Kiran Abbavaram who is known for his mass entertainers is coming to entertain movie lovers with youthful romantic entertainer Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha. The film's title captured the imagination of all as the makers named the film after Annamacharya Keerthana. The film's teaser and trailer increased curiosity levels with thrilling elements. The film's OTT rights have been bagged by Aha OTT platform and streaming will be done once the film ends its theatrical run. The film directed by Murali Kishore Abburu is releasing on 18 February as a Shivaratri special. Let's find out what Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha offered to movie lovers.
Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha's story is about a youngster who goes out of his way to help all those in need and how it impacts his life. In between, the neighboring mobile numbers and the NIA angle from the twist in the tale. Vishnu (Kiran Abbaram) who reality helps people, meets Rajan (Sarath Lohitaswa) and there he narrates his story as to why he started helping people in need. His helping nature results in various developments and shocking twists and turns and the connection between these developments and a young and beautiful YouTuber Darshana (Kashmira Paradesi), her parents (Devi Prasad,Aamani), and Markandeya Sharma (Murali Sharma) form the interesting elements in the narration.
Kiran Abbavaram performed well in the role tailormade for him. He came up with his trademark smile, body language, and expressions to entertain his fans. Mass movie lovers will like his performance. However, he should work and improve upon his expressions and emotions to reach the next level of stardom. Even in dances and stunts, he should improvise. His dialogue delivery is ok but could work on the modulation.
Kashmira Paradesi is ok in her role. She did not get much scope to perform and got decent looks. Murali Sharma got a good screen presence and the director used him to the optimum. Murali Sharma made his presence felt in numerous scenes. His scenes with Kashmira Paradesi evoke a few laughs. Devi Prasad and Aamani played the roles of the parents of Kashmira Paradesi. Others like Praveen, Pammi Sai, KGF fame Lucky, and LB. Sriram, Sharath Lohitaswa, and Subhalekha Sudhakar performed according to their roles.
Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha's story readied by director Murali Kishor Abburu sent various signals. It started off as a thriller and then quickly changed track as a romantic entertainer. Seems Murali Kishor Abburu on debut is left in a confusion as to which way he should take the story forward. The story is extremely simple and highlights the journey and developments in the life of a youngster whose sole motto is to help others at any cost due to the happenings in his life. Murali Kishor Abburu spent the entire first half duration highlighting the helping nature of the protagonist and the happenings in the lives of Murali Sharma and Kashmira Paradesi's life.
The entire first half is concentrated on showing the romantic track between Kiran Abbavaram and Kashmira Paradesi and the hilarious scenes between Kashmira Paradesi and Murali Sharma. Though the NIA investigation is shown, it is not highlighted. Only during the second half, interest levels are increased. However, the second half did not shift completely into the thriller genre but time was spent on various things before touching the genre during the climax. The entire thing in the end turned out to be a laughing stock.
The cinematography of Daniel Viswas is good. He showed the temple town of Tirupati in a realistic and beautiful manner. Chaitan Bharadwaj's music is attractive. The songs are situational and a couple of songs are foot-tapping. The songs are well-shot but a couple of songs acted as speed breakers. Editing of Marthand K Venkatesh is ok but there are a few drags that could have been done away with. A couple of dialogues are thought-provoking and touching. Production values of the GA2 banner are ok.
Altogether, Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha in the end turned out to be neither here nor there. Kiran Abbavaram might have gotten connected to the neighboring mobile numbers and the NIA angle in it along with the feel-good romantic entertainer but director Murali Kishor Abburu on debut failed to blend both of them in an interesting and exciting way. He got confused and in the end ended up testing the patience of the viewers. The first half vacillates between the thriller and romantic thread while the second half drags on till the climax twist following which the entire thing fades away as everything seems to have been taken for granted. Murali Kishor's inexperience got exposed and in the end, the film's scenes remind one of what's app jokes. He failed completely with his story which turned out to be weak, his screenplay which looked convenient and at times illogical, and his direction went awry. Considering all these points, Cinejosh goes with a 2.25 Rating for Vinaro Bhagamu Vishnu Katha.