Krishnashtami Movie Review

Feb 19, 2016

Andhrapulse brings you Sunil's Krishnashtami Movie Review this friday. Vasu Varma of Josh fame has directed this film. Nikki Galrani, Dimple Chopade are the leading ladies. The film is produced by Dil Raju under Sri Venkateswara Creations. Dinesh provides tunes to this family entertainer.

Read Krishnashtami Movie Review below


Krishna Vara Prasad (Sunil) will settle in USA. He has been in USA for 18 long years and decides to come back to India. Krishna who expresses to come back to motherland informs his family on the same.

His family opposes Krishna to come back to India where Krishna also not agrees to thier proposal and come to his home place. On his Journey, Pallavi (Nikki Galrani) will introduce herself to Krishna and falls for her in love at first sight.

Soon he lands to India, unknown gang attacks Krishna where Ajay Kumar (Ajay) will save him. Why did Krishna is been attacked? Who is Ajay Kumar? Will Krishna comes to know the reason behind the attack is rest of the story.


Sunil Varma who took brief gap after his earlier film Bhimavaram Bullodu comes with his extraordinary performance. His timing in emotional scenes is perfect. Sunil's dances and rugged look makes appeal to the role.

Nikki Galrani looks glamorous and impressed with her well timed acting skills.

Dimple Chopade role gets masala menu to the audience with her bubbly role.

Other roles donned by Asuthosh Rana, Mukesh Rishi looks terrific.

Technical Department:

Techincally, the film's major assets are Back Ground Score and Cinematography. Music Director Dinesh has given extraordinary BGM and could have given much energetic music keeping an eye on Sunil's energy.

Production Values by Dil Raju's banner is rich.

Director Vasu Varma comes with routine screenplay with dragging scenes in both halves.

Editing is neat.


Sunil starrer Krishnashtami is all about family drama and action. The film goes on decent note with much anticipation in the roles donned by respective people through out the film. Even though, Vasu Varma puts on huge cast, the director has completely failed in narrating the screenplay with lack of interesting twists.

The film's first half goes on decent note and the film maintained twist with good entertainment. Songs are not situational and one individual will definitely face the heat. Interesting Pre-Interval block is good.

The second half of the film is completely neglected with no interesting elements. The film goes on boring note with most of dragging scenes. Apart from Climax, the second half has nothing to do with.

Final Verdict:

Routine Drama

RATING: 2.75/5