Krishna Vrinda Vihari Movie Review: Although Naga Shourya has produced a variety of commercial films, none of them have been particularly successful. However, his upcoming slate appears to be quite intriguing, and Krishna Vrinda Vihari is one of them. The movie’s trailer caught many people’s attention, and its makers have been confidently promoting it. However, even though the movie finally hit theatres today, September 23, 2022, let’s dive into the review to see if the movie is worth seeing.
Krishna (Naga Shourya) is from a rural and is from a brahmin family. After gaining a job, he moves to the city and meets Vrindha (Sherley Setia), who is completely different from him. How did two people with such different worldviews end up falling in love? Will their love endure for the duration of the narrative?
Cast & Crew
The film stars Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia, Radhika Sarathkumar, Vennela Kishore, Sathya, Rahul Ramakrishna, and others. It was directed by Anish R. Krishna, with Sai Sriram handling the cinematography, Mahati Swara Sagar handling the music, Tamiiraju handling the film editing, and Usha Mulpuri running Ira Creations as the production company.
|Movie Name||Krishna Vrinda Vihari|
|Director||Anish R Krishna|
|Music Director||Mahati Swara Sagar|
|Cast||Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia, Radhika Sarathkumar, Vennela Kishore, Sathya, Rahul Ramakrishna & Others|
Krishna Vrinda Vihari has a dated plot, but it still manages to keep your interest in some of the comedy scenes. In the end, though, content is king, and Krishna Vrinda Vihari struggled to create interesting content. Nevertheless, the movie might succeed at the box office because it has a family-friendly vibe that will draw in families.
Sadly, Krishna Vrinda Vihari failed to engage from beginning to end, and the emotions didn’t land well. The movie takes a while to establish all the key characters, and after that, it lacks direction. We can see some comedy blocks, love tracks, and songs, and the second half is even harder to watch with the same comedy, love scenes, and songs.
While Radhika Sarathakumar had little screen time and Sherley Setia as Vrindha has no lines to deliver, the picture was briefly saved by the performances of Vennela Kishore, Sathya, and Rahul Ramakrishna. Naga Shaurya is the same as his past films; he has to concentrate more on his acting.
Even though Anish R. Krishna’s first movie, Ala Ela, was bombed, he was praised for his script. His next movie, Lover, also bombed, and his most recent picture, Krishna Vrinda Vihari, entirely failed to engage the audience.
Technically speaking, Krishna Vrinda Vihari is strong given that Sai Sriram’s cinematography isn’t up to par, Mahati Swara Sagar, whose songs have consistently been memorable, is strong in the background soundtrack, and the rest of the technical team gave it their all.
Finally, Krishna Vrinda Vihari is a movie that only a select group of viewers should see once.
Few Comedy Scenes
Outdated Story Line