Cast:Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel
Banner:Haarika & Hassine Creations
Producer:S. Radha Krishna
Release Dt :Jan, 10 2018
Agnyaathavaasi is all about Abhishikth Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) who leads a secret life because of the rivals of his father Govind Bhargav (Boman Irani). The day arrives after his father gets brutally by his opponents after which the whole world arrives for the successor of AB Group which Govind owns. It is during this time, Govind’s wife Indrani (Kusbhoo) sets a deadline of Abhi’s arrival. The rest of Agnyaathavaasi is all about the arrival of the Prince in his style and how he treats his rivals. Watch Agnyaathavaasi to know about the complete story.
The first half of Agnyaathavaasi looks pale and poorly written. One expects a strong set of episodes from Trivikram along with some entertaining episodes that went missing completely in Agnyaathavaasi. The songs have been placed well and they have been shot well across some beautiful locales. The action episodes have been shot well and the interval episodes make a massive impact. On the whole, the first half of Agnyaathavaasi looks decent.
The second half of the film manages to stand tall for twenty minutes but it dips down again as the film proceeds. The songs look decent and the entertainment keeps the audience engaging. Though the major plot has been left deviated, the focus stands completely on Pawan Kalyan. The rest of the episodes how Abhi retains the business empire have been loosely executed and the climax has been quite simple. On the whole, the second half of Agnyaathavaasi too has been just ok and misses the mark of Trivikram badly.
Pawan Kalyan takes the lead as Abhi and he tops the show with his flawless performance. He tried his best to save Agnyaathavaasi and his screen presence has been exceptional. The actor has been outstanding in the emotional episodes. Boman Irani has been subtle and he steals the show with his performance in the crisp role. Kusbhoo has been extremely emotional and she has been quite expressive throughout. Keerthy Suresh looks fit and has been decent. Anu Emmanuel looks extremely glamorous and is a treat for frontbenchers. All the other actors delivered out their best for the film.
The story of Agnyaathavaasi has been inspired from the French film Largo Winch. The screenplay and the dialogues lack the mark of Trivikram which is a huge disappointment for the film. The music and the background score have been soothing and apt for the film. The cinematography is the major asset for the film along with the lavish production values that make the film look rich in each and every frame. Agnyaathavaasi should be appreciated for the technical aspects and Trivikram’s work for Agnyaathavaasi will be badly criticised.
Agnyaathavaasi Final Word
Though Pawan Kalyan shines in the assigned role, Agnyaathavaasi will not impress all the sections of audience because of the poor work of Trivikram. Grand production and technical values are the assets.