Aswathama Movie Review


Young actor Naga Shaurya needs a massive hit to get back into the Tollywood race. The actor for the first time is testing his luck with an action thriller which is titled Aswathama. Directed by debutant Ramana Teja, the film is all about a series of kidnaps in the city. Sricharan Pakala composed the music and Ghibran composed the background score. Bankrolled by IRA Creations, Aswathama is hitting the screens today. Here is the complete review of the film:


Aswathama is the story of a series of kidnaps and attacks on women that take place in Vizag. Gana (Naga Shaurya) wakes in shock after his sister who is recently engaged gets kidnapped. Gana starts his hunt for the psychopath and finds a clue through which he finally finds the real culprit behind the series of crimes. Watch Aswathama to know about the thrilling ride and how the real story unfolds:


First Half
Background Score
Production Values


Second Half
Dots not connected well
Screenplay and narration


Naga Shaurya plays it safe and delivers a top-notch performance throughout the film. He has been emotional, angry and entertaining through his role. Mehreen had a limited role and she did her part well. The villain (name not disclosed) takes the lead in the second half and delivers stupendous performance and is the other highlight of the film. All the other actors did their parts well.

Aswathama has a lean plot which is known to everyone. The screenplay and dialogues are more crucial for a film like Aswathama. But they are just ok. The music and the background score steals the show. The cinematography work has been top class and the production values are an asset for Aswathama. The editing work looks decent and debutant Ramana Teja fails to keep the film engaging and interesting.

Final Word:

Aswathama looks decent with the first half but the most crucial second half remains low and falls flat. Naga Shaurya tops the show with his performance.