Agnyaathavaasi Movie Review

January 10, 2018 at 12:26 pm
Agnyaathavaasi Movie Review

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan is back with his most awaited and prestigious project which has been titled Agnyaathavaasi. Trivikram Srinivas is the director and Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel are the heroines. Bankrolled by Haarika and Hassine Creations, Anirudh composed the tunes and the background score. Agnyaathavaasi is releasing across the world today and here is the complete review of the film:

Agnyaathavaasi is the story of Vinda (Boman Irani) who establishes AB Group which turns out to be a huge money spinner. Considering his rivals, his son Abhishikth Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) gets raised in Assam far from the world. Things change completely after Vinda gets killed brutally and his wife Indrani (Kusbhoo) turns the answer for many questions. It is during this time, she introduces Abhi to the world as Vinda’s successor and the rest of Agnyaathavaasi is all about how he brings out the real culprits and leads the business empire of Vinda. Watch Agnyaathavaasi to know about the rest.

The first half of Agnyaathavaasi has been decent and is packed with action, emotions and entertainment. Pawan occupies a place in each and every frame in the film and his performance has been top notch. The songs have been shot across some beautiful locales and have been impressive. The action episodes have been extremely convincing and the interval episodes strike hard. On the whole the first half of Agnyaathavaasi sounds decent with lot to come during the second half.

The second half of Agnyaathavaasi is a huge let down and it fails to impress the audience. Though the characterizations have been penned well, Trivikram misses the major logics which make the film fall flat. The action episodes have been canned well however the film dips down as time goes on. Agnyaathavaasi picks up back during the pre-climax episodes but a lean and dragged climax leaves the audience disappointed. On the whole, the second half of Agnyaathavaasi misses the mark of Trivikram and is a huge misfire.

Pawan Kalyan tops the show with his outstanding efforts and performance throughout. He has been exceptional in the action episodes and his screen presence has been stunning. Keerthy Suresh looks beautiful on screen while Anu Emmanuel has been glamorous throughout. Kusbhoo plays a pivotal role and she has been thoroughly expressive throughout. Boman Irani takes the lead and he dominates the episodes with his performances. Rao Ramesh and Murali Sharma have been extremely perfect and all the other actors have been apt.

The story of Agnyaathavaasi has been inspired from the French film Largo Winch. The screenplay and the dialogues hardly make an impact and Trivikram fails badly with his pen. The music and the background score have been decent and the cinematography has been top notch. The production values look lavish and Trivikram fails badly in all the available ways in transforming Agnyaathavaasi into an out and out commercial flick.

Agnyaathavaasi is a huge disappoint from Trivikram as his screenplay and dialogues hardly make any impact. Pawan tops the show with his energetic performance which alone can’t save the film.
Rating 2 /5

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