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Release date : July 11, 2014
Starring : Venkatesh, Meena, Kritika
Director : Sripriya
Producer : D. Suresh Babu, Rajkumar Sethupathi
Music Director : Sharath
Drushyam has been one of the most awaited films in the recent past. Remake of a Malayalam super hit with the same name, this film has Venkatesh and Meena in lead roles. We have been to a special screening and are bringing you the detailed review much in advance.
Ram Babu(Venkatesh) is a honest cable operator in the small village of Rajavaram. He lives with his wife(Meena) and two teenage daughters and leads a happy life with his small but happy family.
One fine day, an uncanny incident featuring his elder daughter strikes his family, and puts them in deep trouble with the cops. Rest of the story is as to how Ram Babu manages to come out of his problems, and saves his family.
Venkatesh proved himself once again as a matured actor. Playing the role of a father for a man of Venkatesh’s stance is pretty rare. However, Venkatesh did justice to his role with wonderful performance and great expressions. Meena was a sweetheart as usual. She has definitely chose the right film for a perfect comeback. Meena blended with the script and the emotions carved in it. The two daughter of Venkatesh, Krithika and Esther stole the show with matured performances.
Nadhiya perfectly sported the police officer’s role and carried that toughness until the last moment. Naresh justified his character as an industrialist. Climax dialogues marks the highlight of Naresh’s role.
Kalabhavan Shajon’s performance as a corrupt police officer was appreciable. Other performances of actors like Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, Sameer, Chaitanya Krishna, Chalapathi Rao, Tagaubothu Ramesh and so on were neatly framed and were well-executed.
Plus Points :
1. Sripriya’s Execution of a perfect script.
2. Performances of every single actor
3. The script of Drushyam is the Hero and that is a major plus point.
Negative Points :
A person who knows how to gauge a perfect film will have no negatives about Drushyam for sure.
Firstly, I would like to mention about the story, which is quite unique for a Telugu film. The way a family subject is interlaced with a thrilling mystery is quite entertaining. Music of the film is quite ok, and so is the background score.
Camerawork is pretty good, and showcases the film in good light. Editing is quite good, and adds a lot of depth to the film. Dialogues are good, and so are the lyrics. Screenplay of the film is quite brilliant, and the way the suspense is revealed is also good. Major credit should go to the director Sri Priya, who handles the subject quite cleverly.
On the whole, Drishyam is one film which works big time in all departments. Right from the striking performances of Venkatesh and Nadia, to the thrilling suspense elements, Drushyam has everything for everyone. A must watch for the entire family.