Ismart Shankar Review


Directed by: Puri Jagannadh
Produced by: Puri Jagannadh, Charmme Kaur
Written by: Puri Jagannadh
Screenplay by: Puri Jagannadh
Starring: Ram Pothineni, Nidhhi Agerwal, Nabha Natesh, Satyadev Kancharana
Music by: Mani Sharma
Cinematography: Raj Thota
Edited by: Junaid Siddiqui
Production Company: Puri Connects & Puri Jagannadh Touring Talkies
Release date: 18 July 2019
Censor: A
Language: Telugu

Rating: 3/5

Rowdy Shankar aka iSmart Shankar (Ram Pothineni) is in trouble. He he has a score to settle with the people who wronged him and to make things worse, the cops are after him. But the real problem starts when a chip is inserted into his brain, affecting his memories. Can Shankar outsmart those conspiring against him? Forms the story of the film.

Ram is genuinely a benefit for this film. In spite of getting a difficult job, Ram has pulled it off easily. We can say this is the first occasion when he has ever played such an exceptional and fiery character however Ram has conveyed his profession best execution in this motion picture. We can say that he Ram has demonstrated that he is a flexible on-screen character and totally left his darling kid sort of picture with his shocking presentation in the film. Both the female leads of the film, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nabha Natesh got substantial jobs in the film and they have conveyed not too bad exhibitions. Additionally, their chemistry with Ram worked out well. Obviously, Satya Dev will intrigue the crowd with his entrancing exhibition. Sayaji Shinde, Getup Srinu, Tulasi and so on likewise performed well.

Technical Aspects:
Generation esteems by Puri Jagannath and Charmme Kaur are extravagant. Music by Mani Sharma resembles the foundation of the film. His melodies, as well as his BGM, included more quality for the film. His music is unquestionably one of the real features of this film. Cinematographer Raj Thota has delivered some smooth visuals for this motion picture. The editing by Junaid Siddiqui is perfect and flawless.

Plus Points:
Music & BGM

Minus Points:
Few Dragged Scenes

Dashing chief Puri Jagannath has concocted a very captivating content with this film. His screenplay is remarkable. The story is to some degree unsurprising however Puri has prevailed with regards to including his imprint in the screenplay and catch the eye of the group of spectators. Additionally, his pace of portrayal is consistent and Puri has by and by demonstrated that he makes them astonish narrating aptitudes. True to form, Puri Jagannath has denoted his returned with a fascinating film this time. The motion picture begins off on a fascinating note and the whole first half is loaded up with some parody scenes and the story foundation. Be that as it may, the subsequent half is somewhat indecent just as intriguing. Smash’s entrancing presentation, Puri Jagannath’s taking and music can be considered as the in addition to purposes of this film while the anticipated story will be the short point. Particularly, a portion of the scenes in the subsequent half will be a bit hauled just as unsurprising. Generally, ‘iSmart Shankar’ is unquestionably a watching motion picture for Ram’s energetic prog performance and he shined heavily in this beauty.

Punch Line: iSmart Mass With Puri’s Mark