Shambho Shankara Review

Shambho Shankara Review

Shambho Shankara Review :

Movie: Shambho Shankara

Director : Sreedhar.N

Producer : Y.Ramana Reddy(YCRR) & Suresh Kondeti

Banner : R R Pictures & S K Pictures

Music : Sai Kartheek

Starring : Shankar, Karunya Chowdary, Naginedu, Ajay Goss, Ravi Prakash, Edida Sriram

 Release Date: 29th June 2018

 Rate: 3/5

Shambho Shankara  starring Shakalaka Shankar and Karunya Chowdary, directed by Sreedhar. N has hit the theaters today on 29th June 2018. Let’s see the storyline.

 Story: Shankar (Shakalaka Shankar) always wanted to become cop. One day,  in his village he gets into a fight with panchayat President (Ajay Ghosh). Later, he comes in the contact of Parvathi (Karunya Chowdary) and falls in her lover. But their parents are not ready to accept their love.  In the meantime, Police arrested Shankar because of a complaint. What happens next? Forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

  • Shankar’s performance
  • Dialogues

 Minus Points:

  • Screenplay

Performance:  Shakalaka Shankar plays his role well and the character suits him too.  His performance looks matured and he has a good future with good roles waiting. He impressed the audiences with his dancing styles and action sequences.  Karunya Chowdary looks good and her performance too. Naginedu, Ajay Goss, Ravi Prakash, Edida Sriram  and others performed accordingly.

 Technical: Sreedhar.N has come with a good storyline. The dialogues are good. Certain unnecessary scenes should have been cut to make the film crisper.  The production values are good. The music by Sai Karthik are highlighted.  Background music creates an impact.  The editing by Chota K Prasad is good. The cinematography by Rajasekhar is impressive.

 Analysis: There are few moments in the movie Shakalaka Shankar where you feel that it’s being dragged.  The  Plus points of Shakalaka Shankar are  the performance of Shankar and its dialogues. Sreedhar.N used the talent of Shakalaka Shankar to entertain the audience and became successful.

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