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‘Krishna Vrinda Vihari’ movie overview: A plot similar to ‘Ante Sundaraniki’, but needed a far better script

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Naga Shaurya places up a spirited efficiency, but ‘Krishna Vrinda Vihari’ is a middling romance household drama 

Naga Shaurya places up a spirited efficiency, but ‘Krishna Vrinda Vihari’ is a middling romance household drama 

While watching director Anish Krishna’s Telugu movie Krishna Vrinda Vihari (KVV) starring Naga Shaurya and Shirley Setia, it’s powerful not to be reminded of Ante Sundaraniki , which launched three months in the past. The crux of KVV is similar to Ante… An orthodox household realising its hypocrisy of not being empathetic to a lady, whereas it’s prepared to bend backwards for a male in a powerful state of affairs. There are some ‘lies’ packed into this story as nicely. The household in query, once more, is a conservative Telugu Brahmin family. However, KVV isn’t clear on the way it needs to current its story; it finally ends up as a random mixture of comedy, romance and unwarranted motion drama.

Krishna (Naga Shaurya) hails from a village within the West Godavari district the place his mom Amruthavalli (Radhika) has the final phrase. In the phrases of a bus driver, she is to that village what Sivagami is to Mahishmati. Young girls in that village desire to name Krishna anna (brother) than threat relationship him. 

When Krishna strikes to the town to work in a company workplace, we get a staple dose of workplace humour, with Sathya and Rahul Ramakrishna as colleagues. The workplace can be stuffed with a bunch of people that look and behave like thugs. When Krishna takes a liking to his crew lead Vrinda (Shirley Setia), a challenge supervisor makes use of these bouncer-like colleagues to put Krishna in his place. There can be a random motion sequence during which the hero flaunts his six-pack abs and drives dwelling the purpose that vegetarians may also have severe muscle energy. 

It takes a whereas earlier than Krishna and Vrinda, after a lacklustre wooing recreation, fall in love and determine to face a problem that may be a hindrance to their marriage ceremony. Krishna concocts a lie, with the assist of Dr Sathya (Vennela Kishore), after which his conservative household will get down from its excessive horse and is prepared to look previous cultural variations — Vrinda is from Punjab and her household isn’t so culture-appropriate (learn, they drink and smoke).

Krishna Vrinda Vihari

Cast: Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia

Direction: Anish R Krishna

Music: Mahathi Swara Sagar

Unlike Ante…, the female and male leads don’t frankly talk about the ‘lie’ that was concocted to deliver them collectively. Had they achieved that, the movie would have ended on the midpoint and saved us the remainder of the movie. What ensues is a extended tv cleaning soap sort of face-off involving Vrinda, Amruthavalli and Krishna’s grandmother (Annapurna). That challenge supervisor additionally resurfaces, serving to create bother within the climax portion when Krishna has to sprint to the airport (the place else! even in 2022?) to make amends with Vrinda.

To be honest, the male lead’s character is written with some sensitivity — the style during which he makes Vrinda really feel protected even throughout a night time out, how he understands her plight in a essential state of affairs and is prepared to take a resolution that his household wouldn’t approve of, and in the long run displaying a mirror to his mom’s hypocrisy. The feminine lead can be written pretty nicely, together with her attempting to make peace with Krishna’s household and asserting herself solely when issues go too far. Occasionally the comedy works, with Satya, Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna and Brahmaji, but the comedy in one among Anish’s earlier movies Ala Ela was a lot extra easy, and a riot.

Naga Shaurya places up a spirited efficiency and Radhika and Annapurna, regardless of the one-sided and caricaturish characters written for them, have their moments. But, marvel why Radhika is all the time made to put on heavy jewelry. Shirley Setia tries to do her finest but has a good distance to go as an actor. 

Krishna Vrinda Vihari is like a kind of movies we’d watch when there’s nothing else to do, but get disinterested after a level.



Source: www.thehindu.com

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