Movie Review: Sreekaram
Star Cast: Sharwanand, Priyanka Arul Mohan
Director: Kishor B
Producer: Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta
Music: Mickey J. Meyer
Run Time: 2 hr 12 Mins
Release Date: 11th March 2021
3Movierulz.in Rating: 3.5/5
Priyanka Arul Mohan as Sharwanand Hero And Heroin 14 Reels Plus flagship film 'Sreekaram' directed by new director Kishore B. and produced by Ram Achanta and Gopi Achanta Realistic Incidents. The film was released. And let's go into the review and find out how much this movie has impressed the audience!
Karthik is a software engineer. Also takes the Best Employer award. From an early age, however, his father developed an interest in agriculture. With that, he leaves the job and comes to the village to do joint farming. His father who does not like it even refuses to talk to the hairy son. But what kind of farming did Karthik do with the people of his hometown? What problems did he face as part of it? What is his definition of agriculture? In the meanwhile, what is the love story of Chaitra who came to do some farming with Karthik saying that she loves him? The rest of the story is how this initiation finally ended.
Almost all of us come from farming families... We will be connected somewhere to the core emotion of this movie. That is the big plus point of this movie. Also, the villagers were well presented with the conditions on the screen. Some of the town scenes and shots in the first half in particular were great. All sorts of commercial elements are well maintained in the film.
And Sharwanand once again dazzles with his acting. As a software engineer, he impresses the audience in two different roles .. with different shades .. showing variations in each scene. The expressions uttered by Sharwanand in some of the emotional scenes that come in the second half are also a special attraction of the film. Priyanka Arul Mohan, who played the heroine in this movie, excelled with her stunning look and glamorous performance.
Also, Rao Ramesh, who played a key role, was the highlight of the film. Rao Ramesh's acting is very good in some emotional scenes. Sai Kumar, who also played another lead role, also acted very well to suit the role. Also, Satya, Murali Sharma, and the rest of the cast performed well to the extent of their roles. Director Kishore B has done a good job of directing the story without being over-emotional.
When it comes to the technical department .. Kishore B as the director did justice to the film. A good story, with strong characters (except for the heroine character), made the film interesting. But it would have been nice if he had made his article even more interesting. The songs composed by the music director are good. Visually their editorialization is also good. The cinematography work is great. All the scenes in the film are beautifully shot in line with the story. Although the editing is good .. the second half of the story is still trimmed as much as possible .. would be a plus for the film. The producers built this film without compromising anywhere. Their architectural values are very good.
As mentioned earlier, Sreekaram seems to be slow in some places in the second half, but overall he entertains the fans. ‘Sreekaram’ continues to be an engaging social drama that connects everyone with all sorts of commercial elements along with the chosen subject. Above all, Sharwanand and Rao Ramesh once again dazzle with their performances. Although impressed with the strong story and characters .. the director-led some scenes slowly. The love story in the movie is also not very impressive. But the point discussed seems awesome. Overall ‘Sreekaram’ impresses the family and village audience very much.