Cast: Sandhya Raju, Kamal Kamaraju, Rohit Behal, Adithya Menon, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Bhanupriya, Rukmini Vijayakumar, Baby Devina and others
Director: Revanth Korukonda
Producers: Dil Raju, Sandhya Rajas
Cinematography: Revanth Korukonda
Editing: Revanth Korukonda
Music: Shravan Bharadwaj
Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations,Nishrinkala Films
Sandhya Raju’s Natyam hit the screens today. Here is the film’s review
Sitara (Sandhya Raju) dreams of narrating the Kadambari story in dance form but she is opposed by all even by his guru (Aditya Menon). Why she is opposed whether she realized her dream and how Hari (Kamal Kamaraju), Rohit (Rohit Behal) are connected to if form Natyam story.
Director Revanth Korukonda came with an interesting story. He tried to highlight the traditional dance form on the silver screen. To some extent, he emerged successfully. The first half is interesting with the temple atmosphere in the village backdrop. But the narration loses steam as he loses the plot and the film lacks the emotional connection. Except for a couple of scenes, the film failed to connect chords with the viewers.
Sandhya Raju showcased her dancing talent but failed to showcase her acting talent. Kamal Kamaraju and Rohit worked hard to showcase their dances. However, they failed to express themselves. Aditya Menon, Subhalekha Sudhakar are ok in their roles. Revanth Korukonda’s cinematography and editing failed to elevate the proceedings. Shrawan Bharadwaj’s music is ok but the background score disappointed. Production values are ok.