Aakasa Ramanna Movie Review
Akasharamanna actually means a person who writes anonymous letters. But, the film Akasharamanna has nothing to do with the meaning of its title. It is film that is conceived well but poorly delivered.
Teja (Rajeev Kanakala) is a conman and seduces Isha (Gouri Pandit) to elope with him. Isha wants rupees ten lakhs so that she can happily settle with Teja. She contacts her ex-boy friends Raana (Allari Naresh) and Jai (Shivaji) and asks them to give rupees five lakh each. Jai steals the money from a mall and hands it to Isha. Meanwhile Raana also wants to steal rupees five lakh from the same mall where his friend Tara (Meera Jasmine). Then a drunken Teja is involved in a fatal accident. Police officer Imtiaz Ali (Rao Ramesh) enters the scene. What happens from then on is the rest of the story.
Rajeev Kanakala, Allari Naresh and Shivaji just go through their motions. Rao Ramesh is convincing as the cop. Gouri Pandit and Meera Jasmine appear to be just glamour quotient. All others are just so so.
It is a good plot but bad screenplay mars the narration. A thriller or crime-buster film should have sufficient quantum of suspense without weakening the narration pace. Akasharamanna lacks both presentation and skillful narration. The characters are poorly etched and the incidents concocted and thus the film loses credibility. Technically, the film is average.
To make a film only good intentions and resources are not enough. A good film maker must have very good story telling techniques.
Now that the winter is gone and the barometer already shooting up and if you want to sit for a couple of hours in an air-conditioned theatre, then you can buy a ticket for Akasharamanna.
The Cast and Crew
Allari Naresh,Shivaji, Rajiv Kanakala, Meera Jasmine, Gauri Pandit and Others
Music Director : Chakri
Producer : Manyam Ramesh
Director : Ashok
2 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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