Movie: Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha
Cast: Kiran Abbavaram, Kashmira, Murali Sharma
Director: Murali Kishor Abburu
Produced By: Bunny Vas
Release Date: 18th February 2023
Kiran Abbavaram and Kashmira starrer Vinaro Bhagyamu Vishnu Katha has been released today amidst positive industry reports and good word from its premieres. Allu Arjun and Bunny Vas, the makers of this film are mighty pleased with the output, and Kiran Abbavaram has also expressed solid confidence in the project. Let’s see whether the movie actually managed to stand on its hype.
Story: Set in Tirupati, Vishnu (Kiran Abbavaram) is a do-gooder who helps all. Darshana (Kashmira) gets in touch with Vishnu who is her number- neighbour and friendship blossoms between the two. However, Darshana also finds herself in trouble because of her other number-neighbor Sharma (Murali Sharma). How are all these phone numbers connected and what does Vishnu do from here is what the movie follows
Performances: Kiran Abbavaram does a good job playing the boy next door. His subtle acting and mannerisms have improved and looks natural throughout the movie. Kashmira Pardeshi is cute and did a good job as a debutant. She has a meaty role and is actually the reason the story moves ahead. Murali Sharma is the pleasant surprise for the movie and the senior actor has showcased why he’s such an in-demand actor across industries. He adds great fun, suspense, and drama to the proceedings and is the biggest asset to the film.
Analysis: The multi-genre movie Vinaro Bhagyam Vishnu Kath is written and directed by Murali Kishore Abburu. The filmmaker does a good job of addressing the film’s many subplots and levels. The dialogues are impactfully written and add great value to the film. A few elevation sections are skillfully carried out. The twists and character progressions could have been portrayed better and that would have definitely enhanced the viewing experience. Overall it’s a decent viewing experience with a certain novelty.
- Plot and Narration
- Few comedy scenes
- First half narration
- Predictable sequence
- Silly screenplay in parts
Vinaro Bhagyam Vishnu Katha is a passable entertainer that is elevated because of certain interesting plot points and Murali Sharma and Kiran Abbavarm’s presence. The film is a unique attempt and definitely carried great potential and would have been more engaging had the writers looked for a fresh approach in the second half rather than going down the cliched route.