Krishna Vrinda Vihari Movie Review: Nagashaurya has been waiting for a perfect hit for years. His previous films Lakshya, Varadu Kavalenu and Aswatthama failed to impress the audience. That is why now they have high hopes on Krishna Vrinda Vihari.
Nagashaurya has been waiting for a perfect hit for four years. His previous films Lakshya, Varadu Kavalenu and Aswatthama failed to impress the audience. That is why now they have high hopes on Krishna Vrinda Vihari. Nagashaurya also went on a walk with the intention of making this film reach the masses. Is this movie that was released on Friday reaching the masses? Read it.
Movie: Krishna Vrinda Vihari
Construction Company: Aira Creations
Actors: Nagashaurya, Shirley Setia, Radhika Sarath Kumar, Vennela Kishore, Satya, Brahmaji, Rahul Ramakrishna and others.
Writing – Directed by Anish R. Krishna
Camera: Sai Sri Ram
Music: Mahati Swarasagar
Release: September 23, 2022
Krishna (Nagashaurya) is a software employee. A person who grew up in a methodical family. A boy who grew up amazingly between his grandmother, mother and elder sister, who give life to rituals. He enters the city for a job. He sees Vrinda (Shirley) there and likes it. She is his team leader in the office. Nandan, the project manager they work with, likes Vrinda a lot. He wants to marry her. But his mother does not agree to their marriage because of a problem she has. But Krishna, who envisioned Vrinda as his life partner, does not find the error to be a big deal. He convinces the elders of the house to get married by telling the elders about Vrindakuna’s mistake as if it was his own. In a society where even marriages made by telling a thousand lies are stopped, a single lie told by Krishna can cause a big problem. How did he get out of it? How did he reconcile with his mother and Vrinda? The story is how he kept the camphor.
With the name on his forehead and a six-pack body, Nagashaurya has adapted well in the role of Krishna on the screen. Shirley suits the role of Vrinda as a team leader, a North Indian girl and a modern Illali. Satya and Rahul Ramakrishna’s characters as colleagues in the office are laughable. Vennela Kishore smiles till he is not seen. Camera work and locations are also good. The songs are not meant to be sung over and over again, but flow with the story. Even if everything else seems fine, the story will reveal itself at the very beginning. It doesn’t feel exciting anywhere even till the first half interval. I get bored watching the same scenes. Moreover, every step seems to remind me of the recently released Sundaraki movie. Although the girl’s problem is new, it seems that there is a lack of depth in telling the matter on screen, showing the separation of the husband and wife and the way they suffer from it. The movie would have been more effective if they had been more careful about the screenplay and written new scenes. When the son has a defect, the ego that does not come out, why does it happen in the case of the daughter-in-law? The dialogues that say that a married boy is not only him…his mother and wife are also meaningful. Brahmaji’s character has to be specially mentioned.
Krishna Vrinda Vihari is for those who want to have fun.
– Dr. Challa Bhagyalakshmi