Tungabhadra Review


Release date : Mar 20, 2015
Rating : 2.5 /5
Director : Srinivas Gogineni
Producer : Rajini Korrapati
Music Director : Hari Gaura
Starring : Adith Arun, Dimple Chopde


Tungabhadra is around a political fight in a town called Tatikonda. Ramaraju (Satya Raj) and his adversary (Kota Srinivasa Rao) continue battling for the strength in their town. Srinu (Adith) is the thug of Ramaraju who goes gaga for his expert’s girl Gauri (Dimple). Srinu doesn’t express his affection to Gauri as he comes think about the confidence and conviction of Ramaraju in him. At the same time Ramaraju in the long run comes to think about Srinu and Gauri. What happens to the adoration pair structures rest of the story.

Technical Aspects:

Executive Srinivas Gogineni’s intensions are great. He attempted to give an in number message through this film yet didn’t get his portrayal right. There are numerous remaining details in the film alongside downsides like moderate pace and uninteresting screenplay. Srinivas gets the fundamentals right however fizzled in executing the plot in a connecting with design. Creation qualities are great. Music could have been something more. Cinematography is okay. Generation plan needs a notice. The areas picked for the film are great. Altering is fine, yet additionally cleaving would have worked because of the loosened pace.


Tungabhadra film is made with respectable expectations. In any case the film falls flat on keeping the gathering of people stuck to the screens. Aside from few reasonable wrongdoing scenes here and there, Tungabhadra doesn’t urge an entirety. We need to hail the producers for thinking of something helpful for the general public, however they ought to have taken think about the components that engross regular filmgoers. Sentimental scenes between the lead pair didn’t work at all because of poor composition. Executive’s endeavor to sprinkle drama boomeranged with Saptagiri maddening in the concise part he has. Music is really fair and there are unreasonably numerous melodies to interfere with the portrayal. Film gets fascinating just towards the last demonstration and everything closures in a rush without fitting development. Despite the fact that Tungabhadra is a commendable endeavor, it couldn’t hold up as a film. Sai Korrapati’s past movies were high on diversion, yet this is excessively genuine stuff for the normal group of onlookers. Better screenplay and tight portrayal may have improved this a film. Starting now Tungabhadra will wind up as a failure for greater part of group of onlookers.