Cast: Panja Vaisshnav Tej, Rakul Preet Singh, Sai Chand, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Nassar, Annapurna, Hema, Anthony, Ravi Prakash, Mahesh Vitta, Racha Ravi, Ashok Vardhan, Anand Vihari
Cinematographer: Gnana Shekar VS
Editing: Shravan Katikaneni
Producers: Sai Babu Jagarlamudi, Rajeev Reddy
Banner: First Frame Entertainments
Release: 8th October 2021
Vaishnav Tej, Rakul Preet Singh’s Kondapolam directed by Krish is releasing today in a grand manner. Here is the film’s mini review.
Kataru Ravindra Yadav (Panja Vaishnav Tej), a son of a shepherd, fails to clear all interviews despite getting good marks in B.Tech. He goes to his native place and joins his father Gorappa (Sai Chand) and along with other shepherds goes to Konda Polam to feed the sheep. Everyone make fun of him for turning a shepherd after doing higher education and also his failure to get the basics right as a shepherd. Whether Ravindra Yadav remains a failure and achieves success and how Obulamma (Rakul Preet Singh) is connected to it, form rest of the story.
Vaishnav Tej and Rakul Preet Singh slipped in their roles and they attracted with their performances. Kota Srinivasa Rao, Sai Chand did well came with natural expressions and emotions. Others performed accordingly. Director Krish attracted the attention of all with his story. He starts of well but by the end of the first half, he loses steam. Entire second half turns uni dimensional. Screenplay and direction is just ok. He could have generated more interest with his twists and turns. Dialogues are good. Music and BGM of Keeravani elevated the scenes. Gnana Sekhar’s cinematography beautified the film. Editing of Shravan Katikaneni could have been better. Production values are good.