Jyo achutananda Review And Rating
Jyoachutananda got released today. Starring Nara Rohit, Naha Shourya, and Regina, this is directed by Avasarala Srinivas and produced by Sai Korrapati on Varahi banner. The talk is that this is a breezy entertainer.
Achyut (Rohit), Anand (Naga Shourya) are brothers who lead a happy life of middle class when they meet their tenant Jyotsna (Regina) and the three instantly become friends. Both the brothers fall for Jyotsna who rejects both saying that she is already in love with another person. At the same, differences crop up between the brothers though they live in the same house. After some time gets passed, Jyotsna comes back into their lives. What twists happen in their lives after this has to be watched on screen.
With a bound script on hand, the director managed to tell the story from 2 different points in the first half and avoided any confusion in narration in the latter half. The scenes between the brothers in the second half give good meaning to the story. Nara Rohit is a revelation in his role and his witty one liners are out of the world. This is the best role for Shaurya till date. The scenes comprising these two are a treat to watch. Regina in a story backed role was superb. There is a lot of emotion in the whole story. Climax is one of the highlights. Director showed his mettle in handling direction and writing. Music by Kalyan Raman is very good. Cinematographer and art director should be lauded for showing the household scenes realistically. Editing by Kiran Ganti is also good. Comedy worked really well.
Compared to the first half, the second is a bit slow and draggy with more emotional content.
These types of real-life stories are always good to watch on screen.