Agnyaathavaasi Movie Review: The Tollywood Director Trivikram Srinivas Telugu movie Agnyaathavaasi finally released on January, 9th, 2018. The premiere shows this movie will be aired on 457 screens on January 9th. The Agnyaathavaasi premiere shows will also be aired on both the Telugu states as well. The Film starring Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, and Anu Emmanuel has received positive reviews from the audience.
Agnyaathavaasi Film made with a tagline ‘Prince in Exile‘ is a romantic comedy, which has all the elements to woo the family audience. Trivikram Srinivas has written the script and dialogues for the film, produced by S Radha Krishna under the banner Haarika & Hassine Creations. The film has received a U/A certificate from the censor board and has a runtime of 2 hours 38 minutes.
Agnyaathavaasi Movie Review & Rating
Movie Title: Agnyaathavaasi
Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel, Boman Irani.
Music: Anirudh Ravichander
Producer: S. Radha Krishna
Director: Trivikram Srinivas
Agnyaathavaasi Movie Story:
Story Plot: Agnyaathavaasi is the story of Govind Bhargav (Boman Irani) who is popularly called Vinda. He owns AB Groups and gets killed in a shocking move. His wife Indrani Bhargav (Kushboo) seeks one month time to introduce the real successor of AB Groups and the son of Vinda to turn CEO. It is during this time, Abhishikt Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) gets introduced and the rest of Agnyaathavaasi is all about the unknown story of Abhi to this world and how Indrani introduces him as the successor of the empire. Watch Agnyaathavaasi know how Abhi manages to stand tall in this process.
The first half of the movie is just an average without any interesting storyline… Kushbhoo’s emotional dialogues in the interval bang are awesome. Songs are okay and some dialogues are good, comedy scenes are not up to the mark, comedy can be done even better.
Second half starts with establishing Vinda’s flashback. He leaves his friend while establishing the business. Pawan Kalyan finally confirms his disguise and comes as soon of Vinda’s first wife for whom khushboo will be supportive. He carefully comes to office and takes charge. But his other partner’s son, Adi wants to become the CEO. The second half is better than the first half.
Agnyaathavaasi Movie Review
Agnyaathavaasi has been inspired by the French film Largo Winch and the audience will be left annoyed because of the poor narration skills. The dialogues look extremely poor and Trivikram Srinivas’s strength turned out to be the biggest disappointment today. The songs have been just ok and the background score sounded decent. The production values have been lavish and the film has been shot across grand locales. The editing has been ok and Trivikram Srinivas fails in all the available ways to present Agnyaathavaasi in an impressive way. Agnyaathavaasi is the poorest work of Trivikram till date.
Analysis: First half of Agnyaathavaasi is not at all to the point. Really a boring one for Pawan Kalyan fans. The expectations put on the movie and the director is not reached. With a one-man show by Pawan Kalyan, some dialogues from Rao Ramesh is a plus. Trivikram Srinivas writing felt during the interval bang, the lot depends on the second half. Agnyaathavaasi is a one-man show by Pawan Kalyan.
It has a weak villain track and lack of emotional connection. On the flip side, it has high production values. Just don’t expect the film to be filled with the usual PSPK-Trivikram style punch dialogues though, you will be left disappointed! The film has a few humorous scenes and a fight scene right before the interval stands out. But watch this one just for the story and you won’t be disappointed.
Performance: Power star Pawan Kalyan has delivered the Best performance ever seen and Agnyaathavaasi is his show. His mannerism, dialogue diction, and fights are the highlights of the film. Keerthy Suresh and Anu Emmanuel have no scope for acting, but they steal the show with their glamour and chemistry with Pawan Kalyan.
Aadhi Pinisetty, Boman Irani, Kushboo, Rao Ramesh, Sampath Raj, Tanikella Bharani, Ajay, Vennela Kishore and Raghu Babu have done justice to their roles in Agnyaathavaasi. They are also among the assets of the movie, say the filmgoers.
Music: Anirudh Ravichander has composed music for Pawan Kalyan’s Agnyaathavaasi. He has delivered an enriching music album, which has already become a hit with the fans. It would’ve been an icing on the cake listen to Anirudh’s background score to the film.
Technical: Agnyaathavaasi has rich production elements, which make it a visual treat. Manikandan’s beautiful cinematography, Anirudh Ravichander’s songs and background score and stylish choreography of action and dance, costume designs and art direction are the main attractions on the technical front, say the viewers.
Final Verdict: Overall Agnyaathavaasi Movie comes across as a paisa vasool and seeti-maar unadulterated entertainer which will be loved by classes and masses alike.