Review: Nartanasala (Naga Shaurya, Yamini Bhaskar, Kashmira)
Cast: Naga Shaurya, Yamini Bhaskar, Jayaprakash Reddy
Music: Sagar Mahati
DOP: Vijay C. Kumar
Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Producers : Usha Mulpuri
Director : Srinivas Chakravarthy
Naga Shourya has been promoting his latest film, Naratanasala in a big way from the past few days. The film has seen the light of the day today. Read on to see how the film turns out to be.
Naga Shourya is brought amidst all girls and he happens to run a woman based institute to help girls become powerful. He sights Kashmira and falls head over heels for her. But to his bad luck, he is forced to get married to Yamini Bhaskar who is the daughter of Jayaprakash Reddy. To save himself from the emotional blackmail, he pretends as gay and saves his life. How he does that is the crux of the story.
Naga Shourya looks odd in the gay getup but he tries and save himself with a decent act towards the end of the film. Yamini Bhaskar is okay and gives a glamor dose to the audience. Jayaprakash Reddy is the hero of the film as he is the one who makes things bearable with his Rayalaseema accent and histrionics. Sivaji Raja was Over the top and irritated to the next level. Rest of the cast was routine and did nothing better.
The film takes off on a good note but there is nothing that the actors can as the boring execution by the director takes away from all the good part. If this was not enough the horrible songs come in as breaks and joly the film. Interval point makes things easy for the audience and one feels that you will see a good part next. But once again the director fails and nose dives the film till the end. What you see is edgy scenes which are cut abruptly and have no meaning at all.
Silly family scenes
The film could have been a good fun factor as the concept was interesting but the credit for spoiling the film goes to the director whose inexperience makes matter worse for the audience and they cannot escape but watch the film with irritation. There are a few good episodes which the film has but that is not worth for you to go to the theaters and watch.