May 27, 2024
Aadikeshava

Aadikeshava Date of Release: November 24, 2023

Starring are Sreeleela, Sada, Suman, Radhika Sarathkumar, Aparna Das, Tanikella Bharani, Joju George, Panja Vaisshnav Tej, and others.

Srikanth N. Reddy, director

Producers: Sai Soujanya & Naga Vamsi S

Director of Music: GV Prakash Kumar

Dudley, the cinematographer

Navin Nooli is the editor.

Rating: 3/5

The much-awaited film Aadikeshava, starring megahero Panja Vaisshnav Tej, is now available in theaters everywhere today. Check out our review to find out how the movie does.

Story:

Balu, played by Panja Vaissnav Tej, is content and employed by Chitra (Sreeleela) in her cosmetics company. The story of Balu suddenly takes a different turn just as things are going smoothly. What connection does Balu have with the village of Brahmasamudram and Chenga Reddy (Joju George)? All of these questions will have their solutions in the film.

 Extra Credits:

In his first commercial action drama, Panja Vaissnav Tej breaks new ground while showcasing improvements in his dancing, acting, and fighting skills compared to previous projects.

Sreeleela gives the image more gloss, which amplifies its appeal. Her remarkable dancing talent enhances her on-screen relationship with Panja Vaissnav Tej, which is passable.

In the first half, Vaissnav and Nellore Sudhakar have a number of funny comedic scenes, and the other members of the ensemble are also quite good.

Negative Points:

The plot deteriorates, becoming incredibly predictable and unoriginal. The protagonist’s less-than-perfect alternate shade and over-the-top moments cause the second half to falter, whereas the first half flows well and features delightful comedy.

The movie features some fun battle scenes, but occasionally it veers into implausible scenarios that are reminiscent of the work of a well-known director.

Aadikeshava gives light roles to performers like Suman, Sada, Aparna Das, and others by introducing a lot of needless characters without giving them enough development.

Technical Aspects:

Srikanth N Reddy, a first writer and director, does a great job constructing clean comedy, but he struggles to tell an engaging tale that draws viewers in.

A mediocre performance is given by music director GV Prakash Kumar. Dudley, the cinematographer, tries his best to create an opulent look for the movie. The picture benefits from good production qualities and an editing that lives up to expectations.

Verdict:

Aadikeshava is an average action drama that presents Panja Vaissnav Tej in a fresh way overall. The other highlights are his comedic timing, his performance in action scenes, Sreeleela’s glitz, and the comic scenes in the first half; nevertheless, the main negatives are the out-of-date plot, the extravagant action scenes in the second half, and the needless scenes. This weekend, it might be wise to think about other entertainment possibilities.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *