Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Review

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Review
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Director: Ramakhanth Reddy
Producer: Maheshwar Reddy, Katam Ramesh, Chandra Obul Reddy
Release Date: Fri 29th Mar 2024
Actors: Vishwa Karthikeya, Aayushi Patel, Chitra Shukla, Roopa Lakshmi, Anish Kuruvilla, Devi Prasad, Narain Rama etc..
Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Movie Rating: 2.25 / 5
Punchline: Kaliyugam Pattanamlo - Crime Thriller !

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo (2024): What's Behind

Vishwa Karthikeya, Aayushi Patel, and Chitra Shukla starrer Kaliyugam Pattanamlo, directed by Ramakhanth Reddy,released on April 29, 2024. The film offers a gripping narrative that delves into the complexities of modern society, blending elements of drama, suspense, and social commentary.This is what the film offered to viewers.

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Movie: Story Review

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo is all about the mysterious happenings in the town and its connection to two families. Police Officer Prabhakar (Anish Kuruvilla), directs daring cop Shivangi (Chitra Shukla) to go to Nandyal and nab the criminals behind the mysterious murders and other happenings in Nandyal town. Where this leads to and how it is connected to her niece, engineering student Sravani (Aayushi Patel), her boyfriend Vijay (Vishwa Karthikeya) and what role Vijay's parents Mohan, Kalpana (Devi Prasad, Roopa Lakshmi) played and how the developments are connected to Sagar (Vishwa Karthikeya) form rest of the narration.

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Movie: Artists Review

In Kaliyugam Pattanamlo, Vishwa Karthikeya attempted to showcase variations in two roles, putting in his best effort to portray different mannerisms for each. While he achieved some success, the variations were subtle, and viewers did not perceive much difference between the two roles. Aayushi Patel's presence on screen was charming, but unfortunately, her role did not offer much scope to showcase her acting talent.

Chitra Shukla's performance, on the other hand, fell short during the stunt sequences, appearing somewhat silly and out of place. However, actors like Devi Prasad, Roopa Lakshmi, Pramodhini, Anish Kuruvilla, and others delivered commendable performances, staying true to their respective roles.

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Movie: Technicians Review

The story of Kaliyuga Pattanamlo is penned by debutante Ramakhanth Reddy, who aimed to deliver a powerful message to society regarding issues such as drugs, parenting, and psychological problems in children, highlighting their impact on the overall atmosphere. While the concept is commendable, the execution falls short of being engaging on paper.

The narrative begins with a promising first half that, although somewhat routine, remains tolerable. However, the film loses its footing in the second half, plagued by illogical scenes, a disjointed narrative, and a weak screenplay. The direction appears aimless, with the director seeming unsure of how to conclude the story effectively.

Director Ramakhanth Reddy concluded the film with a captivating twist, leaving audiences intrigued and eager for the sequel, "Kaliyuga Nagaramlo". With meticulous planning, he aims to weave together all the loose ends, crafting a seamless and satisfying resolution to the story. The announcement of the sequel has ignited excitement, especially with the resounding chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' echoing through Ontimitta, where the sequel unfolds, contrasting the previous setting of Nandyal.

BH Garry's editing fails to impress, lacking the finesse needed to elevate the storytelling. Charan Madhavaneni's cinematography is below average, failing to capture the essence of the narrative effectively. Ajay Arasada's music follows a template, offering nothing novel, while the background score fails to leave a lasting impact. Overall, the production values are deemed acceptable but fail to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo: Advantages

  • Couple of Scenes
  • Powerful Message

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo: Disadvantages

  • Illogical Scenes
  • Confusing Screenplay

Kaliyugam Pattanamlo Movie: Rating Analysis

Altogether, Kaliyuga Pattanamlo turns out to be a rather routine and predictable entertainer, lacking any significant offerings for viewers. Despite Director Ramakhanth's intentions to deliver a powerful societal message, the film falls short due to its weak storyline, senseless screenplay, and inefficient script.

Despite the film's somewhat puzzling and debatable conclusion, director Ramakhanth remains optimistic about the sequel's potential to clarify all lingering questions by intricately linking each element. The producers share this confidence, believing that the sequel will effectively deliver the impactful message they aimed to convey, enhancing its impact with compelling scenes.

These aspects culminate in a curious cinematic experience, leading Cinejosh to award the film a rating of 2.25.

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