Swathimuthyam Movie Review: Konda, Bellam Suresh has been one of TFI’s most successful producers ever since he did a good job with his first son, Bellamkonda Srinivas. Now it’s the turn of his second son, Bellamkonda Ganesh. Surprisingly, he made his first movie, Swathimuthyam, which was not very big. People were interested in the movie’s trailer, and the people who made it did a great job of promoting it. Eventually, the movie came out along with
Ganesh (Bellamkonda Ganesh) is a nice person who works in the electrical industry. He meets Varsha after his family sets up a marriage for him. He and Varsha have many of the same philosophical ideas. The key moment of the plot twist is when Ganesh admits that he has a problem.
Cast & Crew
This movie is directed by Lakshman K. Krishna and stars Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, and Pragathi. The movie was directed by Suryaa, the music was made by Mahati Swara Sagar, and it was made by Suryadevara Naga Vamsi through Sithara Entertainments.
|Director||Lakshman K Krishna|
|Music Director||Mahati Swara Sagar|
|Producer||Suryadevara Naga Vamsi|
|Cast||Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, Pragathi|
People like fun entertainment more than stories, which is why Krishna Vrinda Vihari did well at the box office even though it didn’t have a plot. The funny parts of Swathimuthyam put it in the same category. Recently, a number of Telugu movies have become well-known because they have interesting blocks. But if we look at the story, it might not work out.
The first half of the movie starts with the main character’s date with the other main character. During this time, we learn more about their relationship and follow them on their journey. Since the first act of the play didn’t build suspense, the first half of the movie is mostly made up of funny scenes. The second part of the story gets exciting once there is tension and the main character has to deal with his whole family. When the flow stops, Vennela Kishore comes in and keeps us happy until the end.
Bellamkonda Middle-Class Melodies won Varsha Bollam a lot of fans, and now she has a well-written role that she does well in. So do Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, and Pragathi, and the rest of the cast. Ganesh’s first role was as a young boy in this movie. He is good at showing how he feels, but his performance shows that he doesn’t have much experience.
Lakshman K. Krishna’s first movie as a director is Swathimuthyam. He was only partly successful at making the movie and making people laugh, but the play he wrote about it should have been a lot better.
Technically, Swathimuthyam is fine, but Suryaa’s bad photography, many oversaturated frames, and bad colour grading make it so. But Mahati Swara Sagar’s few songs worked well on screen, and he and the rest of the technical crew all added to the background score.
Swathimuthyam is a fun movie with a lot of interesting parts.
- Routine Drama
- Thin Storyline