IIT Krishnamurthy Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "IIT Krishnamurthy"
  • Runtime: 02 Hours 02 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 10-12-2020
  • Genre: Mystery, Thriller
2.5 / 5.0

Sreevardhan directed the film, IIT Krishnamurthy. The film has Prudhvi Dandamudi, Anand, Maira Doshi, Vinay Verma, Satya Akkala and Banerjee. Prasad Nekuri produced the film. Naresh Kumaran is the music composer.

Plot

Krishnamurthy files a complaint with the police, as his uncle is missing. But, he receives shocking information that his uncle is no more and the cops had already cremated him, as none claimed for him. Krishnamurthy is not satisfied with the cops’ explanation and started digging about his uncle. But, some unknown people target Krishnamurthy and he escaped from the attack, a few times. A big fraud happens in a company when Krishnamurthy is digging for the truth. Who is involved in this? Did Krishnamurthy receive any information about his uncle’s other side? The answers form the rest of the story.

Star Performance

Prudhvi looks quite good, but his performance should have been a bit better. Satya did his job well. Vinay Varma plays an important role and he shines in it well. Maira didn’t have much screen time, but she had done her job, the best.

Analysis

The movie seems to have started fine, but the narration is not much interesting and hence the audience loses interest. However, the climax is better. Only a few characters are perfectly created and Vinay Varma is the right choice and he added a new flavor to the given character. Investigation sequences are the main part of the film, which were not properly dealt with. The chemistry between the lead actors didn’t work out and the choice of the actors is also not impressive.

What’s There?

  • Story is good
  • Maira and Vinay did a decent job
  • Some suspense scenes are carried out well

What’s Not There?

  • Lead character should have been better
  • The screenplay is not gripping

Verdict

The film has some interesting scenes that make the audience wait for the next scene. At the same time, certain scenes lack grip. If you don’t have any movies to watch, you can try this!

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