Cast: Sundeep Kishan, Sai Dharam Teja, Regina Cassandra and Pragya Jaiswal

Director: Krishna Vamsi

Producers: K. Srinivasulu, S. Venugopal, Sajju

Music Director: Mani Sharma

Introduction:

Director Krishna Vamsi delivered memorable hits earlier, is desperately looking for a hit as he has been going through a rough phase. Today, his directorial venture Nakshatram has hit the theaters. Sundeep Kishan, Sai Dharam Teja, Regina Cassandra and Pragya Jaiswal have played lead roles. Let’s check it whether it will live up the expectations or not.

Story:

Rama Rao (Sundeep Kishan) is the very ambitious person who aspires to become a police officer. But a small argument with commissioner’s son (Tanish), miss the chance of becoming a police officer. As he gets frustrated, he attempts suicide. But his uncle saves him.

The unexpected incident causes Shivaji and Rama Rao to come in commissioner’s office (Prakash Raj) and the commissioner asks the missing police officer Alexander (Sai Dharam Tej), who was supposed to wed IPS officer Kiran Reddy (Pragya).

This is how Rama Rao comes to know about the story of Alex. How Alex is killed and what Rama Rao does should be watched on the big screen.

Performances:

Although Krishna Vamsi is missing the success factor in his films, actors who will play should do bit extra loud and exactly Sundeep Kishna did it. He is superb in his role. Sai Dharam Tej’s role might be confined but he has done a terrific job as a sincere cop. Regina is hot and striking on the silver screen. Pragna’s character is neat as a police officer and Sivaji Raja is okay.

Analysis:

Nakshatram’s story might be old but the way Krishna Vamsi has narrated is okay for audiences. Most of the scenes and dialogues are routine. Rama Rao’s character has been shaped out well. Especially, his romantic scenes with Regina are eye pleasing for youth.

First one hour, Krishna Vamsi established characters and then he entered into the main plot. First one hour, audiences feel tedious. But interval bang is good to grab the attention of audiences. When the role of Sai Dharam Tej enters, story elevates.

After Sai Dharam Tej’s episode, the narration goes very slow and boring. Krishna Vamsi’s songs are good in his films but songs of Nakshatram are not up to the mark and it is the main drawback of the film. Overall, Nakshatram has nothing to offer for audiences.

Technicalities:

KV’s songs are always good to watch on big screen but this time, he failed to create curiosity. The background is a bit loud which is irritating. The direction of Krishna Vamsi is okay but he could not entertain audiences. Production values are okay.

Final Say:

Nakshatram is just average flick and you can watch it once