Akshara Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Chinni Krishna
- Nandita’s performance is good
- Nothing new in the script
- The plot is simple and the running time is long
- Certain scenes are inserted forcedly
Akshara is a physics teacher who works in a big institution. Bhargav is an educationalist who wishes to improve his education business and wants his students to secure high scores. On the other hand, Akshara wants to minimize the children's stress and make them learn with interest. What happens when their ideologies clash? The answer forms the rest of the story.
Nandita is a natural performer and she has put her 100% for this character and impresses the audience. Sanjay Swaroop is okayish in the performance but didn’t suit the role.
The film comes with a message that had already been dealt with. The scenes are quite predictable and there is nothing new. However, Nandita’s impressive performance makes the audience sit and watch the film. The comedy scenes are inserted forcedly and didn’t have any impact. The dialogues are good, but it didn't impress the audience as it had been already told many times in similar kinds of films. Moreover, with a crisp script, the makers took a long time and that tests the audience's patience. The antagonist role should have been designed better and that might have made things somewhat better.
What’s Not There?
Although the script is good, it didn’t have anything new, except for the protagonist's performance. If you don’t have any films to watch this weekend, you can try this!