Director: Vishwaksen Naidu,
Producer: Karate Raju, Cherlapally Sandeep; Manoj Kumar Katokar,
Banner: Vanmaye Creations, Vishwak Sen Cinemas, Terranova Pictures;, Media9 Creative Works,
Music director: Vivek Sagar
Starring: Vishwaksen Naidu, Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam, Harshita Gaur, Saloni Mishra
Release date: 31st May 2019
Falaknuma Das starring Vishwak Sen Naidu, Saloni Mishra, Harshita Gaur and Prashanthi Charuolingah, has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the storyline of the movie.
Story: Das(Viswak Sen) lives in the area of Falaknuma. He and his gang are always into fights with others and get into trouble all the time. Soon Das decides to settle down in life and start to sell the meet but because of his hot-blooded nature, he and his gang get involved into trouble again. The police arrests Das. How Das does comes out of all his troubles? How does he settle down in life? To get these answers one should watch the movie on silver screen.
- Vishwak Sen
Performance: Viswak Sen wins the hearts of viewers with his terrific performance. He made an impressive debut with Ee Nagariniki Emanidi and this time, one again he has given his top notch performance. His body language, dialogue delivery and the mass aura which are showcased in Falaknuma Das are top notch. Uttej gets a meaty role in Falaknuma Das. He is funny and very impressive in the role of Pandu. Tharun Bhaskar who plays the role of a cop, looks good on the screen. The rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: Falaknuma Das is a raw movie with natural performances portraying the essence and aura of whole old city. The way director Vishwak Sen viewed the film is totally different from other regular film makers by which we get the cult feel of Falaknuma with that brilliant cinematography and outstanding re-recoding gave rebirth and new high to the film every time on screen. The Music is good and the songs are ok. The cinematography work needs a special mention as the rustic locales of Hyderabad are showcased in an amazing manner.
Analysis: Falaknuma Das is not a very violent film, it is more about petty politics in the business, it highlights the activities of youth and thugs whose lives are real.