Asura Movie Review Rating

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Starring : Nara Rohit, Priya Banerjee

Director : Krishna

Producer : Shyam Devabhaktuni

Music Director : Sai Karthik

Nara Rohith is now back with another action entertainer  Asura. Directed by Krishna Vijay, this film has hit the screen today. Let’s see how it is.

Story:-

Dharma Teja(Nara Rohit) is an obligation minded and clever prison guard who dependably submits to the law.One fine day, a feared convict named Charlie(Ravi Varma) is conveyed to the correctional facility to experience his capital punishment.

 

Plus Points :

Dharma Teja(Nara Rohit) is an obligation minded and clever prison guard who dependably submits to the law.One fine day, a feared convict named Charlie(Ravi Varma) is conveyed to the correctional facility to experience his capital punishment.

Contort in the story emerges when Charlie arrangements something huge and chooses to escape his hanging. How does Charlie go about it ? furthermore, Whether Dharma figures out how to prevent him from getting away from his sentence frames whatever remains of the story.

 

Minus Points :

Asura has what’s coming to it of defects here and there. After an extraordinary first half, things back off somewhat amid the starting piece of the second half. Nara Rohit looks a touch robust in specific scenes and needs to take a shot at his looks. Pace of the film drops down somewhat amid the second half.

As said before, courageous woman Priya Banerjee has not a lot to do with the exception of showing up in melodies. The third melody in the first half could have been completely kept away from to make the film significantly more crispier.

Certain rationales turn up gone in the film, and the sentimental track strays the film somewhat. This is not the film for each one of the individuals who expect popcorn excitement.

 

Technical Aspects :

Asura is high on specialized perspectives. Camera work is extraordinary and gives the film a rural look. The areas decided for the penitentiary surroundings and the whole set up looks remarkable. Music is great and floats along with the film. Screenplay is the greatest resource and the fresh run time improves the situation much.

Dialogs require an extraordinary say as they have been composed with a considerable measure of profundity. Altering is not too bad however a tune and certain battles could have been trimmed a bit. Going to the executive Krishna Vijay, he has made a superb showing of adhering to his plot and portraying the film in a holding way. The way he executes this novel script holding under wraps with the business perspectives is noteworthy.

 

Conclusion :

Asura is quite high on technical aspects. Camera work is outstanding and gives the film a rustic look. The locations chosen for the jail surroundings and the entire set up looks outstanding. Music is good and goes with the flow of the film. Screenplay is the biggest asset and the crisp run time helps matters much.
Dialogues need a special mention as they have been written with a lot of depth. Editing is decent but a song and certain fights could have been trimmed a bit. Coming to the director Krishna Vijay, he has done a wonderful job of sticking to his plot and narrating the film in an gripping manner. The way he executes this unique script keeping in check with the commercial aspects is impressive.

Rating : 3.25/5