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[Download 100%] – Kalyanam Kamaneeyam Movie Review: Short but not sweet

[Download 100%] – Kalyanam Kamaneeyam Movie Review: Short but not sweet

Movie: Kalayanam Kamaneeyam
Review: 2/5
UV concepts
Form: Santosh Soban, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Satyam Rajesh, Saptagiri, Kedar Shankar, Pavitra Lokesh, Saddam Hussain and others
Music: Sravan Bharadwaj
Cinematography: Karthik Gattamneni
Editor: Satya G
Production design: Ravendar
Created by: UV concepts
Director: Anil Kumar Aala
Date of publication: January 14, 2023

This Sankranthi festival saw four big budget films – “Tegimpu”, “Veera Simha Reddy”, “Waltair Veerayya” and “Vaarasudu” in the cinema. Despite such fierce competition, UV Concepts production house dared to release their little film “Kalyanam Kamaneeyam” believing in its content.

Will their gamble pay off? Checking out.

Shiva (Santosh Soban) marries Shruti (Priya Bhavani Shankar). She works as a software engineer while he is unemployed. Shruti happily takes on the financial burdens of the household until Shiva finds a decent job.

Despite his skills and qualifications, Shiva struggles to find work. At first she sympathizes with him, but she later begins to doubt his abilities and gets angry with him.

But she still tries her hardest and pays a consultancy firm Rs 10 lakh to help him get a job. However, he loses the money, and this creates more problems for him.

Performances by artists:
Santosh Soban, a talented actor, plays the role effortlessly. He is sincere and his demure performance is one of the highlights of the film. Priya Bhavani Bhaskar makes her Tollywood debut in this movie and she does it well.

Saddam Hussain, the hero’s friend, and Kedar Shankar, the hero’s father, both make their presence felt.

Technical excellence:
Karthik Ghattamaneni’s cinematography is a big plus. The music is good and the songs are spicier. Production values ​​are reasonable.

Right intentions
Santos Soban

Lack of strong conflicts
Stock scenes
Short cinematic narration

The relationship story ‘Kalyanam Kamaneeyam’, about two young people, starts promisingly. The story it tries to tell is relatable: that of a young couple whose relationship is being tested. A short film with such an uncomplicated plot would do just fine. A feature film requires more than a simple story and short running time.

Theatergoers expect a film with a compelling story and more developed characters. “Kalyanam Kamaneeyam”, despite having a real situation as its plot point and having good intentions, lacks that.

There’s not much to enjoy outside of the bare bones of the story. The length of the film of 106 minutes is a relief.

As mentioned earlier, the movie starts off strong, with some captivating early scenes involving Priya Bhavani and Santosh. The hero’s inability to find paid work is realistically portrayed.

However, as the movie progresses, it becomes clear that the story is too thin to be explored in depth on the big screen, and we get the impression that it would have been better suited to the OTT platform.

In addition to these issues, the proceedings become tedious, revealing the limitations of the concept and the outdated writing of new director Anil Kumar Aalla.

There is little laughter during the comedic exchanges between Santosh Soban and Saddam Hussian, or between Santosh and his father, Kedar Shankar. But that’s it.

In general, “Kalyanam Kamaneeyam” has a simple plot, relatable characters and a likeable couple, but lacks enthusiasm. These kinds of endeavors are better suited for OTT consumption than theater-going.

What it comes down to: Too thin

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