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Akhil Review

Movie : Akhil (The power of Jua )
Banner : Shrest movies
Cast : Akhil,Sayesha,Mahesh manjarekar,Brahmanandam and others
Music : Thaman,Anoop roobens
Producer : Nithin
Direction : V.V.Vinayak
Run time : 2 hours 10 minutes

Akkineni family third generation hero Akkineni Akhil debut movie hit theaters today.There is huge buzz running on the film before its release.Is this success to reach those expectations or not will see in below review.

Story : Akhil who is a college student and leads an happy life.After that he saw mediacal student sayesha(Divya) and gradually falls in love with her.He try to impress her with his things.

 On that process Russians eyes are spotted on African tribal Jua and they treat that is a god for them.What is that Jua and why Akhil went to that place and next what happed you  will going to know in big screen. 

On screen performances : This movie leading with a debut pair who are Akhil and Sayesha.Akhil have very good screen
presentation and showed a maturity and no doubt he going to be a great artist. Sayesha also have good looking and on screen
she performed well.Except these two characters others are having great experience and they show that on screen.

Technical assets

This movie have a power packed technical team and starts music directors Anoop and Tahaman. Already songs reached to the audience ad Thaman once again proved his magic in Background.cinematography done by Chota k.naidu and he show his excellence on that and Vinayak  proved once again on elevation his hero’s especially in debut.Producer Nithin not compromised at any cost which showed on the screen.
Plus Points :

 *  Akhil’s performance
                           * Vinayak direction
                           * Thaman-Anoop music
                           *  Cinematography


Minus Points :

 * Routine story line
                           *     Second half
                           *      Graphics

Final word :Akhil comes with a routine commercial entertainer and which satisfies the audience and becomes one time watchable

Maa rating : 2.75/5