Cast and crew :
Starring : Sumanth, Eesha Rebba
Director : Santhossh Jagarlapudi
Prducers : Dheeraj Boggaram and Beeram Sudhakar Reddy
Music : Sekhar Chandra
Release Date : Dec 7th 2018
Story begans with the voice over of Hero Rana with King’s flah back. Karthik ( Sumanth ) is an atheist , but by profession does research on ancient temples. Karthik visits an ancient subramanya swami temple located in a village named ‘Subramanyapuram’. By the time Karthik enters, the villagers are traumatized with a series of suicides. Police, village head and villagers believe it is God’s wrath on them for their wrong deeds, and take no action. Karthik suspects some foul play and starts investigating the suicides.who killing the villagers ? What is role of Esha ? Did Hero saved Villagers ? For all those answers we have to go and watch it in theaters.
After Decent performance in Malli Rava movie Sumanth has Selected same decent performance oriented movie. Sumanth is fine as Karthik , however no strong emotional scenes to showcase his acting. But in few Scenes he showed his acting power once again .Eesha Rebba as village girl got a half-baked role with no significance. This film doesn’t help her career any way. Senior actor Suresh played Narendra varma charector very well. Racha Ravi and others played upto their mark.rest of the Charectors played well.
Technical Aspects :
Coming to Director Santhossh Jagarlapudi he selected a low budget movie with bit of interesting scenes. Director failed in keeping the audience in suspension mode.he penned the story very nice on papers but failed to shown on screen. I think he put entire his work on Second half which will thrills audience little bit more comparing to first half.music of Sekhar Chandra has not much scope but BGM played by him thrills audience in few scenes.production value of this low budget film was nice.
Subrahmanyapuram is one of those films where the excitement on paper fails to translate on big screen. There are parts that are alright and suspenseful but as a whole.but with the second half director created some magic to engage audience in theater till the end.