Cast:Nara Rohit, Naga Shourya, Regina Cassandra
Banner:Varahi Chalana Chitram
Release Dt :Sep, 09 2016
Jyo Achyutananda Story
Jyo Achyutananda is the story of two brothers Achyut (Nara Rohit) and Anand (Naga Shourya) who get impressed for a girl named Jyosthna (Regina) who happens to be their tenant. The brothers fall for her and they try hard to impress her. It is during this time, Jyosthna moves to USA for her further studies. The brothers get married and lead a stable life after which Jyosthna makes her comeback. Watch the film to know rest of the story.
Jyo Achyutananda Analysis
The first half half of Jyo Achyutananda has been interesting with impressive content and innovative plot. The emotions have been well carried through the lead actors and the entertainment will sure impress you. The funny one-liners are the major highlights of the movie and the songs of Jyo Achyutananda have been shot well. The interval episodes make the film interesting and on the whole the first half of Jyo Achyutananda will make your day.
The second half of the movie too maintains the momentum during the first half an hour. However the film dips down gradually because of the dragged episodes and the unwanted scenes in Jyo Achyutananda. The songs have been decent and the pre-climax episodes turn out interesting. The climax makes a strong back making the film end up impressive.
Nara Rohit looks stout enough throughout the movie however he has been outstanding throughout. He excelled in the emotional scenes and Naga Shourya has been the major asset for the film. He has been impressive throughout the film. Regina Cassandra is an asset for the film and she has been the perfect choice for the role of Jyosthna. She excelled with her stupendous performance and her expressions have been top notch. All the other actors have been decent with their performances.
The story of Jyo Achyutananda has been decent and completely never told. The screenplay and the dialogues have been ok but the screenplay should have been better. The music has been decent and soothing, the background score elevated the film well. The production values have been grand enough and Srinivas Avasarala comes out with an engaging film though it dips down at parts.
Jyo Achyutananda Final Word
The movie has impressing plot and worth watching.
BY M. DIVYA SRI