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Pawan Kalyan Agnayaathavaasi Telugu Movie Review Ratings Public Talk

Pawan Kalyan Agnayaathavaasi Telugu Movie Review Ratings Public Talk

Agnayaathavaasi Review:

Agnyaathavaasi is a Indian telugu language film, operated by Trivikram Srinivas and supported by Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel, Kushboo, Aadhi Pinisetty and Boman irani. The film began its major photography work on April 3, 2017. Bollywood actor Parag Tyagi debuted in this film as a legend. The film is under the heading of PSPK25, and its name appears on November 27, 2017.
Pawan Kalyan Agnayaathavaasi Telugu Movie Review Ratings Public Talk
Pawan Kalyan Agnayaathavaasi Telugu Movie Review Ratings Public Talk

Pawan Kalyan Agnayaathavaasi Casting:

Directed by     Trivikram Srinivas
Produced by     S. Radha Krishna
Written by     Trivikram Srinivas

    Pawan Kalyan
    Keerthy Suresh
    Anu Emmanuel

Music by     Anirudh Ravichander

Cinematography     V. Manikandan

Edited by     Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Production company
    Haarika & Hassine Creations

Release date
    10 January 2018

Country     India

Language     Telugu

Agnayaathavaasi Review:

Story: A billionaire Govinda Bhargav (Boman Irani) and his son are killed by an enemy of their company for an inheritance. What his enemies do not know is the heir to whom no one knows.
Review: Abhishekta Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) is a "exiled princess" who has been stinging material life. Govinda Bhargav / Vinda's first son (Boman Iran) and his stepmother, Indrani (Kushboo), are forced to hide when their father and younger brother are killed with cold blood. Now he must prove his heir to himself, in order to stop his father and his brother's murder, and to stop falling into the wrong hands.

'Agnyaathavaasi', Aadhi Pinisetty like Seetharam, Tanikella Bharani, Uncle's Uncle Tanikella Bharani, Vennela Kishore as Balasubramanyam, Murli Sharma like Sharma and Rao Ramesh like Varma. The film is also used for all means and purposes such as Kushboo, Vindan's second wife and Abhin's mother, Indrani. But this is by the show of Pawan Kalya, and almost every frame of the movie 'Powerstar'.

The character of Pawan Kalyan promises a story that can be evident. Though the 'Largo Winch' inspiration is clear, Trivikram tries to make the story not his own, but to try to turn it into a storyteller. While trying to prove his legitimacy, it would have been possible to expect the story to be intensely narrated and rapid pace with a story of a heir. But Agnyaathavaasi is something else.

Abihin's character is presented as a deadly machine as long as it is done for more goodness, not committing any offense. He is the hero of this fairy tale, and he must be a hero. His arch nemesis Seetharam (Aadhi) is also a killing machine for Abhi's yin. He has no inclination to kill him unless he serves his interests. However, Aadhi does not have a chance to characterize, although he does a good job.

It is also valid for almost all characters in the same movie. Except for Abhi and Indrani, none of them, especially Sukumari (Keerthy Suresh) and Suryakantham (Anu Emmanuel), are on the podium at Abihin's film. There is no time for the story to be dishonest to any of the characters, but for some reason, many of them have no end, Koteswara Rao (Raghu Babu) or ACP (Sampat Raj). The development of the character of the late Vinda is even frustrated but effective through flashback. The spectacular cast performs incredible roles in their role of display times. There is no time for story or song, but the beautiful pieces are still touching the story, even with stitching.

Despite all the pomp and show, the 'Agnyaathavaasi' was still seriously accepted or could have been made with the same old Trivikram-Pawan Kalyan touch. But in the film there is no mood, and this is a title card that only one of them is ruled and written by Trivikram. Pawan Kalyan uses the role of the ordinary, even though he is somewhat different in body language and expression.

However, not all missing, 'Agnyaathavaasi' has yet 'Powerstar' as the lead, so the ride is not all unenjoyable. Do not expect the movie to be full of ordinary PSPK-Trivikram style punch dialogs, though you will be disappointed! The film has several humorous scenes and fighting sequences. But just follow this story and it do not be disappointed!

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