May 23, 2024
Movie Review bey Skanda

Date of Release: 28 September 2023

Movie Rating: 3/5

Starring: Ram Pothineni, Sreeleela, Saiee Manjrekar, Prince Cecil, Gautami, Indraja, Raja, Srikanth, Sharath Lohitashwa, Prithviraj, and others

Movie Director: Boyapati Sreenu

Movie Producer: Srinivasaa Chitturi

Movie Music Director: S Thaman

Movie Cinematographer: Santosh Detake

Movie Editor: Bikkina Thammiraju

Movie Review by Skanda is the first joint venture between Boyapati Sreenu, the mass director, and Energetic Star Ram Pothineni. The film created a lot of hype before its official release in theaters today. To find out how the film is, read our review.

Story:

The daughter of Andhra Pradesh CM Rayudu (Ajay Purkar) elopes with the son of Telangana CM Ranjith Reddy (Sharath Lohitashwa). Rayudu is furious and tries to exact retribution, but all is altered when Bhaskar Raju (Ram Pothineni) shows up. Bhaskar Raju: who is he? What is his catchphrase? He targeted both of the CMs; why? What relationship does Raju have with Rudraganti Ramakrishna Raju (Srikanth)? All the answers are in the movie.

Plus Points:

Notable is Ram Pothineni’s remarkable makeover for this movie. His beast mode is incredible, especially when he defeats opponents during action scenes. In addition to his prominent role, his superb dialogue delivery gives the moments greater impact.

Sreeleela isn’t as remarkable as a heroine, but she still makes an impression on spectators with her amazing beauty and dancing skills.

Even though Srikanth has a small part and is the center of attention throughout the program, he plays a great role. Raju Daggubati also has a good role.

Thaman should be commended for his superb score, which elevates a number of sequences Movie Review by Skanda.

Minus Points:

The saying, “Forget the logic to enjoy the magic,” sums up Boyapati Sreenu’s recent films quite well, especially the action sequences. In this regard, Skanda is not an exception. really while the audience enjoys the battles and gets an adrenaline rush, there may be times when they wonder, “How is this even possible?” Boyapati Sreenu should focus more on this portion of the story, as it largely gives nothing new. The film has a languid pace during the second half after losing its initial interest. In addition to staging crowd-pleasing mass discussions and mass fights that leave fans whistle-blowing, he should devote greater attention to the plot, which should be captivating. The music and Movie Review by Skanda

Technical Aspects:

Boyapati Sreenu makes a comeback with a popular song that prioritizes action above sentiment. M Ratnam’s dialogue is passable and occasionally gives me chills.

The dynamic background score by Thaman elevates numerous sequences, particularly in the early half. The cinematography by Santosh Detake is excellent, particularly during the battle scenes.

The second half’s several pointless scenes may have been cut for improved pacing, but the editing is still good. The production quality is excellent.

Verdict:

All things considered, Ram Pothineni gives a strong performance in Skanda, which also features exciting action sequences and dances that are visually stunning. Fans and general audiences may love this high-octane entertainer, but others may not be as fond of its straightforward plot, nonsensical action scenes, and slow second part. You could watch this movie this weekend if you don’t mind these things.

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