Film: Krishna and his Leela
Starring: Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor, Shalini Vadnikatti
Directed by Ravikanth Perepu
Written by Ravikanth & Siddhu
Produced by Suresh Productions, Viacom 18 motion pictures, and Sanjay Reddy
Music by SriCharan Pakala
Production Design by Ravi Anthony
Cinematography by Shaneil Deo & Sai Prakash U
Release date : June 25th, 2020
iQlikMovies Rating: 2.75/5
Krishna (Siddhu Jonnalagadda) falls in love with his college senior Satya (Shraddha Srinath) and then they part ways. Later, Krishna falls in love with his junior Radha (Shalini) which also eventually ends up with a break up because of the entry of Satya in Krishna's life again. Later, Krishna again sets his relationship with both, without the knowledge of other people. When the truth comes out, What happens? How did Radha and Satya react? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Siddhu Jonnalagadda's performance is impressive. As a confused lover boy, he played his part well and many people, especially youth can connect to him. He portrayed certain expressions very well. Shraddha Srinath looks good and the chemistry between Siddhu and the other two heroines is decent. Shalini, the newcomer did her part well and she looks like the girl-next-door and pretty! Also, Seerat Kapoor is good in her role as well. She has a lot of charm in her role and she spread the same on the screen. Samyuktha Hornad, Sampath Raj, Viva Harsha, and Jhansi made their presence felt.
The film's production design is amazing. The movie looks colorful and rich. The visuals are grand. The cinematography is amazing. The background score is impressive too. The conversations are very natural and relatable. The director Ravikanth is successful again with his second film Krishna and his Leela. The narration is simple and clear. The styling of everyone is on point. The production values by Suresh Productions are grand.
Having a relationship with two girls, at a time, is an old concept. But, it is still happening in contemporary times. The makers presented it in a different manner. Sricharan Pakala's music is too good. The relationships in the current times is a sensitive issue but the makers discussed it in a subtle and engaging manner. The film does not have any great story to tell but the screenplay is engaging. Also, the climax looks hurried and it does not give any justification for the love stories. The climax lacks the emotion completely. The writing is amazing. It did not go overboard at all. Since there is no story, the director concentrated more on the screenplay and the conversations which turned out well. Except for the climax, the film is entertaining completely.
Final Verdict: 'Krishna and his Leela' is a fun-filled romantic entertainer
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