Ashwathama is a Decent Thriller with no Hiccups Throughout

Ashwathama is a Decent Thriller with no Hiccups Throughout

The young and talented hero Naga Shaurya is very desperate to score a solid hit. After Chalo, Shaurya got another success with Oh Baby, but that hit went into the list of Samantha.

9 months ago | By mohammed imran

The young and talented hero Naga Shaurya is very desperate to score a solid hit. After Chalo, Shaurya got another success with Oh Baby, but that hit went into the list of Samantha. Now, he came up with a commercial thriller Ashwathama under the direction of debutant Ramana Teja. This movie got released today, and let's dive into the review of Ashwathama.




Plot

Naga Shaurya told in the interviews that the basic plot of this movie had taken from a real incident that happened in Mumbai. Two days before the marriage of Shaurya's (Gana) sister, she attempts suicide. When the hero asks her the reason she tells him that she was pregnant but it was not because of her would-be. Even she doesn't know who's responsible for her pregnancy. Then the hero finds out the same situation happened with many girls and some of them got killed themselves. How Gana finds out the person behind these atrocities and his motto is the plot of Ashwathama.



Review

Ashwathama is a decent thriller with no hiccups throughout. Naga Shaurya has shown his full command on the story and didn't deviate from the central plot. He took some time to make the audience comfortable and entered into the story neatly. But the references he took from the Mahabharatha and connecting to this story don't impact the audience and feels irrelevant. Shaurya carried this movie on his shoulders throughout, and he improved a lot as an actor. Even in the emotional scenes, shaurya did a very good job. As usual, the director and the writer failed once to give an impressive role to Mehreen. But she did what she can in her limits. Care should have taken with her dubbing. Pavithra Lokesh, Jayaprakash, Prince and other actors did justice to their jobs. Special mention to the actor who did the main antagonist role.


Technical Departments

Coming to technicalities of Ashwathama, major credit should be given to the editor Garry BH. The editing was very crisp and the movie runs with a brisk pace. Manojh Reddy's cinematography is an added asset to the film. He did outstanding work in an action sequence in the first half. Fights were superbly composed by Anbariv. Sricharan Pakala's music is a huge letdown, but the background score by Ghibran is another plus point of Ashwathama. Ira Creations has again shown their mark with their production values. Every single penny is clearly visible on the screen.


Overall Ashwathama has the required elements of a suspense thriller and the performance of lead artists is also decent . Go for it without any inhibitions, and surely this is going to be the first hit after the Sankranthi blockbusters.



Written By: Narender Reddy

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