Here is “Karam Dosa” Movie Review
The weekend before New Year has brought us quite a few movies to choose from as we laze over the year end. “Karam Dosa” is one of those flicks that is a light entertainer with a strong message attached to it. Irrespective of being a small budget film, this movie is garnering appreciation fast.
Cast & Crew:
Director – Trivikram Gajulapalli
Producer – Veenaa Vedika Productions Pvt Ltd
Cast – Vankayala Satyanarayana, Kasi Vishwanath, Adabala, Surya Sreenivas, Shiva Ramachandravarapu and Chandana Raj.
Music Director – Siddarth Watkins
Lyrics – Sreeram Samji
Cinematography – Raja Bhattacharjee
The scene is set against the backdrop of a local village of Kadapa. Three friends, Vemanna (Siva Ramachandravarapu,) Ravi (Surya Srinivas) and Bali (Anil) live in Ravi’s room who is a software engineer. Being lazy and uninspired, they try different tricks to get through life without putting any effort. On a parallel story line, the three friends regularly visit Pichchayya’s restaurant run by Satyanarayana (Vankayala Sathyanarayana.) The specialty of the restaurant is Karam Dosa and hence the title. The story takes a twist as the three musketeers know about the secret mission that Satyanarayana is on for his backward village, Pichchayya Kona. How the 70-year old man inspires the three boys to pursue their dreams with effort forms the rest of the story.
Performances and Technical Aspects:
The performance of the youngsters had a fresh feel. That paired with great dialogues and direction from Trivikram Gajulapalli made this the film it is. Vankayala Satyanarayana is great in his secret do gooder role. Editor Suresh who worked for many commercial entertainers like “Bombay,” “Chandramukhi,” “Billa2,” etc., has done the cuts for the movie. Goes without saying, hence, that the editing is on point. Screenplay, background music and production all have been done decently.