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Srinivasa Kalyanam is scripted and directed by Sateesh Vigneysa. The film has the star cast of “ Nithiin,” Raashi Khanna, Nandita Swetha, “ Aamani” and Prakash Raj. The music composition is by “ Mickey J Meyer” and the cinematography is by Sameer Reddy. Dil Raju produced the film on a large scale.
Vasu lives in a joint family and he is very much attached to his family. Vasu falls in love with a rich girl Sri. Both of them decided to take their relationship to the next level. Vasu boldly opens about his love with Sri’s father and gets his consent for the marriage. Although Sri’s father accepts their relationship, he doesn't want their marriage to be held in a traditional way. But Vasu wants his marriage to be held like a festival, which is to be celebrated by his whole family in a traditional style. Will this happen? How did Vasu manage to make his wedding happen as per his wish? Watch the film in theatres!
As usual Prakash Raj has excelled in his role as a rich businessman. Prakash lived as a practical Businessman who doesn't have any emotions. Raashi Khanna, the gorgeous lady has performed well and she has done a great job with the emotions. Nithiin has done his job well and he has been improving from film to film. Jayasudha once again proved her acting talent as an emotional mother.
The director has come with a beautiful family story. The casting team should definitely be appreciated for choosing the wonderful and talented actors. Nandita Swetha’s character should have been designed well and we could feel that she is left half the way in the film and Prakash's role should have been made in a convincing way. Aamani and Naresh are wasted in the film. The dialogues are sensible and Dil Raju has produced the film lavishly. The cinematography and music are excellent. The production design is also good.
What’s not there?
Srinivasa Kalyanam is a complete family entertainer, but it is not sure if the youth enjoy the film, as it has a lot of sentimental elements. However, Srinivasa Kalyanam is definitely a onetime watch
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