Is Krishna and his Leela tolerable?

Director: Ravikanth Perepu
Cast: Sidhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Shalini Vadnikatti, Seerat Kapoor.
Music: Sricharan Pakala
Cinematographer: Shaneil Deo, Saiprakash Ummadisingu.
Krishna (Sidhu Jonnalagadda), a youngster deals with his love affairs, and the rest of the plot deals with the arising complications and his reactions which are conveyed comically.
The leading ladies Shraddha Srinath (as Sathya),  Shalini Vadnikatti (as Radha), and Seerat Kapoor(as Rukhsar) have given their best work. The writing team deserves to be appreciated for presenting a usual triangular love story differently. Like the romance bits, the comedy portions work big time here which justifies its genre (Rom-Com). The realization point of the protagonist looks convincing. No doubt that this film portrays a man who feels that there is nothing wrong with loving two people at the same time.

But keeping the righteous thing aside, this film conveys that its normal to be in Krishna’s shoes but honesty and the two women’s concern is all that matters. of every song. 

We might feel the title “Krishna and his Lies” to be more apt than the original title “Krishna and his Leela”.

The background score is subtle. One might notice that the lord Krishna’s Leelas are being conveyed through the hymns of every song. The editing is well and good without any unnecessary scenes.
The protagonist interacting with us directly could make you feel annoying in the beginning. Later, as the plot proceeds further, we might not get that annoying feel as we got for “world famous lover” .

Sidhu Jonnalagadda needs to perform as a kiddo college guy. Later as a mature adult. He pulls off very easily in both. 

The transition of the character’s behaviour is noteworthy. The writer has sketched three different lady characters. They lead the movie from the beginning. One loves to be independent, while the other loves to be dependent on her partner and the other woman likes her partner to be compatible and friendly.

Definitely, Krishna and his Leela is worth watching once
Stream it on NETFLIX to laugh out loud and enjoy this Rom-Com.

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