Movie: Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha
Cast: Nani, Mehreen, Sampath Raj, Pruthvi, Brahmaji and Others
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Hanu Raghavapudi
Producers: Anil S, Ram Achanta, Gopi Acha
Banner: 14 Reels Entertainment
Music: Vishal Chandrasekhar
Release Date: February 12, 2016
Nani is back with a packed Love, Drama and Action thriller Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha. Directed by Hanu Raghavapudi, who debuted with Andala Rakshasi. Produceb by 14 Reels Entetainments. The film released today and here’s the complete review of the movie.
The Movie is set in a small town in Hindupuram with all that true accents. Nani as Krishna, a coward happy go lucky guy and a Die Hard Fan of Ballayya Babu. He falls in love with his childhood sweetheart Mahalaxmi(Mehreen) but is scared to death to reveal it to her family. One fine day Krishna decides to go and tell him about his love. This is also the time when Mahalaxmi’s family is attacked by their opposition gang in the village. To his shock, Krishna finds out that Mahalaxmi is not available at the house but her entire family is destroyed except for Mahalaxmi’s three little nephews.
Left with no choice, Krishna runs away with the kids to save them. Rest of the story is as to how Krishna manages to save these kids and ends up winning his love and what happens next has to be seen on Big screen.
Nani has once again come up with near perfect performance as a timid but determined lover. He is very believable and entertaining at the same time. He is very good with his comedy timing and is a true delight to watch. He delivers a knockout performance in what is essentially adifficult role. He shows a remarkable flexibility. Canadian girlMehreen Kaur Pirzada is aptly casted in the film and she is good withher histrionics. Satyam Rajesh, Bhramaji and Prabhas Seenu are superband it is their spontaneous humour and witty liners that keep the movie entertaining. Pruthvi is hilarious as usual. Antagonists Ramaraju, Satru, Harish Uttaman,Murali Sharma and Ravi Kale did their best in their promising roles. Sampath Kumar is very impressive as a powerful ACP Srikanth. The child actorsBaby Nayana, Moksha and Sri Pratham are good in their roles.
Director Hanu Raghavapudi has done a very good job in keeping the pace up all the time. He made sure to have a sound script and dealt in an entertaining fashion. On a whole he made an enjoyable film with not much to complain about.
Music is decent and the back ground score also elevates the film well. Cinematographer’s work is topnotch. Editing is okay. There are scenes that need some chopping to make it crisper.
14 Reels should be credited for their outstanding production values. All the locations chosen and the way they have been showcased through the excellent camera work is appreciable.
Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha is a director’s film. There is nothing sensational about the script but the director has made it a thoroughly entertaining movie with multi layered screenplay. There are many twists and turns in the film to keep you hooked all the time. Nani’s characterization is superb which helped to maintain the entertainment mode right from the beginning.
The film lives up to the promise it has shown in its promos. It is a well made film that is worth watching just for the entertainment.
i-Say: Krishnagadi Veera Prema Gadha is an Combo Pack of Love, Action and Drama.