Srisailam is a meaningless film with contrived situations and insipid narration.
Srisailam (Srihari) is shown as a terrorist who has been given the task of killing Krishnam Raju, who is the principal of a college. Srihari joins the college staff as a bus driver. He indulges in all sorts of queer things in the name of desa bhakthi.
Then there is a flashback where Nagababu pops up. Srihari is revealed as an Indian Army officer, who is hell bent on wiping out the terrorists.
The story then meanders to a yawning climax.
Srihari tries his best to show some acting but his character has been so loosely delineated that he couldn’t do much. All other artistes in the film just go through the motions.
A poor story, lifeless characters, incohesive screenplay, listless dialogues, meaningless songs and mindless violence are the benchmarks of this film. The less said about the technical and production values, the better.
Srisailam is colossal waste of celluloid resources and the audience time.
The Cast and Crew
Srihari, Krishnamraju, Sajitha, Suhani, Ram Kiran, Yashpal Sharma, Dharmavarapu, Venu Madhav, Raksha, Chitram Sreenu, Naga Babu and others
Art: KV Ramana
Cinematography: A. Vijaykumar
Editing: Marthand K. Venkatesh
Music: Sri Sai
Story, Screenplay & Direction: KS Nageswara Rao
Producer:Tadivaka Ramesh Naidu.
Banner: Image Films
1 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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