Director : Nagu Gavara
Producer : Lakshman Chadalavada
Banner: Sri Tirumala Tirupathi Venkateswara Films
Music Director : Sravan Bharadwaj
Starring : Vasanth Sameer, Sahar Afsa, Ravi Varma, Sri Harsha, Jabardasth Ram Prasad, Kadambari Kiran, Neelima, Jaya Prakash, Sri Sudha, Kashi Vishwanath, Sandha Peddada, Ramana Reddy, Mahender, Krishna Teja and others
Release Date: 8th November 2018
Vasanth Sameer, Sahar Afsa, Ravi Varma, Sri Harsha, Jabardasth Ram Prasad, Kadambari Kiran, Neelima, J and others starrer Kartha Karma Kriya, helmed by Nagu Gavari, has hit the theaters today on 8th November 2018. Let’s see the storyline.
Story: Siddhu (Vasanth Sameer) works in a mobile show room. He meets a girl named Mythri (Sahar Afsa) at Hero Honda bike show room where his friend works and falls for her. He tries to impress her and when he was about to express his love to Mythri, he gets a shock. Why did he get shock? What is the mystery behind the murder of three girls? How will Special officer (Ravi Varma) handle the case? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
Performance: Vasanth Sameer who made his debut with Kartha Karma Kriya, looks handsome. He performed stunts with ease. His way of dialogue delivery, expression and emotions are superb. Sehar Afsa gets limited screen space but she delivers her best. Ravi Varma steals the show with his performance. Sri Harsha, Neelima, Jayaprakash, Sri Sudha, Kashi Vishwanath, ‘Jabardasth’ Ram Prasad, Kadambari Kiran, Sandhya Peddada, Ramana Reddy, Krishna Teja and Mahendar performed accordingly.
Technical: The Screenplay is good. The music is in tune with the proceedings. The emotions are rightly captured. The cinematography work is outstanding. The natural and scenic beauty captured elevated the film to another level. The action and faction sequences are shot in absolutely terrific manner. The artwork is also superb. Production values of Tirumala Tirupati Venkateswara films are good. Director Nagu Gavara has added interesting twists and turns to make the movie interesting.
Analysis: Crime and drama make for a deadly combination, and Nagu Gavari has done full justice to the genres. The investigation scenes are shown in interesting manner. The Plus Points are -Lead Performers, Direction and screenplay.