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KVJ Movie Review

KVJ Movie Review
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Director: Krish Jagarlamudi
Producer: First Frame Entertainment
Release Date: Fri 30th Nov 2012
Actors: Rana
 
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum Rating: 2.5 / 5
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum Punchline: Just an Average Show.
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Behind the Movie KVJ: Combiantion of Rana and Krish is by itself enough to build the hype. After the Mani Sharma's audio and trailer release, expectations rised sky high. Let us see, how far critically acclaimed Krish has reached our assumptions.

In the Movie KVJ: Bellary area in AP-Karnataka border is under the hold of mining maifa headed by Reddappa (Milind Gunaji). Forests and Villages are turned into barren lands making the lives of dwellers horrible. In Hyderabad lives B.Tech Babu (Rana) working in his grandfather Subramanyam (Kota)'s Surabhi Drama Company. While B. Tech Babu wanted to fly USA, Subramanyam's last wish is to see his grandson playing 'Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum' drama in Bellary Natakotsavam. So, the entire drama troop arrives in Bellary. 

In parallel, documentary film maker Devika (Nayanathara) is also in Bellary to cover a story on dark secrets behind mining mafia of Reddappa. In the mean time, B. Tech Babu's troop also faces inhuman treatment in the villainy of Reddappa. How and when will B. Tech Babu know about a flashback linked with his maternal uncle Chakravarthi (Milind Gunaji) who is using the identity as Reddappa (Murali Sharma)? How did he finish the entire mining mafia in Bellary mixed with revenge saga is the rest.

Values of the Movie KVJ: The core value of 'Krishnam Vande Jagdgurum' lies in Rana and the ability to present himself as a strong Mass Action Hero. Strictly speaking, Krish's puzzled screenplay was the barrier to build the required emotion for a commercial flick. Even his direction slipped away in crucial episodes. However, dialogues wise there were enough to pinpoint on the intellectual sense of Krish which will blow away audience in instant claps. Gnanasekhar's cinematograophy was also just an average work. Editing by Sravan could also have been better in connecting the loose ends. Music by Mani Sharma was superb for backgound in climax and two to three songs were well composed. Production values of First Frame Entertainment are above average. 

Performance wise we are to see a new action shade in Rana. He was equally awesome in spelling emotional dialogues and executing hardcore stunts. This is an all-round show from young hero. Especially, the drama scenes in beginning of the movie have come out well and refreshing. Nayanathara is given a lengthy role and her significance is confined. Milind Gunaji was a weak antagonist. Kota was brief keeping the Rana's character to set on fire. Raghu Babu was excellent while Satyam Rajesh, Hema were good. Murali Sharma comes late in second half. Posani's character was well weaved. Brahmi's character as 'Ram-Pam' was a speed breaker and mis-fit to the script of Krish. Cameos of Venkatesh and Sameera Reddy in Bellary Baava song were good.   

Out of the Movie KVJ: The basic element Krish missed in cooking this commercial mass movie is carrying the emotion and connectivity. Till the point where Raghu Babu's tongue is cut and sacred ashes of Kota are besmirched with urine, emotion goes on to reach the peak. Then on, Krish ran into a bundle of blunders killing the drama step by step. Interval bang which was supposed to be a twist to the story went pale and lifeless. It took long time before injecting the philosophy of Nayan into Rana's character.                       

There is alot of difference between narrating a revenge drama and implanting a social message. Krish experimented to interwind two unequal concepts and then tried to bring a unique theme. However, his normalization process went wrong leading to an unbalanced drama. By the time we start sinking into the barbaric practices of mining mafia, thud comes Rana's revenge which lacks in conviction. This is what happens when a sapient like Krish begins to transform into business concerning attitude. He was neither able to justify his thoughful psychology nor the irrational mass masala ingredient.

Commercially, the run of KVJ lies only on how audience receive the actual mining concept and simultaneously digest the avengment drama. Overall, KVJ is a special film for Rana who turned into a mass performer.

Cinejosh Verdict of the Movie KVJ: Just an Average Show.

                                                                       Reviewed by Srivaas

 
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