Brindaavanam Movie Review
Jr. NTR in the lead along with Kajal Agarwal and Samantha indicates to the viewers that the movie is about a love triangle and the viewers weren’t let down on that by the makers. However, there is more than that meets the eye in the movie which makes this “Brindaavanam” a watchable fare. The movie begins at a good pace and journeys its way in a good pace. But, the spoiler in the movie comes towards the climax when one feels that the movie has been dragged endlessly. The only solace is that the ending is somewhat different from the conventional ending which somewhat saves the day for the film.
Krishna a.k.a Krish (Jr.NTR) is a rich guy living life in his own terms. He is in love with Indu (Samantha) when things are going on track for the pair, Indu introduces Krish to Bhoomi (Kajal Agarwal) and asks him to help her. The problem is that Bhoomi is forced to accept an alliance which she is not at all interested in. Krish travels to Bhoomi’s village on the pretext of being her lover where things are much complicated than what Krish had initially thought it would be.
There are two brothers fighting for supremacy in the village and out of that one happens to be Prakash Raj who is Bhoomi’s father and the other brother Srihari as Indu’s uncle. Krish though not getting acceptance in the family is a sportive lad and in the process he sets lot of things right. He even makes sure that the rivalry between the brothers is forgotten and they all join together forgetting their differences.
Things seem to be going smoothly till this point but the twist in the tale comes when Bhoomi falls in love with Krish. This is the place where director Vamsi Paidipally seems to have lost the plot badly. The screenplay begins to drag and in the end not knowing how to finish the story the decision is left to the discretion of the audience.
In terms of acting Jr. NTR is average as he hardly emotes any expression in the required places. Samantha comes for a limited screen time and she has not performed badly. Kajal Agarwal plays a de-glamorized role except for one song where she shows some glamour has performed a notch above than the others. There is a huge list of supporting cast that includes Kota Srinivasa Rao, Sithara, Brahmananda and others.
Music by Thaman leaves no impression. Cinematography by Chota K Naidu is brilliant in few places. As mentioned earlier the screenplay could have been tighter which would have made this movie a treat to watch.
“Brindaavanam” has got nothing great to showcase to the audience.
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