Review: Nakshtram
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Producer: K. Srinivasulu, S. Venugopal, Sajju

Director: Krishna Vamsi

Music: Bheems Ceciroleo, Bharat Madhusudhan,Hari Gowra,Manisharma

Casting: Sundeep Kishan, Regina Cassandra, Sai Dharam Tej, Pragya Jaiswal, Shriya, Prakash Raj, Tanish, Viva Harsha,Raghu Babu, Tulasi,Sivaji Raja,JD.Chakravarthy,Brahmaji and others

Rating: 1.75/5.0


Ramarao (Sundeep Kishan) aspires to join the police department and fulfill the dreams of his father and grand father who were police themselves. However English exam becomes his drawback and he has only his last chance. At the last moment he misses the chance to get into the police force due to shocking developments in his life.

He decides to don the police uniform for one last moment which his girl friend, Jamuna (Regina Cassandra) presents him. This turns his life completely as he wears police uniform having the name of Alexander, for whom Police Commissioner Parasuramaiah (Prakash Raj), who put the entire force in search of him.

To find out the mystery behind Alexander and why entire police force is after him and the connection of Kiran (Pragya Jaiswal) and the Home Minister (JD.Chakravarthy), enjoy Nakshatram on silver screen.


Sundeep Kishan performed well as a youngster who dreams of becoming a police. He attracted in emotional scenes. Regina scorched redhot on silver screen. She got little scope to show her acting talent. Pragya Jaiswal oozed with glamour and surprised with few action scenes. Sai Dharam Tej attracted with his presence.

Prakash Raj as usual slipped in the role of Commissioner. Others like JD.Chakravarthy, Sivaji Raja, Brahmaji, Taneesh performed accordingly.


Editing of Siva Y Prasad could have been better as there are many drags in the film. Cinematography is good. Background score of Manisharma is good. Songs are according to mass tastes and none of them made any impact. Placement of songs affected the tempo of the film.

Krishna Vamsi should have come with some new twists and turns rather than stick to his routine age old narration of the 80s. Production values are good.

Plus Points

Sundeep Kishan's performance

Sai Dharam Tej's screen presence

Pragya Jaiswal's beauty and action

Regina, Shriya's hot glamour treat

Minus Points

Story, Screenplay, Direction

Weak script



Lacking emotions

Lackluster narration


Krishna Vamsi who has been reeling under string of flops tried to show his power with a film on police force. However he failed to live up to the expectations disappointing everyone completely.

Though the makers promoted the film with a powerful tribute to police force, the entire story turned out to be routine and lacked any conviction. Krishna Vamsi tried to attract viewers with emotional scenes but everything looked artificial and the age old narration of the 80s tested the patience right from the start to finish.

He failed to connect chords with the viewers with his crime, love and patriotic scenes. The entire film lacked clarity and after the start, he concentrated on showing heroines glamorously rather than narrate the story.

Film's story starts only after the interval but the slow pace tortured the viewers. Pre climax generates little interest but the climax turns out to be routine, completing the endless torture to the movie lovers.

Final Talk

Nakshatram shows 'stars' to movie lovers.

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