Nandamuri Balakrishna and Pragya Jaiswal played the lead roles in the new Telugu film Akhand. Boyapati Srinu is the director of the film. The film is controlled by Dwarka Creations. The review of the film is out. Check it out.
Akhanda Movie Story
Murali Krishna (Balkrishna) lives in Anantapur and has a good name. Murali Krishna locks horns with Varadarajulu (Srikanth) and it creates a lot of issues. As soon as things get complicated for Murali Krishna then enters Akhand (Balakrishna). Who is Akhand? How is he related to Murali Krishna? what happens at the end? Makes up the story of the film.
Murali Krishna and Akhand are separated at birth as one of them has a destiny to fulfill and a war to fight. What brings these two together?
Akhanda Movie Review
After Legend and Simha, director Boyapati Srinu and actor Balakrishna teamed up for their third film – a mass masala entertainer that relies entirely on the star power of the leads. A good story gets flooded with one wrong story and everyone takes a backseat to NBK (including one of their characters).
The end result may make fans of the star shout ‘Jai Balaiya’ almost endlessly, but there is no denying that Boyapati fails to deliver on his promise.
Murali Krishna (Balkrishna) is a man of the masses in factional Anantapur. He is a farmer who uses his income to build a hospital, throw a punch when needed, but also reform factions to care for nature and abandon violence.
His character is almost a nod to the new direction that Balakrishna is set to take with his roles. District Collector Saranya (Pragya Jaiswal) is oblivious to the Principal Secretary Environment, Forest and Climate Change, with the help of Padmavati (Poorna) holding corrupt police officers accountable and digging deep into the wrongdoings in her district. And while enough time is spent on how Saranya falls for Murali.
And as they both build a life together (after some awkward flirting with seat belts, tati kallu and Telugu tanam), this is not their story.
It is the story of Murali’s long-lost twin Akhand (Balkrishna as Aghora/Baba) who is taken away by a baba (Jagapati Babu) from his family because he has a destiny to fulfill. It is believed that he is born to correct the mistakes of Gajendra Sahu (Nitin Mehta),
Joe is a cruel man who takes an ashram and pretends to be a saint to hide his crimes. Also in this story is Varada Rajulu (Srikanth), another ruthless man who does illegal uranium mining in Nallamala under the guise of copper mining.
When Murali vows to protect the lives of those who are lost and Saranya has to fight to save what is left for her family, Akhand goes on a war-path to save the day. .
While Akhand’s basic premise is interesting, especially the way Boyapati sets it up by weaving a mythical tale with massive moments, he soon loses the plot (literally) and Akhand and Murali have collective moments. Flows with giving.
Which certainly blows the whistle but does nothing for the story. He takes a detour to eloquence on everything from nature to the importance of God and temples to how women (like nature) are preserved, not to be destroyed. When the film is involved in double entrenched dialogues, intro scenes,
In which there is no irony at all if Vonis is flying and women/girls are used as war collateral. None of this adds to the story.
From the moment Akhand enters the frame, everything and everyone including the murli retreats. Saranya and Padmavati are turned into trouble, Murali is lost in his own guilt and sorrow, and even the mighty Gajendra and Varada have no footing as Akhand has the hand to protect Shiva himself. Is. No, He is also considered as God Himself.
Balakrishna gets a chance to shine as he fills almost every frame of the film as a murli or Akhand. When he’s not showing off his cool new avatar in slow-motion shots that focus on his fake tattoos and piercing eyes, he dances and indulges in gimmicks. And while it’s early enough to give you that early on, as the movie progresses,
It ends soon. Pragya may get (almost) an introduction to the protagonist, but despite giving her all to the character, she is lost in the proceedings. Poorna, Srikanth, Nitin, Jagapathi Babu, Kalkeya Prabhakar, Subbaraju and others have one-tone characters they wind up with.
Apart from the mass moments and fights (by Ram-Laxman) that are funny (but there are a lot of them), what works for the film is Thaman’s BGM.
His score and Ram Prasad’s cinematography set the tone for the film, making the proceedings interesting even when it was clear that Boyapati was filling the runtime with nothing much to say. At the end of it all, the length of the film (2-hours-47-minutes) doesn’t seem appropriate for the story it wants to tell. You’re also left with the feeling that despite Balakrishna’s Aghora character Akhand taking so long, Boyapati misses out on the ability to do more with it.
Akhanda Movie Cast
- Nandamuri Balakrishna
- Pragya Jaiswal
- Jagpathi Babu
- Kalakeya Prabhakar
- Subbaraju and others
Akhanda Movie Details
Banner: Dwaraka Creations
Cast: Nandamuri Balakrishna, Pragya Jaiswal, Srikanth, Jagapathi Babu, Poorna, Kalakeya Prabhakar, Subbaraju and others
Dialogues: M Rathnam
DoP: C Ram Prasad
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao, Tammiraju
Art: AS Prakash
Producer: Miryala Ravinder Reddy
Story, screenplay, and direction: Boyapati Sreenu
Release Date: Dec 02, 2021
Akhanda Movie Trailer
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