KV.Rajamahi's Plan B generated interest with the teaser and trailer loaded with thrilling elements. The film is releasing today and let us see what Plan B got in store for the people.
Following the shocking murders of Lawyer Vishwanath (Srinivas Reddy) and retired police officer Rajendra (TV actor Rajendra) in a mysterious manner, ACP Vikramaditya (Murali Sharma) directs Inspector Vishrudh(Ravi Prakash) to investigate and solve the case. In what way Rajendra's daughter Avantika (Dimple), her boyfriend Gautam(Surya Vasishth), Saddam( Kunal Sharma) are related to these murders forms the story of Plan B.
Artists, Technicians Review
Director Rajamahi came with a thriller to capture the imagination of movie lovers. He came with an interesting story and included numerous twists. He started the proceedings increasing curiosity but in his bid to create more interest, he included more twists and this resulted in little confusion. At times he missed many logics and the investigation looked predictable and routine.
It also did not augur well with ACP level officer running to the crime spot all the time instead of directing his team. The story of the director is good and the screenplay and direction are interesting to some extent. The Interval block is good but the second half drags a bit with repetitive scenes and routine elements. The film's climax surprises all but the pre-climax turns out to be routine with the flashback scenes.
Surya Vasishta performed well in his role. For a debutante, he came with a good performance, and little finetuning will do him a world of good. Murali Sharma is good and Ravi Prakash got a meaty role. He did well in his role. Dimple, Kunal Sharma, and others are ok in their roles.
Venkat Gangadhari 's camera angles are good. He used the lighting and other things to give a new feel to the murder mystery. Shakti Kanth Karthik's background music elevated the proceedings. The editing of Avula Ramesh is ok but could have been crispy. Production values are good.
Murali Sharma, Srinivas Reddy,Ravi Prakash
The screenplay to some extent
KV.Rajamahi on debut came with a thriller Plan B. Rajamahi who earlier worked with Krishnavamsi and Raghavendra Rao used his experience to come with an interesting story. A little bit of finetuning to the script and screenplay would have powered Plan B to another level. CJ observing these points goes with a 2.25 rating for Plan B.