Movie Title: 'Sreekaram'
Cast: Sharwanand, Priyanka Arul Mohan, Saikumar, Murali Sharma, Rao Ramesh etc.
Production Company: 14 Reels Plus
Producers: Ram Achanta, Gopi Achanta
Directed by: B.Kishore
Music: Mickey J. Mayor
Cinematography: J. Yuvaraj
Release Date: March 11, 2021
After disappointed with the movie 'Jaanu', Sharwanand chose the story of the farmers instead of the love story. "Enough love, enough sentiment, riotous friends, weeping father, hilarious villain, beautiful girl, harvest land, hero character revolving around it ... this is the story of Srikaram," said Sharwanand at the pre-release event, fully revealing the concept. Sharwanand says that the film is sure to impress the audience and was released today (March 11) on the occasion of Mahashivaratri. Two or three other films were also released to compete with the film. However, we can say that there are very few films released in Telugu on the story of farmers in recent times. How is this farmers movie coming after so long? To what extent did Sharwanand impress as a farmer? Let's find out in the review ...
Karthik (Sharvanand), son of farmer Keshavulu (Rao Ramesh) from Anantapur, is a software engineer. He is praised by everyone in the office for his work. Chaitra (Priyanka Arul Mohan) tries to impress Karthik but he continues to do his job regardless of her. With the success of the project work, the company management decides to send him to America. But Karthik quits his job and goes to his village to farm. He started joint farming with some farmers who had left agriculture as extortion. Why did Karthik quit his original software job and turn to agriculture? What is joint farming? How did Karthik solve the problems encountered in joint farming? The rest is the story of how he made agriculture profitable using technology.
Sharwanand, who chooses different storylines, also impressed with his performance in the film. Sharwanand realistically showed what it would be like if a young software engineer who works like a machine in front of a computer went into farming. Sharwanand impressed in the role of Karthik, who belongs to a simple peasant family. He also did some emotional scenes nicely with the experience he had. He carried on his shoulder throughout the story.
Priyanka Arul Mohan impresses in the role of Chaitra, a naughty girl. Another major strength of the film is Rao Ramesh, who played the role of the hero's father Keshavulu. Rao Ramesh lived in the role of poor farmer Keshavulu. Sai Kumar also did well in the role of Ekambaram who deceives the people under the guise of goodness. Amani impressed as the mother of the hero. Naresh, Murali Sharma, Satya, etc. acted according to their range of roles.
‘Sreekaram’ is a story about how educated young people can make profits by farming. Director B. Kishore showed the greatness of agriculture and the farmer on the screen. The film realistically shows how a farmer who has worked hard and harvested his crop is struggling to sell his crop. Also showed close to the fact how the moneylenders who gave loans to the farmers hurt them. Although a good informative story, it is a well-known subject. Lots of movies have already come out in the wake of the plight of farmers.
The main flaw of this film is the lack of novelty. In addition to that the slow narration also bothers the audience a bit. Mickey J. Meyer's music was also not so impressive. Except for the song 'Vastanantivo' written and sung by Penchaladas, the rest of the songs were unimpressive. The main strength of this film is Sai Madhav's Burra dialogues. The screenplay is great. It would be nice to cut a lot of scenes as crisp as possible. The cinematography and production values are up to the standard of the film.
- Acting by Sharwanand
- Sai Madhav Burra Dialogues
- Routine Story
- Slow narration
- Some boring scenes in the second half