kshanam movie review
Cast: Adivi Sesh, Adah Sharma, Anasuya, Vennela Kishore, Satyam Rajesh and Others
Director: Ravikanth Perepu
Producers: Param Potluri, Kavin Anne
Music: Sai Charan
After raising many eyebrows with its trailer, Kshanam released today. Let us see if it fares.
Swetha (Adah Sharma) who stays in Hyderabad suddenly calls her former lover NRI Rishi (Sesh) who stays in US for help. He lands immediately to know that Swetha's daughter Ria is missing. At the request of Swetha, Rishi launches a one-man hunt to know the whereabouts of Ria. His search leads to different twists and turns and lands himself in danger. At one point, he himself gets the doubt on Swetha's version. Who is Ria, does she really exist, what happened to her. To know the answers, we have to watch the movie.
Adivi Sesh as the protagonist was perfect. Adah Sharma as the believe or not-believe lover and mother was fine. Anasuya as the police officer was just alright. But it was Satyam Rajesh who steals with his unbelievable performance, hope he gets more offers after this. Vennela Kishore had a lengthy role and Satyadev as Swetha's husband was good.
Dialogues, camera and screenplay stand out in the technical front. Some of the twists are revealed beautifully. Background music is average. Editing was neat. Lone song was shot well.
Story, screenplay, performances, suspense quotient.
This movie starts as a thriller and stays to its genre without deviating. Spectators stay glued to the screens till the end as the threads unfold. This taut thriller will sure grab eyeballs of lovers of this genre and will get into profit zone very easily keeping in mind its budget.