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Nakshatram Movie Review

Nakshatram Movie Review

Release Date: Friday 4th August 2017


Sundeep Kishan, Regina, Sai Dharam Tej, Pragya, Prakash Raj, J D Chakravarthy, Shivaji Raja, Tulasi and others


Rama Rao (Sundeep Kishan) aspires to become an S.I. as his father and grandfathers were also police officers. Due to a small tiff with the commissioners son (Tanish), he misses the physical test of police examination.

Frustrated, Rama Rao attempts suicide, but his uncle, who is also a constable (Sivaji Raja) saves him.

Due to an incident, the constable and Rama Rao land in commissioners office (Prakash Raj) and the commissioner demands the whereabouts of missing police officer Alexander (Sai Dharam Tej), who was to marry IPS officer Kiran Reddy (Pragya). That is when Rama Rao comes to know the story of Alexander.

How was he killed and by whom? What will Rama Rao do then?


Even though Krishna Vamsi has been churning out disasters of late, no one expected he would come up with a movie from the 70s.

If you excuse the story, you would expect a terrific narration, but his treatment of the film reminds one of 80s movies.

The dialogues written by three writers are straight out of 90s films. And the climax sequences are just what we have seen in umpteen movies from the days of Mother India.

The very beginning of movie is tacky. Krishna Vamsi establishes the character of Rama Rao who aspires to be a police officer but is facing hurdles. He romances Jamuna (Regina) who works as a side dancer in movie industry.

For almost one hour, Krishna Vamsi shows Jamunas silly episodes like a choreographer (Viva Harsha) harassing her sexually and her romance with Rama Rao.

On parallel note, he also introduces Pragya Jaiswal as a thief and her episodes. By end of these boring episodes, we get to see three badly filmed songs and ample skin show by Regina.

Exactly after one hour, we get to see the real point of the movie a police officers bad son and his nexus with international weapons mafia.

To be fair, just before the interval, the film turns pretty interesting. Sundeep Kishan actually gets to show his performance when he is not allowed into police academy. The first half ends nicely with the introduction of Sai Dharam Tej.

Post interval, the movie begins the flashback episode of Sai Dharam Tej and it sustains interest. Later, Krishna Vamsi moves to boring narration again. Since he doesn't have much story on hand, he drags on with unnecessary scenes and bores us further. The lengthy and predictable climax is unbearable.

While Sundeep Kishan has scored in his role and Sai Dharam Tej is equally good in his brief role, other actors irritate with their old school acting read, loud dialogues and overt expressions.

Generally, Krishna Vamsi makes up for the flaws in story with good music and great picturisation. But in Nakshatram, not a single song is catchy.

The glam show of Regina is also not at all impressive. The comedy episode between Regina and Viva Harsha is replica of Krishna Vamsi's old movies.

All in all, Nakshatram is totally boring as the story and narration is too cliched. It does not go with the current generation of audiences who are tired of watching old school movies.

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