Krishna Talkies Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Sindhu Lokanath
- Music Composer:
- The performance of Ajai is neat
- The way of narrating is interesting
- A few logical loopholes
Krishna Talkies is a horror-thriller scripted and directed by Vijayanandha. The film is produced by Govindaraju. “Sridhar V Sambram” composed the music. Abhishek Kasargod cranked the camera and Srikanth edited the film. Ajay Rao, Apurva, Sindhu Lokanath, “Chikkanna,” “Shobaraj,” Ravi Prasad Mandya, Yash Shetty and Pramod Shetty are in the cast.
Ajai is a journalist and he wants to go to his hometown and hence his friend Suri accompanies him. In an accident, Ajai loses his friend Suri. Similarly, Parimala, a girl, goes missing. Ajai seeks the local police’s help to find out the person behind the death of his friend. Seat no 13 in the balcony of a theater hook, people, into mystery. Ajai is all set to find out the mystery. Did he find the culprit behind his friend’s death? The answer forms the rest of the story.
Ajay played his part well. Apurva and Sindhu Lokanath didn’t have anything big to do. But, they had done what is asked of them. Similarly, the rest of the stars provided good support.
The film starts at a slow pace. Only after a few scenes, the pace picks up. With some gripping elements, the director makes the audience glued to the seats. Although there are some logical loopholes, the film is delivered in a much better way. There are a few twists in the second half that make the audience travel along with the film. However, some misplaced songs irk the people. Although a few scenes are slightly predictable, the director brings in some interesting twists and hypes up the interest of the audience. The cinematography and the BGM are quite okay.
What’s Not There?
With a good script and screenplay, the director has moved an interesting story. The twists and turns are attractive and impress the audience. Krishna Talkies – watchable!