Director : Anish R. Krishna
Producer : Usha Mulpuri
Starring : Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia
Cinematography : Sai Sriram
Editor : Tammiraju
Music director: Mahathi Swara Sagar
Production company : Ira Creations
iQlik Movies Rating: 2.5/5
Naga Shaurya and Shirley Setia played the lead roles in the new Telugu film Krishna Vrinda Vihari. Aneesh Krishna is the film's director. Naga Shaurya pinned big hopes on the film's success, and he played a Brahmin character in the movie. The film is produced by Naga Shaurya's home banner. Check out the film's review here.
Krishna (Naga Shaurya) is a Brahminy boy who falls for Vrinda (Shirley Setia). As time pass by, they get close, and Krishna successfully impresses her and proposes to her for marriage. However, some unexpected situations and dramatic events put their relationship at risk by creating conflicts in their relationship. What happens, then? How did Krishna and Vrinda overcome them? Did they get united in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Naga Shaurya performed well for this character. He seems to have undergone training for Brahmin character and the performance really came out well.
On the other hand, the new heroine Shirley Setia is good in her character, and she also performed well as per her character limitations.
Kollywood actor Amitash Pradhan grabbed a key role in the film and his performance is good too. Radhika Sharath Kumar, Brahmaji, Rahul Ramakrishna, Vennela Kishore, and others are also good. The rest of the cast made their presence felt.
Director Aneesh Krishna handled the film well but the boring elements that got into the flow disturbed the overall impact. The writing is not up to the mark. The film tried to be emotional at times but they did not work well.
The music by Mahathi Swara Sagar is good and the score is nice as well. The camera work by Sai Sriram is decent. Tammiraju's editing is good.
Krishna Vrinda Vihari is a family drama that comes up with an age-old story. The love conflicts, inter-caste wedding locks, the drama generated in between, and the comedy forms the story of the film. The first half of the film has a romance track and drama with a twist at the interval. However, the second half of the film failed to live up to the expectations as the drama fell flat.
Few boring scenes
Final Verdict: A half-baked family drama!
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