Kinnerasani Movie Review: Kinnerasani, Kalyan Dev’s mystery thriller, will be released on Zee5 on June 10 instead of in cinemas, since the makers’ original aim was to release it in theatres, but owing to some unexplained reason, the makers have worked with Zee5. Despite the fact that the Kinnerasani teaser sparked a lot of interest, the makers haven’t done a good job of promoting the picture, and it appears that no one knows what it’s about, let’s go into an in-depth review of Kinnerasani and see if it’s worth watching or not.
Jayadev (Ravindra Vijay) wrote a book named Kinnerasani, according to Kinnerasanmi, but Veda (Ann Sheetal) discovers a book that contains the key to her past, present, and destiny. Meanwhile, lawyer Venkat (Kalyan Dev) seeks vengeance for the death of his sweetheart. Venkat assists Veda in safeguarding them both against an uncertain future.
Cast & Crew
Kalyan Dev, Ann Sheetal, Ravindra Vijay, Shan, Satya Prakash, Sreya Tyagi, Appaji, Lavanya Reddy, and Sanvitha star in Kinnerasani, which was directed by Ramana Teja, with cinematography by Dinesh K Babu, music by Mahati Swara Sagar, and produced by Rajani Thalluri and Ravi Chintala under the banner of Subham Entertainments.
|Cast Leads||Kalyan Dev, Ann Sheetal, Ravindra Vijay, Back Star Shan, Satya Prakash, Sreya Tyagi, Appaji, Lavanya Reddy, Sanvith|
|Producer||Rajani Thalluri, Ravi Chintala|
|Written by||Sai Tej Deshraj|
|Music||Mahati Swara Sagar|
|DOP||Dinesh K Babu|
After seeing the film, I’m curious as to why Kinnerasani’s creators have not released it in theatres, as it is a story that deserves to be heard by a larger audience. However, the film begins well, as it succeeds in maintaining suspense from beginning to end; the story graph never falls until the interval; however, the problem arises in the second half, when we lose the thrill for a while due to unnecessary flashbacks, which, while necessary for the story, sadly did not add any effect to the story; the film becomes interesting from the pre-climax; however, the climax is not up to the mark, as it could have been better; however, the film ends poorly
Kalyan Dev as Venkat is merely ok since he has a strong screen presence but he fails to amaze you because there are a lot of sequences that require him to perform but he doesn’t. He has to work on his acting a lot. Ann Sheetal as Veda did well because she has a lot of screen time and she emotes well in any scene, and the show stealer Ravindra Vijay as Jayadev is almost as good as director Ramana Teja designed a brilliant character for him, with two shades of characters, one present and the other flashback, and the rest of the cast did their jobs well.
Sai Tej Deshraj wrote a good story, although Ramana Teja’s execution may have been better, the tension and storyline kept the audience engaged.
Technically, Kinnerasani isn’t up to par, as Dinesh K Babu’s cinematography should have been better, but Mahati Swara Sagar’s background soundtrack truly enhances and piques interest in watching the entire film, and the rest of the technical crew did an excellent job.
Finally, Kinnerasani is a partially fascinating mystery thriller; if you enjoy suspense-thriller films, you should check out the film, which is currently available on Zee5.