Starring: Lokesh, Rajesh, Shashank, Geethanjali, Sandeep, Venki, MGR, Giridhar, Murali, Vijay
Director: Suresh KV
Producer: Vijay J, Puli Srikanth, Sandeep & Friends
Banner: Chakram Creations
Music Director: Sai Kartheek
Avasaraniko Abaddam is the latest suspense thriller that caught the attention of most of the audience. Starring young talent Lokesh, Rajesh, Shashank and Geethanjali in the main cast, this movie is directed by debutante Suresh KV. Trailer was launched few days back by ace director Trivikram Srinivas and received a very good response. Let’s review the movie.
Four friends Ram(Lokesh), Kalyan(Rajesh), Srinivas(Shashank) and Swetha(Geethanjali) set out on a trek into a deep forest for a reason. During their trek, they mark their way into the forest by placing flags. While entering the forest, they are warned about ghosts doing rounds and the danger they would face. Giving all these warnings a deaf ear, these four youngsters continue their journey. Will their trek turn out to be a bitter one or will they successfully return from the trek ? What is that lie which is mentioned in the movie’s title? forms the crux of the story.
Avasaraniko Abaddam is a novel horror thriller from a young director Suresh KV. Gripping screenplay and interesting story narration stand as major highlights for the film. Cinematographer Venkat, who has been associated with Karthik Ghattamaneni for Karthikeya has done perfect justice for the budget provided. There are few scenes in the forest that would scare the audience to a maximum extent.
If the director was provided was a better budget and a huge star cast, the movie would have been a major hit among horror thrillers. Climax scene of the movie could have been picturised in detail.
Avasaraniko Abaddam is a must watch in theatres. This movie falls in the category of those small budget movies with good content. Off late, Tollywood audience are encouraging small movies like Pelli Choopulu which is a positive change. Avasaraniko Abaddam is another example low budget movies working wonders on the silver screen.