Movie: IIT Krishnamurthy
Cast : Prudhvi Dandamudi,Maira Doshi, Anand, Vinay Verma, Benarjee,
Directed by: Sreevardhan
Producer : Prasad Nekuri
Rating: 2 /5
IIT Krishnamurthy is a corporate crime thriller film directed by Sreevardhan and produced by Prasad Nekuri, while Naresh Kumaran composed music for this film. the story follows Krishnamurthy (Prudhvi), an IIT student, who is in Hyderabad looking for his missing uncle. Police close the case by citing an unidentified cremated body. Krishna does not believe in this and continues to find the cause. He is attacked several times and it is also the same time that a fraud of a large company occurs.
Prudhvi Dandamudi – The hero of the movie has a decent appearance. Vinay Varma gets a key role and does well as a cop. He’s the best part of the movie and he’s getting better with every movie. There are some scenes in the narrative that required dramatic skills to display, but we see absolutely nothing. The story begins on a slow note. We cannot connect with procedures because of the hero struggling to convey the purpose. Then there is a police officer who plays a central character. The main story is a long time coming, and the clue involving the hero and heroine is unnecessary, to say the least.
Maira Doshi, the heroine, is fine in her role, but she doesn’t have much screen time. Her portions and songs are not good for storytelling. The real hero of the film is the stage actor Vinay Varma, who plays the role of ACP Vinay Varma. He acts, talks, and shows confidence like a hero, even though he is not. Your character needs a badass cop touch and also sparkles during the investigation. Banarjee is the only recognizable or relevant character among the others.
In this movie, Naresh Kumaran’s music is bad. the movies don’t need songs, and except for one situational song, “Samayam Jaripe,” which has good lyrics, the rest are not worth mentioning. Yesu P’s cinematography is decent, considering the effort of other departments. There are a couple of good backing tracks that keep popping up repeatedly. The music is boring and just derails the flow. The dialogue is decent and so was the production design.
IIT Krishnamurthy premieres worldwide on the OTT Amazon Prime Videos platform on December 10.