Prasanna Vadanam Review & Rating

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Prasanna Vadanam Review & Rating: Emerging actor Suhas has been enjoying the back-to-back success of Writer Padmabhushan and Ambajipeta Marriage Band. Now, he is back to continue his hit streak with Prasanna Vadanam. The film seems unique in terms of the plot called Face Blindness. Right from the first look poster to trailer, the film has garnered enough buzz among the audiance. Today, the film is releasing grandly. Without any delay, let’s get into the in-depth review.

Prasanna Vadanam Review & Rating

Prasanna Vadanam has a captivating plotline and the director brilliantly presents the whole on screen. The film starts interesting as it takes some time to establish the plot and main characters. The director Arjun YK handled the film quite well but he could have had more grip on the drama in the second half. Vijay Bulganin composed two brilliant songs in the film and those songs placed well in the film. His background is the biggest asset of the film. S Chandrasekaran captured decent visuals as the film turns into a thriller zone but the visuals look bright and that made the film look unique.

Movie NamePrasanna Vadanam (2024)
LanguageTelugu
Release Date03 May 2024
WritersArjun Y K
DirectorArjun Y K
DOPS.Chandrasekaran
EditorKarthika Srinivas R
MusicVijay Bulganin
ProducerManikanta J S, Prasad Reddy T R
CastSuhas, Payal Radhakrishna, Rashi Singh, Nandu, Harsha Chemudu, and others

Story:

A young guy Surya (Suhas) works as a radio jockey. One day, he and his family met with an accident and sadly in that accident Surya lost his parents and he lost his vision. which means he suffers from ‘Prosopagnosia’ disorder, one can not recognize people’s faces. The only person who knows about his condition is his friend Vignesh (Viva Harsha). A twist arises in the tale when Surya witnesses a murder and finally how he confesses to the police about the murder and how he finds the killer is all about the film.

Plus Points:

  • Suhas Acting
  • Viva Harsha comedy
  • Story

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration in the Second half

Prasanna Vadanam Movie Review

The first half has all the elements that a perfect plot and character establishment. Surya and Aadhya’s love angle chuckles us for a while and Viva Harsha and Suhas also make engage with their comedy. The interval bang makes us curious to watch the second half. Well, the second starts very interesting but after a while, it falls flat with slow-paced narration. However, once Surya starts investigating the case and starts unfolding one by one twists make us watch the film till the climax.

Final Verdict:

Prasanna Vadanam is a must-watch flick, any section of the audience will watch the film. Suhas again delivered a fine performance and this film is going to be a milestone film in his career. Payal as Aadhya is good, Viva Harsha did his best.

Rating:

Telugu Viz rates 3 out of 5 stars based on our opinion.

3 Out of 5

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