Movie: Kousalya Krishnamurthy
Starring : Aishwarya Rajesh, Rajendra Prasad, Sivakarthikeyan (Special Role), Karthik Raju, Jhansi, C V L Narasimha Rao, Vennela Kishore, ‘Rangasthalam’ Mahesh, Vishnu (Taxiwala fame), Ravi Prakash
Presents : K S Rama Rao
Producer : K A Vallabha
Director : Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao
Story : Arunraja Kamaraj
DOP : I Andrew
Music – Dhibu Ninan Thomas
Dialogues : Hanumaan Choudary
Art Director : S Shivaiah
Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Release Date: August 23rd, 2019
www.moviemanthra.com Rating: 3.25/5
Kousalya (Aishwarya Rajesh), a farmer’s daughter, dreams of becoming an international cricketer and winning the Cricket World Cup. She faces various challenges as she pursues her dream with the support of her father. What happened in the end? Did she become a good cricketer? What is her journey? Forms the story of the movie.
Aishwarya Rajesh is certainly a show stealer for this film. The entertainer has mixed with the character well and depicted her profession best execution. Her marvelous exhibition is essentially radiant. It is apparent that Aishwarya Rajesh went under the skin of the character and conveyed a legitimate execution. Rajendra Prasad has conveyed a not too bad execution in the film. His common execution included more quality for the film. Sivakarthikeyan gave his 100% in trying the job. His vigorous presentation and non-verbal communication likewise made the film much all the more fascinating. He is immaculate as the mentor. Karthik Raju acted well in the film. Jhansi did her best in attempting the job. All the other actors are good in the movie.
The production esteems by KA Vallabha under Creative Commercials pennant are rich. Music by Dhibu Ninan Thomas is simply alright. The songs from the sound collection is amazing. His experience score can is better. The Cinematography by B. Andrew is wonderful. The vast majority of the motion picture is set with the town background and B Andrew has delivered some smooth visuals for the film. The film’s editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is alright.
Tamil flavour in some scenes
Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao has made definitely a better progressions to the first half. Despite the fact that the first is an excess of emotional with Tamil flavor, that was not changed at all in this motion picture. The film is moderate and the dramatization is unsurprising just as obsolete. It would appear that the chief has named most of the motion picture’s bits in the second half which is quite interesting. Having a strong story never neglects to dazzle the group of spectators and Kousalya Krishnamurthy is a special case. The film has a story however it was not told in the correct way. Much the same as the title, the whole film rotates around Kousalya Krishnamurthy and her adventure from an ordinary commonplace Indian young lady to an expert cricketer who speaks to her own nation. The voyage could be appeared in a connecting with and motivational way yet the producers didn’t. The main half is alright when contrasted with the second half as everything is surprising. The film is inspiring
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