Narappa Review

Director:Srikanth Addala
Producer: Kalaipuli S. Than I andD. Suresh Babu
Cast: Venkatesh, Priyamani, Karthik Rathnam, Rao Ramesh, Rajiv Kanakala, Nassar, and others
Cinematography: Shyam K. Naidu
Editing:Marthand K. Venkatesh
Music : Mani Sharma
Banner: Suresh Productions and V Creations
Distributed by: Amazon Prime Video
Release date:20 July 2021
OTT Platform : Amazon Prime


A small farmer from a far-off town Ramasagaram in the Anantapur region, Narappa (Venkatesh) lives joyfully with his better half Sundaramma (Priyamani), and three children, Munikanna (Karthik), Sinabba(Rakhi), and Bujjamma. Notwithstanding, his life flips around, and Narappa ends up in a hazardous circumstance to save his family. To discover more, enjoy Narappa on Amazon Prime Video.


Director Srikanth gave a start on a fascinating note yet the speed dunks in the flashback scenes. Anyway many are passed on to puzzle over whether the revamp was required at all as practically every one of the scenes, dialogues and even costumes are duplicates from the first. However, None can coordinate with Dhanush’s exhibition.


Venkatesh lived into the character, Priyamani as the spouse acted out well. Rao performed well, Nassar likewise assumed his part well however one felt yet was miscast. Karthik acted well, Rajiv performed quite well and Karthik played out the character flawlessly.


Shyam with his cinematography showed the provincial town environment on screen in a delightful way. Manisharma accompanied great tunes to enhance the climate in a like manner. The editing of Marthand is quite decent.

Viewers Verdict

Narappa thrills but pales in comparison