Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha Review: Few actors gain the stardom with very first attempt and then their downfall begins with the wrong choice of scripts in no time. One such actor from Telugu film industry is none other than Kiran Abbavaram. His first movie “Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru” brought his very good craze among the youngsters and his second film “SR Kalyanamandapam” worked with the same fame.

But his fate changed with his third movie and from then on he started receiving negative reviews both from the audience and critics for every movie. After a gap, Kiran Abbavaram has come up with an interesting title “Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha,” which released in theatres today. Let us get into the detailed review of this movie to know if he succeeded in entertaining the audience this time.

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Vishnu connects to a girl named Darshana on phone, when she makes a surprise call to check on her phone number neighbor. Interested with this concept of phone number neighbor, Vishnu also tries the same concept by dialing to his neighboring number, that leads to many disasters in his life. To know what struggles he has to face with this concept, should only be watched in the theatres.

Cast & Crew

Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha stars Kiran Abbavaram in the lead role and actress Kashmira is seen as a female lead opposite him. Movie also stars other actors like Murali Sharma, Praveen, Sharat Lohitashwa, Dayanand Reddy and others.

Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha is written and directed by Murali Kishor Abburu. This movie is produced by Bunny Vas under GA2 Pictures banner. Music of this movie is composed by Chaitan Bharadwaj and cinematography is handled by Daniel Viswas.

Movie NameVinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha
DirectorMurali Kishor Abburu
Music DirectorChaitan Bharadwaj
ProducerBunny Vas
GenreComedy, Drama, Romance
CastKiran Abbavaram, Kashmira, Murali Sharma & Others
Cinematography Daniel Viswas


Finding a new concept in film making is very welcoming, but the execution of that concept on screen will make the difference. Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha movie has that new concept, but the execution is what makes it problematic. The concept of phone number neighboring in the trailer grabbed the attention of audience, but other than the name of that concept, movie has nothing new to offer.

With just the name of the concept Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha is made with mix of all commercial elements like comedy, action, politics, romance and everything. There are many scenes involving Kashmira and Murali Sharma that look awkward on screen and doesn’t bring any laughs. Movie has many such unwanted cringy scenes that keeps us scratching our heads on where exactly the movie is heading towards and finally ends disappointingly.

While it comes to performances, Kiran Abbavaram looks expression less most of the time, with very monotonous dialogue delivery and diction that he has been using since his first movie. Kashmira is okay to certain extent. Murali Sharma is a brilliant actor and it is sad to see such talented actor doing such buffoonery in this movie. Sharat Lohitashwa, Dayanand Reddy and all other actors did their part well as required for the characters.

Technically Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha movie looks okay. Songs composed by Chaitan Bharadwaj is one of the major highlights in the movie and his background score is apt for the proceedings. Cinematography by Daniel Viswas is another plus point for this movie. Editing could have been better, if few unwanted scenes were trimmed. Production values are good.

Director Murali Kishor Abburu will definitely be appreciated for his concept, but failed in executing hat interesting concept into a complete movie.

Overall, Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha is a mixed genre movie that has all commercial elements and can be watched in theatres once for its unique concept.

Plus Points:

  • Music
  • Concept

Minus Points:

  • Performances
  • Screenplay

Rating: 2.75/5

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Bhargav Reddy

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