Agnyaathavaasi Review

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Moive : Agnyaathavaasi (2017)
Star Cast : Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel
Director : Trivikram Srinivas
Producer : S. Radha Krishna
Releasing on : 10 January 2018

Story:-

The film starts off with the brutal killing of Vinda(Boman Irani) and his son. Vinda’s wife Indrani(Khushboo)introduces Subramanyam (Pawan Kalyan) into the proceedings and he enters AB group of companies as a normal employee. But after a series of events, a startling fact about Subramanyam is revealed. Who is this Subramanyam? Why did he enter the company? What is his actual mission? Will he be successful in it? To know the answers to these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

Plus Points:-

The first and foremost thing that hits you right away is the scale of Agnyaathavaasi. The makers have not compromised on the production values and every penny spent is clearly visible on the screen. Yet another biggest and obvious asset is Pawan Kalyan, who carries the film on his shoulders. He looks menacing in fights and does well in certain comedy episodes with Murali Sharam and Rao Ramesh.

Khushboo gets a pivotal role after a long time and it is good to see her perform with a lot of dignity and grace. Boman Irani is wonderful as always and plays an important role. The interval bang of the film is quite good and has been executed well. Rao Ramesh and Murali Sharma’s comedy works only in certain scenes.

Keerthy Suresh looks beautiful and her chemistry with Pawan is good. Anu Emanuel is strictly okay in her role. Last but not the least, main villain Aadhi Pinisetty is decent in his small role but is made to look silly at the end.

Minus Points :

The story of the film is quite simple and does not provide much content wise. The film is slow-paced with no proper flow and is dragged most of the times. The proceedings take a lot of time to enter the main story as only the characters keep getting introduced for the first half an hour.

The basic emotion which is associated with all Trivikram films is completely missing in Agnyaathavaasi. There are hardly any family episodes which elevate the film emotionally. The placement of the songs is not proper as songs come out of nowhere.

Heroines do not have much to do with the film as they are used only for the comedy episodes. Certain comedy scenes featuring Raghu Babu are overdone and irritate the audience. The film is also painfully long especially the climax which is stretched for no reason.

Technical Aspects:-

Anirudh’s background score is only impressive for Pawan’s elevation scenes. As usual, dialogues penned by Trivikram are decent. The camera work is top notch as the rich corporate visuals are showcased well. Production design looks amazing and so were the action sequences. The way the songs have been shot leaves a lot to be desired. Editing was just about okay as some fights could have been easily trimmed down.

Coming to the director Trivikram, he has done a pretty disappointing job with the film. The way he derived Pawan’s role is good but his direction lacks the punch in many places. Surprisingly, Trivikram has failed to generate the basic entertainment most of the time and narrated the film on a very plain note.

Verdict:-

On the whole, Agnyaathavaasi is the story of a son who saves his father’s empire. The film does not live up to the expectations as it has some decent moments only in the second half. Trivikram’s magic is completely missing as he has not succeeded in generating basic emotions and gripping episodes which end up as the biggest drawbacks of the film. Lack of good comedy and disappointing song picturization make things tedious. The only saving grace of the film is Pawan Kalyan as he carries the entire film on his shoulders. Keep your expectations completely in check while watching this film.

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  • Things have come to an end on a happy note. Movie Done. Keep watching telugunow for complete review..

  • Time for the action packed climax. A one on fight between Aadhi and Pawan is on now…Action Choreography is good

  • A small twist in the tale now. Movie heading towards the climax.

  • Time for a fight between Pawan and Aadhi’s men..fight looks good

  • An interesting chase is on for the will..Visuals are good.

  • All the scenes featuring this episode are being showcased through AB baby song

  • The scene shifts to Bulgaria. Pawan is on a mission now to find his father’s will.

  • Finally, both Pawan and Aadhi come face to face now

  • Time for the most famous Kodaka Koteswara Rao song..Cheers in the audience.

  • Things have caught on well. Apart from the good office comedy scenes, time for a small fight now.

  • Time for some more fun. Hilarious scenes between Murali Sharma and Rao Ramesh

  • Some more fun office scenes are on. The belt episode which is shown on the poster is showed in a funny manner

  • The movie heads back to present day and the famous helicopter scene with Pawan’s style is being showcased now..Pawan has been reintroduced as Abhishikth Bhargav

  • During the flashback, scenes featuring Pawan Kalyan’s background is being showcased.

  • The film heads into a flashback mode showcasing Boman Irani and his story

  • Character actor Sampath enters the scene. His scenes with Pawan and Khushboo are on now.

