Kausalya Krishnamurthy Review

Kausalya Krishnamurthy Review
  • Movie Name: Kausalya Krishnamurthy
  • Star Cast: Aishwarya Rajesh, Rajendra Prasad
  • Director: Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao
  • Music Director: Dhibu Ninan Thomas
  • Cinematography: I. Andrew
  • Producers: K.A. Vallabha
  • Release Date: 23-08-2019

Kausalya Krishnamurthy is the remake of the Tamil movie Kanaa and the movie marks the Telugu debut of Aishwarya Rajesh. The movie released today in a grand manner. Let’s see the Kausalya Krishnamurthy Review.

Story: Krishna Murthy (Rajendra Prasad) is an illustrious farmer and a happy father. He loves his daughter Kousalya (Aishwarya Rajesh) and Cricket. He is a hardcore fan of Cricket. He celebrates if India wins and cry like a child if India losses. One day, Kausalya sees his father crying and decide to play cricket to make him happy, from that day, Kausalya develops liking and passion for cricket as no girl in her village is interested to play cricket, she gets to practice and play in her cousin’s cricket team, making her the only girl in the boy’s team. On the other hand, Krishnamurthy struggling to pay his is farming loans. As Kousalya crosses hurdles and gets into the squad for an Indian cricket team. How she fulfills her desire is the rest of the story.

Performances: Aishwarya Rajesh is the perfect choice for title role she is an impressive performance with her performance and she essayed the same role in the original Tamil version. Senior actor Rajendra Prasad as usual given his best in Kausalya’s father role. Their emotional bonding between father and daughter will make you emotional. Siva Karthikeyan is good in his Powerful cameo role. Jhansi, Vennela Kishore, Karthik Raju, Mahesh, Ravi Prakash, and others are adequate.

Analysis: The movie story is very emotional. Dialogues are heart touching and screenplay makes us emotional. The movie Director Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao has made a faithful remake of Kanaa, Even Though it looks like an Original Telugu film. It’s a heart-touching emotional film with a contemporary message about farmers. Cinematography by Andrew has captured the cricket matches well Dhibu Ninan Thomas scored music and the songs are decent and the background score is in perfect sync with the film. The movie editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is crisp. The film Production values are Grand.

Plus Points:                                                             

  • Rajendra Prasad and Aishwarya Rajesh Performance
  • Emotional Scenes
  • BGM and Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Slow First Half
  • Unwanted Clichés

Verdict: Overall, Kousalya Krishnamurthy makes a very impressive watch. The movie will not disappoint the audience who support good films and must watch go watch and enjoy this weekend.