Kshanam Telugu review
PVP Cinemas' Kshanam had a grand release on today. Adivi Sesh, Adah Sharma and Anasuya have played key roles in this film directed by a new comer Ravikanth. Adivi Sesha is pinning lot of hopes on this film as it is a big day in his career. Let’s see how the movie turned up finally.
Kshanam is a thriller which revolves around the missing of a little girl. The film starts with the introduction of Rishi (Adivi Sesh) who works as an investment banker in the USA. He comes in search of a missing girl who happens to be his Ex- Girlfriend (Adah Sharma) Shweta’s daughter. What happened to the girl and where did she go is all about the movie.
Debutant director Ravikanth has carried out the suspense throughout the film and made audience sit on edge of the seat.
Racy narration, suspense factor and terrific performances
Anasuya’s acting looks matured and lively.
Screenplay is the main assert
Background and Music scored by Sai Charan Pakala is really one of the highlights
Lack of commercial elements
The suspense is dragged a little bit during the second half.
A song during the first half could have been edited out to make things even racy.
Adavi Sesh has proved himself as a matured actor once again with this film. He impresses with his emotional performance and amazing screen presence. Satyam Rajesh has played his part well as frustrated cop. music, locations, cinematography, editing and star cast performance are the real highlights of the movie. The way all the twists and turns are narrated in a racy manner is what we should watch in Kshanam.
Racy suspense drama