Jr NTR’s Brindavanam (2010) Review
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Creations
Cast: NTR junior, Kajal Agarwal, Samantha, Prakashraj, Srihari, Kota, Mukesh Rishi, Ajay, Tanikella, Ahuti Prasad, Brahmi, Venu Madhav, Raghu Babu, Brahmaji, Sana, Hema, Pragathi, Sithara etc
Music: S S Thaman
Cinematography: Chota K Naidu
Director: Vamshi Paidipally
Producer: Dil Raju
Release date: 14/10/2010
Krishna, aka. Krish (Jr. NTR) and Indu (Samantha) are lovers. Bhoomi (Kajal) is Indu’s friend. Bhoomi’s father (Prakash Raj) arranges her marriage with his nephew (Ajay) who is an ill-natured person. To avoid the marriage Bhoomi lies to her father that she has a boy friend. She seeks the help of Indu. Then Indu requests Krisha to act as her boy friend. Krish agrees and goes to Indu’s village. But there he comes to know that Indu’s family is a dismantled one. He wins the heart of everyone in the family, unites the family and brings in happiness in the family. The entire family starts liking Krish including Bhoomi. They start preparations for Krish-Bhoomi’s marriage. At this moment, enters Indu. She is none other than Bhoomi’s cousin. Now will Krish and Bhoomi get married to each other? Who will sacrifice Krish– Indu or Bhoomi? Is remaining part Of the Story..
NTR Jr. is all shiny stardom and electricity, and lends weight to the comedy. Kajal Agarwal is with full of elegance. She was beautifully showcased in the songs.Samantha once again looted the hearts and senses with her stunning beauty. Eventhough the basic story is by the director Vamsi Paidipalli, the Dialogues by Koratala Siva are good and dotted with comedy and punch filled life in it. Vamsi Paidipalli came out with refreshing direction and themeful flick .Choreography of all songs is good to watch.Cinematography by Chota K Naidu is apt Perfect.Prakashraj,Srihari,mukesh,Bhrami,venu Madhav..Entire casting selected for the movie was well utilized and this may be the best in recent times.Music by Thaman is soothing and full of melody and rhythmic.
The comedy, though not intellectually superior to the best you may have seen, is well-executed. Romance doesn’t play much of a role in the plot, since the theme is the nitty-gritties of how Krish maneuvers his way into a hostile family. It’s the regular hero-playing-God kind of movie, with Krish making sweeping changes in people, uniting entire warring villages, and teaching hateful clans how to love.Brindavanam is a fun film overall.
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