Krishnarjuna Yuddham Latest Movie Review & Rating. Big Grand release of Nani, Anupama Parameswaran and Rukshar Dhillon is “Krishnarjuna Yuddham”. In this film, Nani will be seen in a double role. One as Arjun, a musician who lives abroad, and the other is Krishna, a small-town stud. This film is directed by Merlapaka Gandhi. He filmed Venkatadri Express and Express Raja which got huge hits at the box office. At a press meet, Nani said, “I am confident that the film will also be a huge hit. The way Merlapaka Gandhi has shaped up the film; it has raised our level of expectations. Every time the film was edited, I made sure that I was there. Watching it, again and again, was never boring to me. I enjoyed being a part of this film and I hope you all will also do.” Nani is going great guns in his career with back to back hits. The film was released on a massive scale and let’s sees how it turned out to be.
Krishnarjuna Yuddham Latest Movie Review & Rating
Release date: April 12, 2018
Movie Rating: 3/5
Starring: Nani, Anupama Parameswaran, Rukshar Dhillon
Director: Merlapaka Gandhi
Producers: Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi
Music Director: Hiphop Tamizha
Cinematographer: Karthik Ghattamaneni
Editor: Satya G
Krishna and Arjun are lookalikes living in Chittoor and Europe respectively. They have no connection with each other. Krishna (Nani) is happy going lucky youth from Chittoor who falls in love with Riya(Ruksar). He spends a good time with her and right when the couple accepts each other’s love, Riya goes missing. On the other side, Krishna’s look was alike. Arjun(Nani) is a pop singer who tries to woo Subba Lakshmi(Anupama). Upset with Arjun’s behavior Subba Lakshmi leaves to India but she too goes missing as soon as she lands in Hyderabad. Rest of the story is as to how Krishna and Arjun cross each other’s paths and find their respective lovers. How did it change their lives?
Krishnarjuna Yuddham is a film which shows Nani as a complete mass hero. He is exceptional as Krishna gives an impressive performance. The way he spoke the Chittor slang and extracts comedy through his character is very good. The way his love story is narrated in which Nani performs in all his scenes with Ruksar is quite interesting. Ruksar Mir looks decent and also performs well in her role. Mahesh Vitta, who played Nani’s sidekick elevates good comedy with his dialogues. His conversations with Nani have been showcased in a hilarious note. The first half of the film is quite good. Nani’s two parallel tracks being showcased in a decent manner. Brahmaji’s comedy is good in the first half and evokes decent laughs. Songs are yet another plus point in the film. They sound well.
Some interesting romantic scenes should have been added to Nani and Anupama’s track to make things better. After a fun-filled first half, the film completely changes track and becomes a kidnap drama. The proceedings are routine and predictable and the only solace is that there are two Nani’s who are fighting for a cause here. Even though the mass fights look quite impressive on Nani, they have been stretched a bit too much during the climax. A song that comes at a crunch situation in the second half could have been avoided completely. Also, yet another major drawback of the film is that there is no strong villain. A solid actor and some scenes with both the Nani’s fighting him out could have made a lot of difference.
The performances of all the leading actors in the movie are clean decent. Nani impressed all with his natural acting in dual roles. A weak script could not help him to take the film to the unbeaten path. Both the heroines Anupama Parameswaran and Ruksar Meer have given their best for the movie. They are involved in their roles did their good performance. The other actors like Brahmaji, Sudarshan, Nagineedu impressed everyone in their limited roles.