Direction: Ajay Bhupathi
Producer: Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Cast: Sharwanand, Siddharth, Aditi Rao Hydari,Anu Emmanuel,Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, Ramachandra Raju, Saranya Ponvannan
Cinematography: Raj Thota
Editing: Praveen K. L.
Sharwanand, Siddharth’s Maha Samudram directed by Ajay Bhupati is releasing today. The film stars Aditi Rao Hydari and Anu Emmanuel as the female leads. Here is the film’s review.
Arjun (Sharwanand) and Vijay (Siddharth) are thick friends While Vijay tries for a police job, Arjun tries to start his own business. However life turns upside down and to find out the twists and turns and how Smitha (Anu Emmanuel), Dhananjay (Ramachandra Rao), Chunchu Mama (Jagapathi Babu), Rao Ramesh (Gooni Babji) form the rest of the story.
Sharwanand surprises with a powerful role and came with a stunning performance. Siddharth performed well in his role. Aditi Rao Hydari did well as a heartbroken lover. Anu Emmanuel got a limited screen presence. Ramachandra Rao looked menacing as a villain. Rao Ramesh attracted by his mannerisms and antics. Jagapathi Babu performed well in his role.
Ajay Bhupati came with a routine story but came with a few interesting twists and turns. The cinematography of Raj Thota is good. Editing of Praveen could have been better. Chaitan Bharadwaj’s songs and music elevated the scenes. Production values are good.