Kushi Movie Review
Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Director: Shiva Nirvana
Kushi Movie Story:
After both of them fell in love, if the elders did not agree to the marriage, then you have to watch the movie to know how the life of this couple, who got married against them, went on. First of all, this story is not new.
Kushi Movie Analysis:
A very routine story, but if the routine story is accompanied by good entertainment, excellent performance, soulful music, and background score, the audience will easily engage and enjoy it... This is what happened in the case of Khushi. Even if the story seems routine, the length of the movie is a little too long and seems to lag...
Vijay Devarakonda's excellent performance and screen presence, Samantha's performance, good comedy scenes here and there along with 3 good songs will make the audience like Khushi very much. The director, who started the story without any lag, continued the story in such a way that there was no problem with the entertainment scenes.
After the wedding, what kind of problems will arise for the new couple, but it seems that some of the stories have been delayed until the second off. But the climax portion is well developed with sentimental scenes and overall, by the time the movie ends, the audience leaves the theaters with the feeling of having seen a good movie...
Kushi Movie Actors Performance:
The excellent performance of the lead actors, the music, and the background score was a plus, but the editing could have been a little sharper, the movie would have been crisper if the run time had been reduced in the first half of the second off. While the cinematography is excellent, the production values are also very rich.
As for the direction, Siva Nirvana is a routine story with good scenes, songs, comedy, and emotions mixed together, and impressed me very much.
Kushi movie is sure to please like a good family entertainer... After Geetha Govindam, Vijay Deverakonda is sure to please the family audience with this movie. Although there are some fluffs in the movie, it mostly lives up to the expectations of the audience… Our final rating of the movie is 3/5 stars….