Krishnamma - Shaky Revenge Drama

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Krishnamma Movie Review - Satyadev's Krishnamma Review

Movie: Krishnamma
Rating: 2.25/5
Cast: Satya Dev, AthiraRaj , Archana Iyer, Laxman Meesala , Krishna Burugula and others
Director: V V Gopala Krishna
Produced By: Krishna Kummalapati
Release Date: 10th May 2024


The film delves into the intertwined lives of three orphans - Bhadra (Satya Dev), Shiva (Krishna Burugula), and Koti (Laxman Meesala) - who share a profound bond of friendship. Bhadra and Koti, caught in the web of petty smuggling, and Shiva, a principled man running a printing press, are forced into a dangerous situation. This leads to the shattering of their lives, a heart-wrenching turn of events for these inseparable friends. 


Satyadev's portrayal of Bhadra was flawless, and he made a valiant effort to rescue the movie from its mundane plot with his remarkable performance. Laxman Meesala, playing the character of Koti, delivered a commendable performance. The remaining cast members adequately fulfilled their respective roles.

What worked For The Film:

Director V V Gopala Krishna possessed a compelling concept, and he made things intriguing by opening the film with a crime scene and then going for the flashback. He also successfully showed the challenges faced by the main characters as societal orphans, their desire for a family, and their aspiration for a more prosperous existence. Likewise, the initial portions of the second half were gripping and made everyone anticipate an intense crime drama.

What Did Not Work For The Film:

Despite the film's potential to be a gripping revenge drama, the convenient writing and rushed narrative dilute the story's impact, leaving the audience wanting more. The key twist, though intriguing, fails to deliver the desired punch. The villain character, with its own allure, is overshadowed by the director's weak revenge concept, resulting in a lackluster climax fight that could have been so much more.

Krishnamma Review And Verdict:

Krishnamma could have been an effective revenge drama, but the director's intent and execution did not match, resulting in an imperfect outing. Satyadev did his job well as usual, and a few moments in the second half were appealing, but that's it. 

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