Cast- Srinivas Reddy, Poorna, Posani Krishna Murali, Krishna Bhagwan
Director- Shiva Raj Kanumuri
Producer- Shiva Raj Kanumuri
Music- V Ravichandran
Banner- Shiv Raj Films
Release date- November 25th, 2016
There has been an increasing trend of small scale films in Tollywood trying to make a mark with the audience and genuine attempts are always appreciated. Srinivasa Reddy and Poorna starrer Jayammu Nischayammu Ra has been making positive noise from quite some time with its promotion. The trailer and songs have attracted the audience attention and with the film releasing today, let us find out if it made an impact.
Sarvam (Srinivas Reddy), who is a sincere country lad struggling to land a government job, is an ardent believer in astrology and has high regard for swamiji’s. An introvert by nature, he keeps his love for Poorna to himself. He has only one aim in his life of getting married to his love interest and woo his boss to get a transfer. Things take a hilarious and interesting twist when he gets to know an unbelievable truth about his boss. How will he achieve his aim and what follows in the process forms the story.
Srinivasa Reddy managed to score high on his performance once again with this romantic entertainer. He takes us through a ride of emotions, despair, innocence and victory so swiftly that he forms an instant connect with the audience. Poorna has also done a brilliant job and delivered mature performance. Their subtle and simple chemistry stands out as the highlight of the film. Posani, Praveen, Krishnudu, Sree Vishnu, Krishna Bhagavan among other supporting cast have done full justice to their roles.
Half of the credit for the film’s success must be credited to director and producer Shiv Raj. He delivered an engagingly hilarious yet emotional film. Although the film gives us a slow feel due to narration, it is engaging enough to keep the audience glued. The film showcases the journey of a common man through emotional despair, love and finally triumph. First half may be comparatively slow paced but the second half is clearly entertaining and film ended well. The background music is refreshing and few tunes are very melodious. Production values seemed decent. A lot of nativity has been showered in the film and the camera man should be applauded for his work.
Rold Gold (-)
Lag in the first half
On the whole, the film is a must watch for its earthly characters, simplicity and genuine attempt to deliver something worth watchful. Srinivasa Reddy formed the soul for the film and the entire cast and crew should be appreciated for such a wonderful attempt.
Goldscreen Rating- 3/5
A beautiful watch-worth your time!