Naga Shaurya’s Aswathama Movie Review

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With an engaging trailer, Naga Shaurya’s film Aswathama created a positive buzz in social media. The pre-release business of this film did unexpected booming business for a two-tier hero like Shaurya which indirectly says it’s worth. Though the film did not promote as it has to be for the content, likes of Chiranjeevi and K. Raghavendra Rao helped the film in reaching more audience. Debutant Director Ramana Teja, Naga Shaurya, Mehreen Pirzada and the whole team of Aswathama are very confident in their work. The film opened to theatres today worldwide.

STORY

Naga Shaurya (Gana) visits India to attend his sister Priya engagement. She tries to take her life in the event knowing she is pregnant. Gana tries to find clues about her pregnancy and in that process he finds utterly shocking truth regarding a doctor. How he unwinded mystery surrounding kidnaps is the rest of the story to watch.

Starting with Naga Shaurya he did a phenomenal job in writing engaging storyline which is a major plus for the film. His intense rugged transformation and acting get extra marks. Action episodes designed and composed by KGF stunt masters Anbariv remains as one of the highlights along with Ghibran’s goosebumps BGM. Revealing about antagonist right after interval makes the suspense evaporate so soon. Songs and the role of Mehreen Pirzada are not that great to discuss. Though it might not appeal to mass centers because of lack of entertainment it is surely an appreciable work by the team and many footfalls are expected in theatres.

POSITIVES

Story,
Naga Shaurya performance,
Villain characterization,
Action episodes,
Ghibran BGM,
Cinematography

NEGATIVES

Slow narration,
2 songs,
Lack of emotional connectivity at times

FINAL VERDICT

Kickass script with satisfactory execution

RATING – 3.25/5