Akhanda is directed by Boyapati Srinu Boyapati Srinu, also spelled Boyapati Sreenu, is a >> Read More... and produced by Miryala Ravinder Reddy Miryala Ravinder Reddy is an Indian film producer >> Read More... . S Thaman composed the music. C Ram Prasad Telugu film director G.Ram Prasad belongs to Guntu >> Read More... cranked the camera, and Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao edited the film. Nandamuri Balakrishna Nandamuri Balakrishna usually called as Nata Simha >> Read More... played the lead role. The film has the supporting cast of Pragya Jaiswal Pragya Jaiswal, born in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, >> Read More... , Jagapati Babu Jagapati Babu is a friendly actor, who works in Te >> Read More... , Meka Srikanth Meka Srikanth, born in Gangavathi, Karnataka (23 M >> Read More... , “ Avinash Avinash is a Kannada actor, who has starred in Sou >> Read More... ,” Shamna Kasim Shamna Kasim is a well known Indian film actress a >> Read More... , “ Prabhakar Prabhakar is an Indian actor who has done villain >> Read More... ,” and “ Subbaraju Subbaraju is mainly seen in Telugu films. He is an >> Read More... .”
Muralikrishna lives a peaceful life in Anantapur. Varadarajulu owns a mine, and that causes serious issues to the poor. Murali stands opposite Varadarajulu, but using the loopholes, he puts Muralikrishna behind bars. After his arrest, the local goons torture Murali’s family, and Akhanda comes in as a savior. Who is he? From where does he come? Was he able to shut the troublesome mine? The rest of the film speaks about it.
After a long time, Balayya is seen in a dual role and a mass avatar. His dialogue delivery and body language are exemplary. Pragya Jaiswal is neat in the assigned role. Meka Srikanth did a fantastic job in the negative role, and Prabhakar has done justice to the given role.
Boyapati Srinu has come with a mass subject for Balayya fans. The screenplay is okay. Thaman’s BGM is the biggest support to the film. The characters are designed well, and the right stars are placed in the right roles. It would have been better if Srikanth had been given a full-length role. The action scenes are choreographed well, and Balayya is good in the action sequences. However, a lot of action sequences create boredom. The first half is better than the second half. Many scenes are predictable, and there are no interesting twists. The visuals are decent, but the editing should have been crisper.
What’s Not There?
If you look into the film for a logical story, you won’t get it. If you are a Balayya fan, you would like the movie for its music, mass elements, and Balayya’s dialogues.