.
The main plot is to save the girls whom they loved. The film seems to be slightly stretched, as there is a lack of entertainment in the story and the lack of material in the story. From the beginning to the end, Nani’s performance in Krishna’s role is plus for the film. Overall A predictable story goes completely wrong midway. Though some jokes are hilarious, it is quite a humdrum fare. While the screenplay tries to drag on and on the simple point, even the comedy or suspense doesn’t really hold our interest.
+ Nani Acting
+ Entertainment in the first half
– lack of strength in the story
– Some scenes in the second half