Banner: Bhavya Creations
Producer: V Anand Prasad
Director: Sriram Aditya
Music: Mani Sharma
Casting: Nara Rohit, Sundeep Kishan, Aadi, Sudheer Babu,Rajendra Prasad, Suman, Tanikella Bharani, Satyam Rajesh, Raghu Karumanchi, Kyra Dutt, Ananya Soni, Chandini, Jenny, Indraja, Hema and others
CI Ranjith Kumar (Nara Rohit) with the pressure from the top brass starts investigating the mysterious robbery of an expensive Rolls Royce car Shamantakamani.
He gets shock when his interrogation of car owner Krishna (Sudheer Babu), car mechanic Mahesh Babu (Rajendra Prasad), youngsters Kotipalli Siva (Sundeep Kishan) and Karthik (Aadi) lead him nowhere.
To find out more about the disappearance of Shamantakamani, watch the film on silver screen.
Nara Rohit attracted with his mannerisms and expressions as the police officer. Sudheer Babu surprises all showing intense emotions as a youngster who loves his mother dearly. Sundeep Kishan attracted with his mass looks. Aadi is ok as a frustrated lover.
Rajendra Prasad attracted with his comedy and Suman,Tanikella Bharani and others performed accordingly. Indraja and Chandini played their roles according to the script.
Mani Sharma's music is just average but he attracted with his background score which elevated the scenes. Pravin Pudi's editing is crispy but he should have taken care of the drags in the first half.
Sameer Reddy's cinematography captured the best locations and used the best angles. Production values are good.
Nara Rohit, Aadi, Sudheer Babu, Sundeep Kishan
Adurs Raghu, Rajendra Prasad's comedy
Sriram Aditya who attracted with his debut film Bhale Manchi Roju,on his second attempt dared to be different to direct four young heroes Nara Rohit, Sundeep Kishan,Aadi,Sudheer Babu. Sriram straight away starts narrating coming to the point of the robbery. However he loses plot then on as he spends more time in introducing various characters which affected the first half.
However once it is done, he gives wholesome entertainment in the second half maintaining the twist and the secret till the end. He also attracts with the climax. Had he taken care of the first half, the film result would have been even better. He could have come with the tighter script and screenplay. However movie lovers will enjoy the hilarious scenes involving all the actors.
Shamantakamani surprises with its suspense.
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Tags: Annanya Soni, Tollywood, Shamantakamani