Swathimuthyam Movie Review: Bellam Konda Suresh was one of the top and most successful producers in TFI because his elder son Bellamkonda Srinivas was successfully introduced, and now it’s his second son Bellamkonda Ganesh’s turn. Surprisingly, he made his debut with a small movie called Swathimuthyam. The movie’s trailer caught people’s attention, and its producers did a good job of promoting it. Eventually, the movie was released alongside
Ganesh (Bellamkonda Ganesh) is a good-hearted man who works at an electrical business. After his family sets up a match, he meets Varsha, with whom he agrees on many philosophical points. Everything initially goes smoothly, but the plot twist occurs when Ganesh admits to his problem.
Cast & Crew
The cast of the movie includes Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, and Pragathi, and it was directed by Lakshman K Krishna. Suryaa handled the cinematography, Mahati Swara Sagar handled the music, and Suryadevara Naga Vamsi produced it under the banner of Sithara Entertainments.
|Director||Lakshman K Krishna|
|Music Director||Mahati Swara Sagar|
|Producer||Suryadevara Naga Vamsi|
|Cast||Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, Pragathi|
The audience prefers engaging entertainment over a story, which is why Krishna Vrinda Vihari recently did well at the box office despite having no story. Swathimuthyam fits into the same category because it has engaging comedy. In recent times, many Telugu movies have enjoyed success with some engaging blocks. If we look at the story, however, it may fail.
The first half of the film begins with a date between the hero and heroine, where we learn more about their relationship and follow their trip. Aside from a few comedic scenes, the first half of the film doesn’t offer much because the tension was not established in act 1 of the play. Once the tension is established and the hero is dealing with all of the family members at that time, the second half becomes exciting.
Fortunately, when the flow dwindles, Vennela Kishore steps in and keeps us laughing until the conclusion.
Bellamkonda Varsha Bollam impressed with Middle-Class Melodies and now she got a well-written role and she performed well, and the rest of the cast Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, and Pragathi do their best. Ganesh made his acting debut with this movie as an innocent boy.
He is good while showcasing some emotions; however, we can see in experience in his performance.
Lakshman K Krishna’s first film as a director is titled Swathimuthyam. He somewhat succeeded in producing the movie and entertaining the audience, but the drama he wrote around the topic should have been much better.
Technically speaking, Swathimuthyam is passable due to Suryaa’s subpar photography, several oversaturated shots, and poor grading. However, Mahati Swara Sagar’s few songs looked nice on screen and he left his stamp on the background soundtrack, and the rest of the technical team worked well.
In general, Swathimuthyam is a watchable movie with some interesting blocks.
- Routine Drama
- Thin Storyline