Film Name : Jyo Achutananda
Cast : Naga Shaurya, Nara Rohit, Regina Cassandra
Director : Avasaral Srinivas
Music : Kalyan Koduri
Producer : Varahi Chalana Chitram
Watched at : Shivaparvathi
Reviewed By : Sai
Jyo Achutananda has been one film that caught the attention of usual cine lovers with its fresh promotional teasers and trailers and after a good round of promotions, the film has hit the screens today. Let us see how it is.
The story of the film is pretty simple. As shown in the trailers, it is about brothers who fall in love with one girl and how things turn out between them after a while and how they come out of it forms the rest of the story.
It is Nara Rohit’s performance that stands out in the film and he’s performed supremely well as the elder brother. Naga Shaurya performed within his limitations and has done well in emotional scenes. Regina does her part pretty well too. Rest of the cast is adequate.
Music is one highlight of the film and all the songs have been placed with high precision. They have been shot pretty well as well. Background music of the film is on the positive side as well elevating the scenes as necessary.
Cinematography is top notch and special mention should be given to the songs which have been shot extremely well. The film has been showcased in very good light and all the emotions have been framed pretty well.
Direction, Screenplay and Dialogues:
The story of the film is wafer thin but it is the treatment from Avasarala Srinivas which makes it a good watch. His dexterity could be seen in his tight screenplay and an interesting climax lifts up the whole affair. Dialogues of the film are excellent and some one-liners from Nara rohit evoke superb fun. The second half slows down for a good 15 minutes which spoils the fun a bit except for which the film would have been a superb treat.
Editing is ok and could have been better had a few scenes been chopped off, especially in the second half.
Production values are excellent and the film is presented in great detail. Artwork is great and every minute detail has been presented extremely well.
Nara Rohit’s performance
Second half bores to an extent
A proper justification to Regina’s character hasn’t been provided
The film will strike a chord with the A segment of the audience and will be interesting to see if it does well in other segments as well.
Go watch it
21-08-2016 : Audio Released
21-08-2016 : Theatrical Trailer Released