Jyo Achyuthananda Movie Review And Rating
Achyuth (Nara Rohith) and Anand (Naga Shaurya) are brothers who love each other. Things start changing between them when Jyotsna (Regina Cassandra) gets into their lives. Both Achyth and Anand falls for Jyotsna but she dont love them. She says that she was already in a relationship with some other guy. With this, disappoining brothers takes revenge by burning her Passport. Jyotsna leaves the country for higher studies with hatred on brothers. After four years, she returns to India when both Anand and Achyuth are married and settled. What changes takes place with the arrival of Jyotsna forms the rest of the story.
Naga Shaurya impresses big time with his performance in the film. This is one of his career best performances. Nara Rohith after a long time comes up with an impressive role. Both Naga Shaurya and Nara Rohith gives their best as brothers. The relationship between the both has been presented well. Regina Cassandra is good looking and did justice for her role. The role offers a lot of restrictions for her but she put a decent performance and impressed everyone. She is very good through out the film. The other actors in the film are good and did their best in the limited roles by making their presence felt.
The music of the film scored by Kalyana Ramana is impressive and the background score also elevated the film. The editing by Kiran Ganti is okay. The cinematography of the film is handled by Venkat C Dileep. He captured everything very well in the film. The visuals are good. The technical team performed very well in the film.
The film has a lot of good things to deal about. Jyoachyuthananda is an interesting film which is going to make everyone invovlved and engaged with the film. Jyoachyuthananda comes as a package of emotions. The brotherhood and the innocence of the characters was shown pretty well in the film. The way the characters were introduced has been impressive. The first half is completely entertaining. There are lot more scenes in the first half which make us feel wow and nostaligic.
The second half of the film has nothing to tell about as everything turned predictable, The makers did their best to keep the momentum flow. The second half appears to be slow. The last half an hour of the film looks boring. There are few unnecessary scenes in the second half which disturbed the flow. The climax has been shot well and the performance of both Nara Rohith and Naga Shaurya is impressive in the second half. The director penned interesting dialogues in the film which generated few interesting laughs. With an interesting story, the director has added his mark screenplay and dialogues to entertain the audiences in a pleasant manner. The first half is completely interesting and entertaining while the second half is a bit disappointing. On a whole, the film is watchable and enjoyable.
- Lead Actors Performances
- Slow In Second Half
Pleasant and Entertaining!