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Release date : August 04, 2017
Starring : Sundeep Kishan, Sai Dharam Teja, Regina Cassandra, Pragya Jaiswal
Director : Krishna Vamsi
Producers : K. Srinivasulu, S. Venugopal, Sajju
Music Director : Mani Sharma
The success of Nakshatram is very crucial for Krishna Vamsi as it will reveal whether the legendary director still has in it to deliver some good films for the audience. After a lot of delays, the film has finally hit the screens today. Let’s see whether Krishna Vamsi makes a comeback or not.
Rama Rao(Sundeep Kishan) is a happy go lucky youth whose only aim is to become a sub inspector. He tries hard but fails every time because of his educational qualification. But when he works hard and gets ready to appear the final test, a road side fight with a drug addict(Tanish) leaves his dream shattered midway.
An upset Rama Rao decides to take on the society himself even without the uniform and this is the time he finds out that there is a criminal set up behind Tanish. How did Rama Rao crack this case? Where do Regina, Pragya and Sai Dharam fit in this setup? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.
The film has an ensemble cast like Sundeep Kishan, Regina Cassandra, Sai Dharam Tej, Pragya Jaiswal, Shriya Saran, Prakash Raj, Tanish, Viva Harsha, Raghu Babu, Thulasi, Sivaji Raja, J. D. Chakravarthy, Brahmaji and others. All the lead actors did their job pretty well. After a long time, Sundeep Kishan has got a performance oriented role but the thing is that he has brought in some over action into the role which might irk us. The heroines Pragya and Regina are too good in the film. The director tried his best to bring in the best possible glam quotient from both of them. Sai Dharam Tej’s role is impressive and he did his best too. Prakash Raj played an interesting role and he deserves a mention. All the other actors did their best in the limited roles they got and impressed the audiences.
Music by Bheems is a disaster as not even one song is hummable. Adding to this, the background score is so loud that it can give you head aches in many areas. Production values are decent and so was the art direction. The camera work is strictly okay and is surely not of Krishna Vamsi’s standards. Lyrics were okay and so was the entire set up.
Coming to the director Krishna Vamsi, his story idea is good but his execution was seriously below par. He should blame himself for unnecessarily adding a lot of run time and narrating the film on a bland note. He starts the film nicely through Sundeep Kishan’s role and brings in the interval bang also well. But it is the second half where things go haywire as the film side tracks and falls flat on its face.
On the whole, Nakshatram is a very routine and outdated cop drama which you might have seen many a time in the past. Sundeep Kishan and Tanish elevate the proceedings through their performances but the script and narration disappoint you to an extent. All those who are hell bent on watching a Krishna film and are expecting some good eye candy, this film has that in abundance and ends as a below average watch this weekend.