  • Second half starts with an indirect challenge between Pawan and Aadhi

  • The elevation scenes showcasing Pawan during the interval bang are top notch. With a decent twist, the film reaches halftime..Interval now

  • A small twist in the tale now. A stylish fight to save Khushboo is on now. Movie heading towards interval

  • A small fight based on Nakula Dharma during Pandava Vanavasam is being showcased in an interesting manner.

  • The fun scenes between Keerthy and Pawan continue. Time for Galivaluga song. Locations are superb

  • Time for the main villain, Adhi Pinisetty’s entry now. He has been introduced as a soft silence liking villain.

  • Some more office scenes featuring Raghu Babu and others are on now.

  • Time for the breezy romantic song Baitikochi Choosthe between Anu Emmanuel and Pawan. Anu looks super stylish and gorgeous

  • Some fun scenes between Pawan and Keerthy Suresh are being showcased now. Pawan’s styling is quite good.

  • Star heroine, Keerthy Suresh makes an entry with the hit number Madhurapuri Sadhana. She looks super cute

  • Some very interesting scenes between Khushboo and Pawan are on now. Dialogues are pretty good.

  • The gorgeous Anu Emmanuel has been introduced in a very interesting manner.

  • Hot-shot comedian, Vennela Kishore has come in. A very funny and interesting kidnapping drama featuring Pawan and Kishore is on.

  • The stylish chair rotating scene showcased in the trailer is on now. Pawan is mouthing some very interesting dialogues..

  • Time for the first song Dhaga Dhaga Mane. A beautiful number shot colorfully in the picturesque locales of Varanasi. The slow-motion shots showcasing Pawan are superb.

  • The movie has now shifted to Assam. Here comes the one and only Power Star Pawan Kalyan with a bang. A superb fist fight is on.

  • Tamil star actress, Khushboo has also come in as Boman Irani’s wife…Sentimental scenes are on now.

  • The opening scene features Bollywood actor Boman Irani. Things have started on a serious note. An accident set up is being showcased.

  • The movie has just begun with a note ‘Sincere thanks to Venkatesh’. The runtime of the film is 158 minutes.

  • Power Star Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram’s much awaited Agnyaathavaasi will begin in a few minutes from now. Watch out this space for some juicy updates from the movie…

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  Moive : Agnyaathavaasi (2017) Star Cast : Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel Director : Trivikram Srinivas Producer : S. Radha Krishna Releasing on : 10 January 2018 Story:- The film starts off with the brutal killing of Vinda(Boman Irani) and his son. Vinda’s wife Indrani(Khushboo)introduces Subramanyam (Pawan Kalyan) into the proceedings and he enters AB group of companies as a normal employee. But after a series of events, a startling fact about Subramanyam is revealed. Who is this Subramanyam? Why did he enter the company? What is his actual mission? Will he be successful in it? To know the answers to these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen. Plus Points:- The first and foremost thing that hits you right away is the scale of Agnyaathavaasi. The makers have not compromised on the production values and every penny spent is clearly visible on the screen. Yet another biggest and obvious asset is Pawan Kalyan, who carries the film on his shoulders. He looks menacing in fights and does well in certain comedy episodes with Murali Sharam and Rao Ramesh. Khushboo gets a pivotal role after a long time and it is good to see her perform with a lot of dignity and grace. Boman Irani is wonderful as always and plays an important role. The interval bang of the film is quite good and has been executed well. Rao Ramesh and Murali Sharma’s comedy works only in certain scenes. Keerthy Suresh looks beautiful and her chemistry with Pawan is good. Anu Emanuel is strictly okay in her role. Last but not the least, main villain Aadhi Pinisetty is decent in his small role but is made to look silly at the end. Minus Points : The story of the film is quite simple and does not provide much content wise. The film is slow-paced with no proper flow and is dragged most of the times. The proceedings take a lot of time to enter the main story as only the characters keep getting introduced for the first half an hour. The basic emotion which is associated with all Trivikram films is completely missing in Agnyaathavaasi. There are hardly any family episodes which elevate the film emotionally. The placement of the songs is not proper as songs come out of nowhere. Heroines do not have much to do with the film as they are used only for the comedy episodes. Certain comedy scenes featuring Raghu Babu are overdone and irritate the audience. The film is also painfully long especially the climax which is stretched for no reason. Technical Aspects:- Anirudh’s background score is only impressive for Pawan’s elevation scenes. As usual, dialogues penned by Trivikram are decent. The camera work is top notch as the rich corporate visuals are showcased well. Production design looks amazing and so were the action sequences. The way the songs have been shot leaves a lot to be desired. Editing was just about okay as some fights could have been…

Agnyaathavaasi Review

Story - Screenplay - 2
Star Cast Performances - 3.75
Technicalities - 2.75
Direction - 3

2.9

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