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Jayammu NischayammuRaa Movie Review

Jayammu Nischayammura Movie Review

Cinechitram.com Rating - 2.5

2.5

Average

This movie is a old wine in a new bottle. Some may like it and others may not. But it was a cool movie which slowly enters into the main plot. with some good performances of the artists the movie is worth watchable. The Telangana slang and the Kakinada slang are spoken well by the artists. It has some good comic scenes with some good love story. If anyone can watch the slow type movies they wouldnt be bored. The movie runs with an average speed with no ups and downs. Finally it is definitely a one time watcher where the audience doesn't feel bored and comes out with good laughs.

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Cast:

Srinivas Reddy, Poorna, Sree Vishnu, Posani, Ravi Verma, Praveen

Story:-

The story starts with a guy named Sarvam(Srinivas Reddy) who gets appointed to a government job in Municipal office. He believes all the superstitions and always takes advice from his spiritual guru Pithaji(Jeeva). He is an innocent man from Karimnagar who lives in a small village. He gets appointed in Kakinada. Though he got posted in Kakinada, he wants to get transferred to Karimnagar to look after his mother. There he falls in love with a girl Rani(Poorna). He then enquires about her and comes to know that she works in the Mee Seva office beside the Municipal office. Now he takes advice from pithaji and proceeds to love her.  Everyone makes fun of Sarvamangalam and uses him in all the different ways. In the office sarvam, the boss uses him for his personal matters and promises him to get his transfer orders. Sooner he comes to know that his boss has an affair with Rani and she was trapped. Now the story turns to another road. Sarvam starts believing in himself and gains confidence and try to face all his problems. His main aim becomes his love and his transfer. Did sarvam succeeded in his love? Whether Rani accepts his love? Has he solved all his problems? You have to watch on the screen for all these answers.

Performances:-

Srinivas Reddy: As you know Srinivas Reddy is a good comedian he can make laugh everyone and has done some good comic roles. But in this movie he played a different role of an innocent village man who has no confidence in him and everyone makes fun of him and uses him. In the first half of the movie he played a realistic lover boy character who believes all superstitions and even for loving a girl he loved he takes the advice of his spiritual guru. He had done an excellent job in playing the role so decently. Coming to the second half his character as a man who gains his self-confidence and faces all the problems for his love was well portrayed. Srinivas Reddy has shown his ability for a full-length hero character was suitable for him. Though in some scenes his image doesn’t suit his style overall everyone will be satisfied after watching the movie. To say one word, Srinivas Reddy is a plus for the film.

Poorna: – Poorna plays a character of a village girl who daily travels in the bus to reach the office of a middle-class family. She was well suited to the character. Her traditional looks bought a class look for the screen. She seemed like traditonal women. She helped her co-star in many scenes with the presence of her beauty. She did justice to her role. But we can’t say that this would help her for further roles in the future.

Ravi Verma: – His negative role is always plus for any movie. His attitude and his looks itself create a negative impact on the audience. He played his character as usual in a regular way. In this film he plays a character as JC in a Municipal office. He uses his subordinates for his personal causes. His role almost resembles a playboy type character.

And other characters Praveen who played the role Tatkal has done a good job in some comedy scenes. Posani also played a proper role as Purohit who wants to register his land and build a house, but he is always sent back to not having documents. The scenes between Praveen and Posani are hilarious whenever they meet. Krishna Bhagawan as the senior officer has got a real role after so many days and the comedy scenes between Jogi brothers, and Krishna Bhagwan is also hilarious. They all played their part well in the movie.

The other co-stars had some little characters, but up to their extent, they all did a  good job.

Technical aspects:-

Direction: – Shiva Raj Kanumuri is the director, producer. story and screenplay for the movie. HE had put his heart and worked for the film. The direction reminds us of the old class films. Though the story is old-fashioned, the director with some interesting screenplay has made the audience to watch the movie. The story was written nicely without any clumsy scenes. Though he is debutant as a director, he was successful in presenting the movie in the class way. The taking was in a new way with some freshness, and surely a good love story was presented in a cute way. Shiv Raj was succeeded as a director as there are also some minus points in the narration he has to look after.

Music: Music by Ravichandran is good and apt for this movie. O rangula chilaka was a good number. The background score was nice.  It helped the movie a lot. Because in the love stories background score plays a key role, we cannot say it is excellent, but it is good. Previously he composed songs for the movie Second Hand. But he got some fame with this movie only.

DOP: – Nagesh Banell is famous for his recent super hit movie Pellichoopulu. In this movie also he has captured some beautiful locations in Kakinada. The top view on the bus rides and the trees and plants the local areas in Kakinada are shot well. The songs are also picturized well.

What’s good:-  

The artist’s performance is good in the movie. Srinivas Reddy presents himself in a different role. The comedy scenes between Praveen and Posani are good. Also, the scenes between Jogi brothers and Krishna Bhagwan are hilarious. There are some comedy punches in the movie which bring us smiles on our faces. The love story has been projected in a good way. The direction and music and cinematography are good. The movie runs in a cool manner. The second half of the movie is the main part of the film. The whole story lies in the second part only.

What’s bad:-

The first half of the movie is narrated in a slow manner. The screenplay is slow. The director has wasted his time in the introduction of the characters in the first half. HE narrated in a slow way that he tested the patience of the audience. The movie is an old-fashioned story where anyone can expect what can happen next. All the songs in the movie cannot be hummed after coming out of the movie only two songs are nice, and other cannot be remembered. The movie itself is a routine story it looks like an old wine in a new bottle.

This movie could have been better if the first half of the movie is narrated with the fast screenplay. Srinivas Reddy was not suited for some scenes, and those could have been edited. The story should have been with a fresh feel, and it lost its feel with the routine scenes and narration. The songs could have been better. If there are some new ways of tackling the problems for love it might have been nice. If there are some interesting scenes and some good plots of love scenes, then the movie could be a classic.

Final verdict:-

This movie is old wine in a new bottle. Some may like it and others may not. But it was a cool movie which slowly enters into the main plot. with some good performances of the artists, the movie is worth watchable. The Telangana slang and the Kakinada slang are spoken well by the artists. It has some good comic scenes with some good love story. If anyone can watch the slow type movies, they wouldn’t be bored. The movie runs at an average speed with no ups and downs. Finally, it is definitely a one time watcher where the audience doesn’t feel bored and comes out with good laughs.

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