Cast: Naga Shaurya, Shirley Setia
Others: Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna, Radhika Sarathkumar, Brahmaji
Banner: IRA CREATIONS
Producer: Usha Mulpuri
Presents: Shankar Prasad Mulpuri
Music Director: Mahati Swara Sagar
Director: Anish R Krishna
Naga Shaurya’s Krishna Vrinda Vihari is out in the theatres today. The actor has been promoting the film with dedication, carrying out even a Pada Yatra. So, how is the film in terms of content? If you want to know the answer, do read our review:
Plot: Krishna (Naga Shaurya) hails from West Godavari. Coming from an orthodox Brahmin family, he grows up in an Agraharam. He shifts to Hyderabad after landing a job in an IT company. Soon enough, he falls in love with his manager Vrindha (Shirley), who takes a liking to his innocence.
But soon, she reveals that she suffers from Primary Ovarian Insufficiency disorder, owing to which she is incapable of becoming pregnant. Krishna doesn't mind it and convinces her by saying he would rather prefer adopting a child from an orphanage. But since he can't convince his traditional-minded mother (Radhika Sarathkumar), he cooks up a smart lie so that he can marry Vrindha with his mother's consent. What is the lie? What consequences does it lead to? That's the second half of the film.
Performances: As usual, Naga Shaurya nails it in his character. He looks stylish and cool as a youngster who woos his manager. Debutante Shirley Setia shines in her role as a professional and a married woman. Her confident performance is praiseworthy. Brahmaji, Himaja are good. Vennela Kishore and Satya tickle the funny bone in a couple of scenes.
Radhika Sarathkumar is good in the second half. As Krishna's mother, she gets many dialogues to speak.
A few comedy scenes
The interval point
A few outdated scenes
Boring first half
There is no strong emotional core in the film. Watch it only for Naga Shaurya and for some comedy scenes.