After directing the Venkatesh-starrer remake of “Asuran” called “Narappa,” Srikanth is now come up with new movie titled “Pedda Kapu,” which introduces actor Virat Karrna as the male lead. Film teaser and trailer creates good buzz in industry and released today. lets go and check out Pedda Kapu -1 Movie Review.
|Pedda Kapu -1 Rating||3/5|
|Cast||Virat Karrna, Pragathi Shrivatsav, Rao Ramesh, Naga Babu, Anasuya|
|Producer||Miryala Ravinder Reddy|
|Music||Mickey J Meyer|
Story: The story is set in a fictional village near Rajahmundry in the 1980s. The village is ruled by caste politics and family feuds. The main character, Peddha Kapu, fights against oppression in the village, particularly from two powerful figures named Satya Rangayya and Bhaiyanna.
However, everything changes when NT Ramarao starts a political party in 1982. The story revolves around how Peddha Kapu takes on Satya Rangayya and Bhaiyanna to settle the scores. Akkamma, another character, is also involved, but her role is not described.
Technicalities: Pedda Kapu is a visually impressive film with ambitious production design and scale, featuring large canvases and crowds. However, the writing quality is lacking. The director relies heavily on cinematography and background music, but the songs are a failure. Mickey J Meyer, the composer, is not a suitable choice for this genre. Additionally, the slow-paced storytelling is another weakness of the film.
Verdict: Srikanth addala presented a political drama in A village during the entry of ntr garu. The film Starts with a brilliant fight scene which gets Lots of whistles and hoots. Then it derails bit Till pre interval. The unexpected pre interval 3 Sequence, fights, climax, addala meaningful & Powerful dialogues are added assets to this film.
The raw emotions, dialogues are fire. Srikanth Addala is a surprise for everyone, debutant a Virat karna done good job in action, emotions and all other portions. Anasuya bharadwaj, rao ramesh and others got meaty roles where every role has shined.
Peddha Kapu 1 is a bold film that delves into power politics and oppression. Despite being a debut film, Virat Karrna gives an impressive performance, and with good script choices, he has promising potential. The movie’s slow narration and excessive violence might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but those who enjoy slow-paced drama should consider giving it a try. Overall, it appeals to a specific audience segment and offers a detailed exploration of societal issues.