Kerintha Movie Review

by Aravind
Kerintha Movie Review
  • Rating:
    2.75 out of 5 (2.75/5)
  • Director:
    Sai Kiran Adavi
  • Cast:
    Sumanth Ashwin, Lavanya, Tejaswi Madivada
  • Banner:
    Sri Venkateswara Creations
  • Producer:
    Dil Raju
  • Music:
    Mickey J Meyer
  • Release Dt :
    Jun, 12 2015


Jai, Siddarth, Nooka Raju, Bhavana and Priya are the students who come from different places and develop a good friendship in a college. Everything goes well till the friendship is live and pure. But the differences starts arising when, the love seed is planted between them, which disturbs their personal lives a lot.

Jai is very much impressed with Manaswini and she will be his love interest. But the former fails to impress the girl. How come all the friends overcame the problems and wins their love, forms the rest of the story.


Kerintha Movie Review

There are no unique scenes in the first half. But still the movie goes well without many complaints as it would resemble past hit films in Telugu like Happy days, Life is beautiful and so on. A bit of comedy and college scenes portion, fills the first half. 

It is the second half which starts on an interesting note. The emotional episodes steal the major part. Having a tag of youthful entertainer, too much of emotions dip the movie. Most of the scenes are predictable and climax, which is supposed to be the strength of youthful entertainers,  is a disappointing material in Kerintha.


Sumanth Ashwin is proved to be the energetic star like Ram in Tollywood. He does not let down those expectations again. His energy adds a different shade and makes the film to have a glimpse of a star image.
Sridivya has been decent as Manashwini and it is Tejaswini, who can grab a special attention among the public. Other characters like Siddarth, Nooka Raju, Bhavana have made an impressive debut and they lived up to the expectations. All the other actors are found satisfactory.
The story has nothing new to say and even the director failed to narrate properly, the point he took. As said, the most of the film is predictable. Music appears fresh and gives a relief to the audience in the theatre as the songs have taken special interest to shoot.

The movie has lots of resemblances to many youthful entertainers and the film has been completely predictable. The music has been melodious and the songs of the movie have been shot well. The cinematography makes the film feel fresh and the editing has not been smooth. The production values have been impressive, but Saikiran Adivi failed to impress the audience.

Final Word

Kerintha can attract that type of audience, who were not addicted or aware of any youthful entertainers in the past.
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