Krishna Vrinda Vihari Review: Ante Krishna Ki…

Movie: Krishna Vrinda Viharic
Rating: 2.5/5
Ira Creations
Form: Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia, Vennela Kishore, Radhika Sarathkumar, Satya, Rahul Ramakrishna, Brahmaji,
Music: Mahati Swara Sagari
Cinematography: Sai Sriram
Editor: Tammiraju
art director: Ram Arusuvillic
Producer: Usha Malpuric
Director: Anish R Krishna
Publication date: Sep 23, 2022

Naga Shaurya recently burned his hands trying action dramas. So he made a comeback in the romantic genre and the trailer of this new rom-com ‘Krishna Vrinda Vihari’ caused some laughter.

Let’s find out its pros and cons.

Krishna (Naga Shaurya), a boy from an Orthodox Brahmin family in Godavari district, gets a job as a test engineer at a software company in Hyderabad. Love at first sight happens to him as soon as he meets Vrinda (Shirley), his project manager.

She also starts to like him for his gentle and endearing nature. But she cannot love him. Besides, she can’t marry anyone because she suffers from a rare ovarian disease. Even after Krishna learns that she cannot have children, Krishna agrees to marry her and proposes to her.

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To get his parents to agree to their marriage, he lies that he can’t perform in bed because of an injury. What happens now?

Performances by artists:
Naga Shaurya shows that he is at home in the romantic genre. As a traditional Brahmin youth and as a software engineer, he effortlessly brings out both shades of his character.

New heroine Shirley leaves an impression. She also looks beautiful.

Vennela Kishore plays the part of Dr.Satya and his track causes a lot of laughter. Brahmaji, Satya and Rahul Ramakrishna help in the laughter department. Senior actress Radhika in the role of the hero’s mother makes the process watchable.

Technical excellence:
Music is a mixed bag. The numbers are below par. Sai Sriram’s cinematography is neat. Art direction and dialogue writing are appropriate. Editing is okay.

Comic portions
Vennela Kishore

Regular narration
Similarities with Ante Sundaraniki
IT office sequences and battles

“Krishna Vrinda Vihari” starts predictably. Until the film reveals a twist in the story, it lacks exciting features. Just before the break, the plot thickens and from there the film turns into an entertaining mode. The main point of conflict and twist is similar to Nani’s recent release “Ante Sundaraniki”.

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Both Nani’s film and Naga Shaurya’s film started production before COVID-19 but were released this year. Although, “Krishna Vrinda Vihari” is a copy of Xerox; the film makes for more laughter in the second half.

Vennela Kishore is a great asset to this story. The movie’s big twist is tied to its character and the payoff is well served.

For a contemporary story, the film starts regularly. First and foremost, the scenes that occur in a software company are downright bad. Fight scenes in a software company, workers working as if they are in a market are unrealistic.

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The story comes to a head when the heroine reveals her problem and Naga Shaurya comes up with a weird declaration to marry her. The subsequent sequences worked well. The comedy is good. Some jokes are hilarious, others are routine.

On the other hand, the film’s climax is too predictable. The fights are shocking. The Atta-Kodalu drama is not to their liking. The songs could have been catchier. In general, Naga Shaurya takes extra care with the music for his productions. But this film lacks a catchy song like “Choosi Choodangane” in “Chalo”.

Overall, “Krishna Vrinda Vihari” offers some laughs and watchable moments despite the predictable story. It’s a pretty average fare.

Briefly: Works in parts

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