Agnyaathavaasi movie review: Pawan Kalyan’s film Agnyaathavaasi will be the curtain raiser for Telugu film industry in 2018.
Agnyaathavaasi movie review: Pawan Kalyan’s film Agnyaathavaasi will be the curtain raiser for Telugu film industry in 2018. The film which releases today is getting a two day lead over other Sankranthi releases that are set to hit the box office on Friday. This will be no exaggeration to say that Agnyaathavaasi is one of the most awaited films of this year majorly because its a Pawan Kalyan film. He has a certain swag which he effortlessly pulls off in his films that has won him millions of fans worldwide. In his inimitable style this Kalyan starrer promises laughter galore, but Agnyaathavaasi also has some dynamic action-packed scenes. The film helmed by Trivikram Srinivas clearly shows that he knows his audience well. He knows very well what his audience seeks and keeps them gripped with a fitting tale.
Pawan Kalyan agreed to come onboard for Agnyaathavaasi just two minutes after Trivikram began narrating the story over the phone call. So this gives us a little idea that Trivikram knows what people want off him. One thing we can be assured of a Trivikram film, is that there won’t be a dull moment on the big screen. If the trailer is something to go by, the actor-director duo has imbibed a lot of funny elements and enough laugh-out-loud moments in the film. Trivikram chooses to integrate the fun elements with his narration organically rather than portraying them in parallel lines.
The action sequences in Agnyaathavaasi have already caught the attention of the audience. Stunt director Ravi Varma has directed the action sequences of those Pawan Kalyan film. Music has been given by composer Anirudh Ravichander and the film marks his debut in the Telugu film industry. He has delivered an enriching music album, which has already become a hit with the fans. It will be interesting to see how the first film of the year fares and what is the audience’s response to it since this will, to some extent, set the mood for the rest of the year.