Banner: RO Creations
Producer: D.Venkatesh, Akrosh, RV.Raju
Director: Sri Kishore
Music: Syed Kamran
Casting: Pooja Ramachandran, Bhupal Raju, Dhanraj, Manoj Nandam, Posani Krishna Murali, Venu Tillu and others
Auto Driver Devi (Manoj Nandam), Hospital Ward Boy Sri (Dhanraj) and Tea Stall Owner Prasad (Bhupal Raju) enjoys life in their own style by boozing during nights after the days hard work.
They come to know that film heroine Leela (Pooja Ramachandran) is shooting in their village and tries to meet her. However they fail to meet her due to heavy security. They see her conversing with top star Pankaj. They decide to get rich and then meet Leela easily.
However Devi and Prasad gets shock when they get a selfie from Sri that Leela passed away in an accident and her body was in the mortuary. This begins their journey into shocking developments in their lives. To find out more about it, enjoy Devi Sri Prasad on silver screen.
Manoj Nandam attracted with his different look and came with good expressions and emotions to leave all surprised. He carried himself well with good body language.
Dhanraj and Bhupal Raju performed according to their roles bringing out good expressions and emoting well.
Pooja Ramachandran is adequate for her role. Posani Krishna Murali, Venu and others performed according to the story.
Syed Kamran attracts with his back ground score. His background score elevated many scenes in the film taking it to another level. Cinematography is good and gave realistic feel to the situation increasing the intensity among movie lovers. Editing could have been little better as there are many drags in the film.
Director Sri Kishore could have added few more twists and turns and done away with the drags to increase the interest level in the viewers. Production values are good.
Manoj Nandam, Bhupal Raju, Dhanraj
Lack of real twists
Lack of commercial elements
Devi Sri Prasad captured the imagination of all with the interesting teaser and trailer. From then on filmmakers are at pains to explain that their film is not a vulgar one. Director Sri Kishore drew inspiration from Hollywood films The Corpse of Anna Fritz and The Dead Girl.
The story starts off at a slow pace but generates interest after Leela's accident. Sri Kishore attracted with his screenplay and direction till the interval bang. In the second half few scenes got repeated thus diluting the interest levels but he attracts once again in the climax as Inspector Selfie Raja unravels the mystery behind the happenings in the night in the mortuary in the Hospital.
The film turns out to be an average one as it lacked humour, commercial and entertaining elements. However people can watch it once to enjoy different style story and presentation.
Devi Sri Prasad attracts with different style presentation.
Gallery, Pre Release Function Stills, Preview Show Stills, Trailer Launch Stills
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