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FIRST REPORT: SRINIVASA KALYANAM Review - Marriage Drama with High on Values, Low on Pace
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Young hero Nithiin is desperately in need of a hit after his last two movies Lie and Chal Mohan Ranga were disastrous outings and now he's joined hands with Shatamanam Bhavathi Director Satish Vegesna to deliver Srinivasa Kalyanam, a family entertainer. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Srinivasa Kalyanam first report.
Nithiin and Raashi Khanna get to meet at Chandigarh and fall in love with each other. Belonging to contrasting families, they somehow convince families for marriage, and as Prakashraj and family arrive for wedding 7 days prior to Rajendra Prasad- Jayasudha house, the interesting situations that lead to the families understanding each other and Telugu traditions besides Nithiin and Raashi understanding importance of husband-wife relationships is what Srinivasa Kalyanam is all about.
Nithiin, Raashi Khanna, and Prakashraj steal the show, and the rest of the cast is adequate, while the movie boasts of good songs and cinematography. The movie, however, has some issues with pace and Predictability as the conflicts are common with usual scenes and a slow screenplay by Satish Vegesna, and the preachy dialogues at the end slightly impact the Movie. All said, Srinivasa Kalyanam is a trip to a wedding, that's a decent one time watch.