Kurukshetra Review

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Directed by: Naganna
Produced by: Munirathna
Written by: J. K. Bharavi
Story by: Munirathna
Based on: Gadhayuddha by Ranna
Starring: Darshan, Ambareesh, V. Ravichandran, P. Ravishankar, Arjun Sarja, Meghana Raj, Sneha, Sonu Sood, Chandan, Danish Akhtar Saifi, Nikhil Kumar, Haripriya, Shashikumar, Srinivasa Murthy, Srinath and others
Music by: V. Harikrishna
Cinematography: Jayanan Vincent
Edited by: Jo Ni Harsha
Production Companies: KCN Movies, Vrushabhadri Productions, Rockline Productions
Distributed by: Geetha Arts (Telugu)
Release date: 10 August 2019
www.moviemanthra.com rating: 3.25/5

Story:
The story is a reinterpretation of the Mahabharata war from Duryodhana’s viewpoint.

Performances:
The film has an enormous star cast and all of those completed a noteworthy activity in their jobs. Action King Arjun in the job of Karna is very great. Darshan as Duryodhana was well-suited and made a decent effect on the procedures. His performance in the movie is quite great. Sonu Sood is OK as Arjun looks flawless and conveys great screen nearness. All the key cast have done their job well. Everyone made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:
The size of the film is quite great and watching it in 3D improves the review experience visuals insightful. The war succession which has been exhibited in 3D looks great on screen. Creation estimations of the film are first-class as the creators have not under any condition settled on the financial limit of the film. Altering could have been exceptional as the runtime would have been improved by ten minutes. The camerawork of the film is superb as it displayed the 3D impacts in an average way. Music of the film is disillusioning as was the foundation score of the film. Going to the director Naganna, however, he had the idea of making this huge fanciful film right, his execution is pretty good.

Plus Points:
Performances
3D Effects
Story
Direction

Minus Points:
Dubbing Work
Slow Pace

Verdict:
Just the entire, Kurukhstram is a similar old interpretation of Mahabharata’s renowned quarrel among Pandavas and Kauravas. The main uncommon thing is the 3D impact which looks respectable. Aside from that, the film has nothing going its path in view of its dull execution and poor screenplay. Aside from a scope of Kannada stars assuming key jobs, this film has something great to offer the audiences. On the whole, the movie is worth a watch.

Punch Line: Kurukshetra Is a Compelling Historical Drama!