Lava Kusa Movie Review
Release date: June 12, 2015
Cineinterval.com Rating: 2.5/5
Director: Jaya Sreesivan
Producer: S Prakash, V Satyamohan Reddy
Music Director : Ram Narayan
Starring: Varun Sandesh, Richa Panai
Young actor Varun Sandesh, is desirous to create a robust comeback once a string of flops. He has pinned a lots of hopes on his latest flick Lava Kusa. Directed by Debutante Jay Sree Jewish sivan, this film has hit the screens these days. Let’s see however it’s.
Prem Kumar (Varun Sandesh), could be a cheerful cab driver. One fine day, he comes across his lookalike Kushal Kumar who is finding out a girl to settle down. Once a number of days, each of them fall crazy with Subba Lakshmi (Richa Panai) and Satya (Ruchi Tripati) respectively.As time passes by, they decide to settle down in life and kidnap little child. After a while, they regret their mistake and decide to return the boy to his family. Then comes a shocker within the kind of very little twist. What’s that twist? And what happens to the child throughout all this chaos? That forms the remainder of the story.
Varun Sandesh gave an honest performance in his dual role. The second half of the show has some interesting scenes. This can be wherever the twist within the plot unravels and invokes good excitement for the audience. The special cameo played by Brahmanandam as ‘Mixi Raja’ and his funny track within the climax gives a new advantage to the film.Apart from Varun Sandesh’s performance, comedian Prabhas Sreenu as ‘Item Raja’ did complete justice to his character. His comic timing and the frolics played by his gang offers a nice boost to the proceedings.
The first half is that the major drawback for this picture. A lots of extra scenes stops the free flow and certain components within the script don’t connect with the audience. Till the interval block, none of the scenes invoke any form of interest for the viewers.The execution of the plot isn’t up to the mark. Although, the basic story line is scripted well, the director fails to create it engaging for the audience. Each the feminine leads within the picture show weren’t given thorough importance. The skin show in an exceedingly number of songs appeared somewhat over.
The picture taking is good in each frame and one or two of songs were given nicely. Production values are impressive because the makers haven’t compromised in any phase. Editing should have been carried out with some further care as several scenes looked extended.Despite having an honest story line, the director doesn’t alter use of it. Also, the predictable narration plucks the energy out of this film. Music given by Ram Narayan is sweet and therefore the lyrics are ok.
On the total, Varun Sandesh has to wait some longer for successful beneath his belt. Although he did his best within the film, a weak narration followed by a predictable screenplay makes it a below par picture. The comedy track and many interesting twists within the last half are the only saving grace for this film which may be watched once it’s shown on Tv.
Cineinterval.com Rating: 2.5/5
Reviewed By Cineinterval Team