Cast:Sundeep Kishan, Sai Dharam Tej, Regina Cassandra, Pragya Jaiswal, Prakash Raj, Tanish
Banner:Sri Chakra Media, Butta Bomma Creations, Win Win Win Creations
Producer:K. Srinivasulu, S. Venugopal, Sajju
Music:Bheems Ceciroleo, Bharat Madhusudhan, Hari Gowra, Manisharma
Release Dt :Aug, 04 2017
Nakshatram is the story of Rama Rao (Sundeep Kishan) who comes from a family of cops. His ultimate dream is to become a cop and during this process he gets into a dispute with Rahul (Tanish) who is the son of a Police Commissioner. It is during this time, Rama Rao’dreams get vanished after Rahul closes all the ways of Rama Rao turning cop. The rest of the movie is what happens next and Rama Rao’s relation with Alexander (Sai Dharamtej). Watch Nakshatram to know about the rest.
The first half of Nakshatram is utterly wasted without revealing about the film’s plot,. The director managed to pass most of the time with Regina’s glamour rather than revealing about the film. Sundeep Kishan tops the show with his packed performance and Regina impresses with her glamour. The interval episodes have been shot well and on the whole the first half of Nakshatram has been just ok.
The second half of Nakshatram reveals the story but the outdated narration of Krishna Vamsi slams the film completely and falls flat. Sai Dharamtej’s role raises the heat and his character has been well designed. However the unwanted episodes bring the heat down again. The climax episodes have been shot well and the movie ends up on a decent note.
Sundeep Kishan is the major highlight of the movie and Nakshatram is his best work till date. Sai Dharamtej tops the show with his flawless performance in the short role as a cop. Regina Cassandra is a treat for the audience and she looks sizzling hot on screen. Pragya Jaiswal shocks everyone in her glamorous look and Tanish has been impressive. All the other actors delivered out their best.
The story of Nakshatram has nothing much interesting to reveal. The screenplay and the narration looks outdated and they make no impact. The songs lack interesting tunes however Manisharma’s background score sounds decent. The cinematography is an asset for the film and Nakshatram has been shot in a subtle colour as per the film’s mood. The production values have been grand. Krishna Vamsi has been struck with the narration during the 1990s and he fails to make an impact with the crucial Nakshatram.
Nakshatram Final Word
Sundeep Kishan and Sai Dharamtej take Nakshatram on their shoulders but the film sinks down because of the poor narration and a predictable plot.