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Director: Lakshmikanth Chenna
Music: Sekhar Chandra
Casting: Virat Konduru, Simrat Kaur, Rajiv Kanakala, Pruthvi, Sijju, Sivannarayana, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, Padmaja Lanka, Ee Rojullo Sai, Parvathi,Koteswara Rao, Rahul Ramakrishna and others
Anand (Vijay Konduru),son of a train driver Subrahmaniam (Rajiv Kanakala) and Lakshmi (Simrat Kaur), daughter of a guard Sambasiva Rao (Pruthvi) in Araku, grow up since childhood and their liking towards each other blossom into love.
Anand and Lakshmi share fears on turning their love into a successful one and how to convince their parents, who have their own plans and are tough nut to crack. Things get out of everyone’s hands due to shocking turn of events.
To find out those turn of events, watch Parichayam on silver screen.
Vijay Konduru tried his best to attract movie lovers. His hard work is visible on screen. He should however work hard to improve on his expressions and emotions. Most of the scenes looked repetitive. He should also improve upon his looks.
Simrat Kaur got good role to perform.She attracted well with her performance bringing in right kind of expressions and emotions. However at times she looked amateurish.
Pruthvi and Rajiv Kanakala though performed well, at times overacted and became loud. Ee Rojullo Sai’s comedy is OK to some extent. Others performed according to their roles.
Sekhar Chandra’s music though old fashioned is melodious. Couple of songs are attractive and well shot. Some of them acted as speed breakers. His background score however elevated the scenes taking the film to another level.
Pravin Pudi’s editing could have been better throughout the film as there are many drags. Naresh Kancharana with his cinematography captured the natural beauty of Araku and Kakinada port and beautified the film with the scenic presence.
Director Lakshmikanth should have added few more twists and turns and included few entertaining elements for better result. Production values are good.
Simrat Kaur to some extent
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Lack of real twists
Director Lakshmikanth Chenna came with a routine love story and tried to attract movie lovers by highlighting the emotions and feelings of the parents and the young lovers.
Though to some extent he emerged successful, the routine narration with lack of real twists and turns and repetitive scenes and dialogues, with actors too turning out loud had negative effect on the film.
Lakshmikanth’s screenplay and direction did not generate interest on movie lovers. The entire film dragged at a snail’s pace with many scenes missing the logic in the first half. Second half is stuffed with over the board emotional scenes and the forced climax tested the patience of everyone.
Parichayam tests everyone’s patience.
Gallery, Audio Release Function Stills, Working Stills