Akshara Movie Review: A message-oriented and socially relevant film
Akshara is one of the rarest films in the current times that voices out the bold loopholes in the education system and comes up with a very good message that should get a good reach
After sizzling in last week's release Kapatadhaari, Nanditha Swetha is now back with a new released titled Akshara. Directed by Chinni Krishna, this movie is based on the education mafia that is spreading all over the country. The film has hit the screens today and here is the review of it.
Sanjay Bhargav (Sanjay Swaroop) is a business tycoon who runs various educational institutions under his hood. Akshara (Nandita Swetha) joins as a lecturer in one of Sanjay's colleges. Sanjay's motive is to score ranks no matter what and he goes to any extent to do the same. On the other hand, Akshara's morals are entirely different. Meanwhile, Akshara has a secret motive behind joining Sanjay college. What is that motive? What is the connection between Akshara and Sanjay? To know the answers to these, you have to watch the film.
Nandita Swetha is the show stealer of this film. Be it the comedy sequences or the horror sequences, her performance is really good. Shakalaka Shankar also delivered his best performance in the film and showcased his skills. Both Ajay Ghosh and Satya will entertain the audience with their performances in the movie. Their screen presence added more strength to the film. Madhunandan delivered an honest performance in the film. Harsha Vardhan acted naturally. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Production values are very high. Music by Suresh Bobbili is good. A couple of songs are catchy and also his BGM suited really well for the film. Cinematographer Nagesh Banell's beautiful and camera angles are good to watch. Editing by Giduturi Satya is neat.
B. Chinni Krishna should definitely get the credit for making the movie as engaging and entertaining as possible. The director has succeeded in narrating the story in a captivating way and will make the audience stick to their chairs. The way he handled the story worth appreciating. The director chose a very good plot line for his film. Education mafia is the burning issue in our country which needs to be addressed. The film also has a strong social message which makes audiences think after watching the movie. Though the movie is engaging a bit, an age-old screenplay makes us bored in a few instances. The comedy scenes could have been better. Nandita's spectacular acting is the big advantage of the movie. The rest of the cast and crew have also made sincere efforts in making a good film and were partly successful.
On the whole, Akshara turns out to be a one-time-watch for its good and relevant message.