Kalki Movie Review 

Kalki Movie Review Movie Review: Kalki

Director : Prasanth Varma,

Producer : C Kalyan,

Music: Shravan Bharadwaj,

Starring: Rajasekhar, Nandita Swetha, Adah Sharma

Release Date: 28th June 2019

 Rating: 3.5 /5

Dr Rajasekhar starrer investigative thriller drama, Kalki, directed by Prasanth Varma, has hit the theaters today on 28th June 2019. Let’s see the story of Kalki:

Story:  The story starts with the killing of Sekhar Babu (Siddhu Jonnalagadda) which causes great distress to the people of Kollapur.  A police officer Kalki (Dr Rajasekhar)  gets assigned to investigate the murder mystery in Village and after the investigation, he  finds out about a chain of crimes surrounding it. He starts digging deeper and finds out the reality. How does Kalki solve murder mystery case, form rest of the story.

 Plus points:

  • Dr Rajasekhar’ performance
  • Story
  • Direction
  • Background Score
  • Production value

 Minus Points:

 Performance:  Dr Rajasekhar surprised everyone by his performance in  PSV Garuda Vega, where he played an NIA officer. But in Kalki, he won the millions of heart with his top notch performance. Nandita Shweta in the role of a Muslim girl, is good. Adah Sharma plays Dr Padma, Kalki’s ex-girlfriend, has nothing much to do with the story. Ashutosh Rana holds the audiences’ attention as the antagonist. Rahul Ramakrishna keeps the film engaging with his comic timing. Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Charandeep and Shatru   justify with their roles. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.

Technical:  BGM by Sharvan Bharadwaj and camera angles by Dasaradhi Shivendra are highlighted. Cinematography are fantastic and the movie has some fantastic visuals.  He captures the colorful visuals of village locals very well, which is visual treat.  A Narasimha temple plays a key role in Kalki. The art director deserves a mention. The storyline of Kalki is interesting and impressive.  Prasanth Varma handled the story and scenes very well. Dialogues are meaningful and it add impact to the scenes. The production values are superb.

Analysis:  Kalki is worth watching on the big screen this weekend. The director Prasanth Varma tries his best to build a mythology around the protagonist since he is named Kalki, the 10th avatar of Vishnu. There are plenty of references to dharma, karma, and reincarnation in this investigative drama Kalki.

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