Banner: Yellow Flowers
Cast: 'Natasimham' Nandamuri
Bala Krishna, Isha Chawla, Parvathi Melton, Kota Srinivas Rao, Vijay Kumar, Vinod
Kumar, Suresh, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam,
Rao Ramesh, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Supreeth, Nagineedu, Duvvasi Mohan, M.S.Narayana, Ahuthi Prasad, Sudha and others
Cinematography: T.Surender Reddy
Editing: Goutham Raju
Producer: Ramesh Puppala
Story, Screenplay, Direction: Ravi Chavali
Reviewed By: Kaushik Sharma
Plot: Srimannarayana alias Srimaan
is an investigative journalist. He is very sincere and daring in his
profession and adopts intelligent ways in reporting and solving various cases.
He strives hard to do good to the society. A minister (Jaya Prakash
Reddy), his brother in law (Supreeth) and a Malaysia
based mafia don (Suresh) are involved in a scam
and they occupy lands, misuse the funds that actually belong to
ex-soldiers, war victims of Indian Army. As a journalist Srimaan brings this scam to light and sees that justice is
done to the soldiers and makes sure that the baddies are prosecuted. Due to
this Srimaan becomes a target to the minister and his
On the other hand, there is a noble man Kalki Narayana Rao (Vijay Kumar), Srimaan's
father and who is also a farmer and a social worker. Being assisted by Srimaan, Narayana Rao begins a
fund raising programme called Jai Kisaan
and collects money for the welfare of the farmers. This campaign becomes a huge
success and Rs. 5000 crores
will be collected. Now, when their hard work is about to bear fruits, a tragedy
occurs and Srimaan and his family land in worst
How Srimaan solves the problems by adopting
intelligent ways? How he plays mind games and check mates the villains, without
being caught by the law or police? How he safe guards and take cares of his
family? How he completes his father's mission and achieves the goal,
forms the rest of the story.
As always Bala Krishna is a director's actor and he
essayed the role of the journalist Srimannarayana
well. He was good in emotional scenes and the comedy sequences involving
heroines and Duvvasi Mohan. Proper care was not taken
with Bala Krishna's costumes in the songs and while composing
his dance movements. These things looked odd on the screen and this is the only
negative aspect about Balayya in this movie.
Isha Chawla acted as the
naughty fiancee of Bala
Krishna. She was cute with her performance and was very glamorous throughout
the movie. Isha Chawla is
sure to bag more chances, as a female lead, after this flick.
Parvathi Melton acted in a role, who has a crush on
the hero and helps him in his bad times. She looks odd and irritates with her
expressions and histrionics. She should concentrate on improving her glamor and
Senior Tamil actor Vijay Kumar and Sudha are apt as
the noble parents of the protagonist. Jaya Prakash Reddy, Supreeth
and Suresh acted as the main villains. Among
them Jaya Prakash Reddy was loud. Suresh and Supreeth
did very well. Rao Ramesh, Nagineedu and Kota Srinivas Rao essayed smaller roles as the villains'
associates. Vinod Kumar and Ahuthi
Prasad too have done a minor roles as a CBI officer and a Jailer respectively.
Comedy in this film is decent and it will be Duvvasi
Mohan, who scores maximum marks. His performance, his comedy timing and all of
his punch dialogues received great response from the audience. A few comedy
scenes involving Dharmavarapu Subramanyam
are good too. M.S. Narayana and Krishna Bhagwan enacted as Purohiths and
their comedy is not impressive.
1) Evaryna Thandri Aasthini Varasathwamgaa Korukuntaaru..Kaani Nuvvu Naa Aasayaanni
Varasathwam Gaa Korukunnaav.
2) Sri Krishnudu Arjunudokkadike
Kadhaa Bhagavath Geetha Cheppindhi. Mari Prapancham Motthaaniki Elaa Leak Ayyindhi? Ante AA Kaalam lo Koodaa Piracy Vundhaa?
3) Inko Saari Naa Eye Ball Ki Kanipisthe..Foot Ball Aadukuntaa
4) I am not the Trouble..I
am the Truth
5) Jai Jawan..Jai Kisaan
6) '...Nahi Tho Bol! Dhool Pet.Theraa
Shehar Ka Adda'
7) Dialogues by Vijay Kumar about the present situations of farmers, in our
The director Ravi Chavali took a noble story line,
involving soldiers and farmers. The way he dealt with Hero's characterization
and his family back drop is impressive. His screen play is good in parts and
his direction is sensible. The way he dealt with a few crucial scenes esp., the
climax are good. But the pre-interval and interval episodes lacked the effect.
He wanted to narrate the film in quick pace, but screenplay could have been
better. A little more hard work by the director would have yielded better
Dialogues deserve a special mention. Dialogues penned for Balayya,
Vijay Kumar and for the comedians are nice. The dialogues between the Hero and
the Villains are catchy. There are a few satires on CBI. Over all, the dialogue
writers succeeded in their work.
Music by Chakri is very poor. If the audio was well
composed and if it was publicized properly then it would have helped the movie
to a great extent. The back ground music is OK.
Cinematography is alright. Editing could have been better as the songs in the
first half test the patience of the audience. There is nothing much to talk
about the art work.
Fights are the highlight of the movie. They appear convincing as well as
stylish. They were excellently composed and Bala
Krishna executed them with ease. There are no super hero kind of stunts in this
1) Bala Krishna
2) Noble story line- The concept of Jai Jawan- Jai Kisaan
3) Sensible story, screen play and direction
4) Comedy by Duvvasi Mohan and Dharmavarapu
4) Excellent and stylish fights
5) No boring moments
6) Bala Krishna's Get Ups As Indian Warrior, Greek Warrior
and Narasimha Swamy
1) Very poor music
2) Balayya's costumes in songs
3) Parvathi Melton
4) Songs, which appear as speed breakers in the first half
5) Interval bang
Bottom Line: This is a decent entertainer from Bala
Krishna and Ravi Chavali, which will be a minimum
moderate hit. Ignore the songs and enjoy the film.
Weekend Creations Rating: 3/5