Krishna Vrinda Vihari Telugu Movie Review: However, despite Naga Shourya’s efforts, none of the commercial films he’s created have been very successful. His upcoming schedule, though, seems promising, and Krishna Vrinda Vihari is one of the highlights. A lot of people were intrigued by the film’s trailer, and its promoters have been touting it with assurance. The film was released to theatres today, September 23, 2022, but before you rush out to watch it, read this review to find out if it’s any good.
Krishna (Naga Shourya) is a country boy whose family are devout Hindus. He finds work in the city and relocates there, where he meets the unconventional Vrindha (Sherley Setia). I can’t understand how two people who see the world so differently might fall in love with each other. To what extent will their love last throughout the story?
Cast & Crew
Some of the actors and actresses in the film include Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia, Radhika Sarathkumar, Vennela Kishore, Sathya, Rahul Ramakrishna, and Rahul Sukumar. Anish R. Krishna directed it, Sai Sriram shot the film, Mahati Swara Sagar composed the score, Tamiiraju edited the film, and Usha Mulpuri ran the production business, Ira Creations.
|Movie Name||Krishna Vrinda Vihari|
|Director||Anish R Krishna|
|Music Director||Mahati Swara Sagar|
|Cast||Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia, Radhika Sarathkumar, Vennela Kishore, Sathya, Rahul Ramakrishna & Others|
The humor in Krishna Vrinda Vihari helps you forget about the film’s outmoded narrative. But ultimately, content is king, and Krishna Vrinda Vihari had trouble coming up with engaging material. Nonetheless, the film may do well at the box office if it manages to strike a tone that appeals to families.
Regrettably, Krishna Vrinda Vihari was dull from start to finish, and its emotional beats fell flat. Getting to know the main players takes some time, and the film seems to flounder after that. Some comedic sequences, romantic musical numbers, and annoying tunes make the first half difficult to sit through, and the second half is no better.
Vennela Kishore, Sathya, and Rahul Ramakrishna momentarily saved the film, despite Radhika Sarathakumar having little to no screen time and Sherley Setia as Vrindha having no lines to speak. The role of Naga Shaurya is the same as in his previous flicks, and he needs to put more effort into his acting.
Despite the box office failure of his debut film, Ala Ela, Anish R. Krishna received high marks for his script. His subsequent film, Lover, was also a box office flop, and his most recent effort, Krishna Vrinda Vihari, was completely uninteresting.
While Sai Sriram’s cinematography leaves something to be desired, the rest of the technical team puts out a valiant effort, and the strengths of Krishna Vrinda Vihari and Mahati Swara Sagar’s background score are particularly evident.
In conclusion, Krishna Vrinda Vihari is a film that only a restricted audience should witness.
Few Comedy Scenes
Outdated Story Line