Cast and crew :
Starring :Taraka Ratna, Orata Prashanth, Avantika
Director : PLK Reddy
Producers : Nallamopu Subba Reddy
Music Director : Vandemataram Srinivas
Cinematographer : S. Murali Mohan Reddy
Another small budget movie Pranam Khareedu has hit the screens today. Let’s see about the review.
Coming to the story, a cab driver named Ram(Prashanth) kidnaps a high-profile doctor and his mediator all of a sudden. As the film proceeds further, the plot reveals that Ram has a strong reason behind kidnapping them. Who is Ram and what is his actual identity? What is the strong reason behind his kidnaps? To know this, you have to watch the film in theaters near you.
Coming to performances, hero Prashanth is decent and tries his best to perform in crucial episodes. His acting in an emotional scene in the flashback is very good. Heroine Avantika gets a purposeful and strong role in which she acted in an impressive manner. A crucial hospital scene in the latter half is executed effectively.
Taraka Ratna as a cop is okay in his role and so is the case with Shafi, who acted as Taraka Ratna’s assistant. All the actors in supporting roles did their job decently.
Technical Aspects :
Mainly we should appreciate Director PLK Reddy’s story. He succeeded in addressing the organ mafia in the medical industry. If he would have focused more on writing things would have worked well. Editing is not up to mark as a few unwanted scenes in the first half of the film can be trimmed easily. The cinematography is okay considering the budget. Music is disappointing as none of the songs get registered. But the background score for crucial scenes is nice. Production values for this low budget film.
On the whole, Pranam Khareedu is a revenge drama which exposes the dark side in the medical industry. The flashback episode in the film is the backbone and ends on an emotional note. So go and watch this movie on this weekend.