Average Critics Rating: 2
Average Critics Rating: 2
Pawan Kalyan’s Agnyaathavaasi full movie and rating. This Pawan Kalyan’s 25th film and is directed by Trivikram Srinivas. Keerthy Suresh and Anu Emmanuel are the heroine. This film marks Anirudh’s debut in Tollywood. Here’s the full movie genuine review and rating.
Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel, Khushbu, Bomman Irani, Murli Sharma, Rao Ramesh
Director: Trivikram Srinivas
Music: Anirudh Ravichander
Producer: S Radhakrishna
Banner: Haarika & Hassine Creations
Abhishikth Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) returns home after his father Vinda (Boman Irani) gets killed by unknown people. Indra (Khushbu) who is Vinda’s second wife, asks Abhishikth to trace the murderers. He joins his own company AB Group as an employee (in place of comedian ‘Vennela’ Kishore) and tries to find out the truth. In this process, Abhishikth falls in love with Sukumari (Keerthy Suresh) and Suryakantham (Anu Emmanuel). The rest of the story is how Pawan takes his revenge with the help of Sharma (Murali Sharma) and Varma (Rao Ramesh).
The first half deals with setting up of plot and introduces Pawan and his gang. However, when it is a Trivikram’s film, we expect punch and note-worthy dialogues. But baring a 20 minute lengthy in the second half of the movie, Trivikram’s mark is badly missing. As said the film is highly influence from ‘Largo Winch’ but Trivikram uses many sub-plot and narration is made complicated. Overall first half is ambiguous, with uneven sequence and also predictable. The second half is open and all about how he takes revenge.
Agnyaathavaasi is Pawan Kalyan’s one man show. Right from the word go, he is spotted in every scene and he is only saving grace to the complex plot and narration. Pawan’s funny antics are going to be highlight. Actress Khushbu impresses in her comeback. However, Rao Ramesh and Murali Sharma steal the show. Whenever they appear the screen, it is fun. Heroines Keerthy Suresh and Anu Emmanuel did not have enough space.
Comedian Raghu Babu is Koteswara Rao and the song ‘Kodakaa Koteswara Rao’ brings energy and whistles all round. Sampath Raj essays the role of a police office while Aadhi Pinisetty, Tanikella Bharani and Srinivas Reddy are good in their roles.
Cinematography is terrific. The film has beautiful visuals and they are complimented with superb music. Background music is fresh n classy, but that hero mass pulse for hero swag is missing. Chart buster songs have sent benchmark so high that the making didn’t match the imagination. Production values are lavish.
Bottom-line: Trivikram’s Plan B Fails Miserably