Gamanam is an anthology film scripted and directed by . Ramesh Karutoori Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Venki Pushadapu and Gnana Shekar VS produced the film. “ Ilaiyaraaja 'Ilaiyaraaja' is a renowned film composer, >> Read More... ” composed the music. Gnana Shekar VS cranked the camera and Ramakrishna Arram edited the film. Shriya Saran Shriya Saran, the timeless beauty, is a much loved >> Read More... , Nithya Menen Born on April 8, 1988 Nithya Menen is indeed a sta >> Read More... , Priyanka Jawalkar Priyanka Jawalkar comes from the small town of Ana >> Read More... , Shiva Kandukuri Shiva Kandukuri is an actor who is working with fu >> Read More... , Suhas, “ Charuhasan Charuhasan is a well known face in the south movie >> Read More... ,” Priya, Indu Anand Known for portraying innocent and positive mother >> Read More... , Sanjay Swaroop Sanjay Swaroop, an actor, and producer, immensely >> Read More... , Nehant, Ravi Prakash Ravi Prakash is the Telugu actor who is growing we >> Read More... , Raju and Bithiri Sathi Many persons want to become a distinct celebrity a >> Read More... are cast.
The film has three stories. A hearing-impaired married Kamala works as a tailor, and her husband works in Dubai. She waits for her husband's arrival, even though he hadn't contacted her for long. In the next story, Ali is a cricketer and wants to get a place in the Indian cricket team. But, his grandfather doesn't like Ali to become a cricketer. The third story has two homeless kids who dream of buying cakes to celebrate their birthdays. Meanwhile, nature threatens the people in the name of floods. How are these three stories interrelated? The rest of the film reveals these.
Shriya did a fantastic job as a hearing impaired lady. Her body language is excellent, and her facial expressions too. Shiva Kandukuri is decent in his role, and he is good in emotional scenes. Charuhasan has done a fantastic job. Priyanka Jawalkar has a limited role, yet she has done her best.
All the stories have a different plot. The screenplay is slow-paced. The second half has some interesting elements, including the flood scenes. The BGM by Ilaiyaraaja is terrific, and the visuals are fantastic. The characters are designed well, and the right stars are picked and placed. The production designer has done a good job. The dialogues are impressive too. The audience expected the connection between all three stories at the end, but it didn't happen.
What's Not There?
Gamanam has a good set of stories, actors, and direction. If the screenplay had been quicker, the film would have reached the audience better. Yet, it is watchable!