A quail story
Venkatalakshmi alias Venki (Nityashetti), daughter of a theater owner in Kakinada. Being a motherless child grows horribly. Chanu with Prabhu (Sanjay Rao) who works in their theater. At the same time, Maya Bawa, who had landed in Kakinada from China, approached Krish (Vishwanth). However, Venkatalakshmi is kidnapped under unforeseen circumstances. In that order the Lord provokes doubts about Krishna. With that, Inspector Ajay Rao (Brahmaji) enters the field.
Twists in a quail story
Who kidnapped Venkatalakshmi? Lord, who loves willingly, why are there doubts about Krishna? What was the real reason for Venkatalakshmi’s kidnapping? How did the investigation by Ajay Rao go? How were the people who kidnapped Venkatalakshmi identified? Did Venkatalakshmi return safely? Krish, an anecdote is the answer to the question of who among the Lord kidnapped Venkatalakshmi.
The movie goes into the story by giving a small twist with the scene where Venkatalakshmi is kidnapped. Establishing characters after that seems like a lot of routine with a slow stretch. The lack of emotional content raises the suspicion of being a plain cinematic. However the alertness on the story increases as the actual story starts 20 minutes before the interval. The scenes between Vishwanth and Nityashetti and the entry of Prabhu become feelgood and the story accelerates. Brahmaji Investigation adds even more josh. The first part ends with a small twist.
The second part becomes the main attraction of a quail story. Fast-paced events and twists that fit them make the film run. The elastic drama between Prabhu and Krishna is good. Prabhu’s comedy scenes with Balaraju make the movie entertaining. The twists that come at the end are enough to suffocate the audience. The Venkatalakshmi kidnapping drama at the end is even more bloody. Overall, the ending of a quail story with a happy mood turned out to be a positive for the film.
Be the director and kiss
Being the first film director to try to do magic with a kiss screenplay was a success. If not here’s a new product just for you! Some of the clumsy, routine scenes in Fastoff can be embarrassing. If not, the effort to combine comedy, suspense and thriller elements in the second half mirrored the talent. As a writer he succeeded in exploding scattered dialogues. He showed his ability to make the film a clean entertainer overall. It can be said that the first film director hit the full marks by taking care not to show any hesitation at any stage.
Talents of lead actors
Sanjay Rao, who faced the camera for the first time, did not see any light. Dialog delivery is not good in terms of gestures. But there was still a need to improve the performance. When it comes to Vishwanth, Krishna is a multi-shades character. Not only did it look different than past films but it also looked mature in terms of acting. Nityashetti excelled in performance as a naughty child. If not here’s a new product just for you! Balaraju cultivates a new kind of entertainment. The actor who played the role of Nityashetti’s father impressed differently than in previous films. Nicely crafted character with good scope for acting.
Performance of technical departments
When it comes to technical departments .. The music provided by Praveen Lakkaraju is good. The background score in the second half took several scenes to another range. The songs are also feelgood. Sunil Kumar captures the beauty of Godavari and Konaseema well. Filling each frame with so much greenery turned out to be fun. Fastoff has scope for some editing.
Bhavya Creations has a good reputation as a company that produces films with a clean image in Tollywood. Producer Ananda Prasad managed to deliver a fun story to the audience that suited his taste. The effort being made to promote longer short films is commendable. The cast selection till this movie was very apt. It can be said that the success of a quail movie is credited to the grand creation account.
An anecdote of a love story film with suspense and thriller genre. The main strength of the film is the screenplay, which brings together new stars and the director. Unexpected twists in the story can be thrilling to the audience. Although the first part went on as a routine .. the twists in the second half are of interest to the audience. The twists and turns in the climax sharpen the brain, which is a plus point for the film. In the current situation, if the B, C centers are popular with the audience … there are plenty of opportunities to have good success.
Twists in the story
Being a fastoff routine
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Behind the scenes, in front of the screen
Cast: Vishwanth Dudhumpudi, Sanjay Rao, Nityashetti, Brahmaji, Balaraju, Srinivas Bhogireddy, Bhadraji, Ramana Chalkapally, Sirishree, Surya Akondi etc.
Story, screenplay, dialogues, direction:
Producer: V. Ananda Prasad
Executive Producer: Anne Ravi
Art: Vivek Annamalai
Editor: D. Venkataprabhu
Camera: Sunil Kumar Yan
Music: Praveen Lakkaraju