Rating : 2/5
Srinu (Sivaji) falls in love with Swetha (Sonia), she avoids him and her Uncle Shankar Jackson (Raghu babu) will get to know about this and hires professional killers to kill Srinu and throws him from a hill top. Srinu gets a magical power of reading others fate from Lord ‘Yama’. How the story takes a turn from here is the main twist fr the movie.
Sivaji is good with his performence. Sonia performed well but didn’t suit to the regular commercial heroine slot. Rajendra Prasad suited well to the role of Lord Brahma. Jay Prakash Reddy and AVS as Yama Dharma Raju and Chitragupta fitted the bill. Venu Madhav have done there part well. The special effects are good. Music by Srilekha was above Average. The story starts off very slowly with some boring scenes. The director has taken much time to arrive at the main plot.
The story starts at Brahmalokam from there to Bhoolokam and then to Yamalokam and then ‘Brahma’ and ‘Yama’ land up in Bhoolokam. Rajendra Prasad suited well to the role of Lord ‘Brahma’; he brings divinity to his role. Jaya Prakash Reddy as Yama dharma Raju seemed just okay. ‘Kalyani’ as Goddess Saraswathi, ‘Arthi Aggarwal’ as Rambha is okay. Venu Madhav’s track brings some laughs in the theatre. Sivaji has done a decent job. Sonia performed well in a couple of scenes, her make-up is patchy. Skin show and commercial Heroine avatar didn’t suit her much.
Music by M.M.Srilekha is Average, The numbers sound good but all the songs are un-situational and come as popup and end up as mere Cigarette songs. The background score is poor. Cinematography and editing are okay. The Story is good but the Screenplay is moronic. The Dialogues are cheap and filled with vulgarity. The Direction is mediocre.
The visual Effects where Brahma was shown with four heads were good. Movie is filled with much graphics work which lasts almost for about an hour. Graphics Work/ Visual effects have come reasonably well. It is good to see such fine work in small and low budget films.
Highlights of the movie :
1) Rajendra Prasad as Brahma
2) Laya as Shakti
3) Venu Madhav’s comedy
Set Backs :
1) Many scenes are for males and adults only
2) Story reminds many of Yamaleela. In Yalaleela, Ali tries to save his mother while in this movie, Shivaji tries to save his love-interest
3) Music & background score