Konda Polam is based on a highly popular novel with the same name penned by Sannapureddi Venkata Ramireddy and is directed by Krish Jagarlamudi. The movie stars Panja Vaisshnav Tej and Rakul Preet Singh in lead roles. Kota Srinivasa Rao, Sai Chand and Nassar appear in supporting roles.
Cast: Panja Vaisshnav Tej, Rakul Preet Singh, Sai Chand, Kota Srinivas Rao, Nasser, Annapurna, Hema, Anthony, Ravi Prakash, Mahesh Vitta, Racha Ravi, Anand Vihari.
Producers:- Y.Rajeev Reddy, J.Sai babu
Director:- Krish Jagarlamudi
Music Director :- M.M.Keeravaani
Audio on:- Mango Music
Writer:- Sannapureddy Venkatrami Reddy
Editor :- Shravan Katikaneni
Art director:- Raj Kumar Gibson
Lyrics:- M.M.Keeravaani, Chandrabose, Sirivennala, Seetharama Sastry
Costume Designer:- Aishwarya rajeev
Chief Co- Director :- v.v.surya kumar
Vfx Head :- Rajeev Rajashekaran
DOP:- Gnana Shekar v.s
Publicity Designer:- Anil, Bhanu
Digital Partner:- Whackedout Media
P.R.O:- Vamshi, Shekar
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Konda Polam is a coming of age story of a young guy named Kataru Ravindra Yadav (Vaisshnav Tej) who hails from a community of shepherds in a small village. Ravindra works in a city but could not help feeling at odds as to whether he belongs to the city or to his village. Owing to his timid nature, Ravindra has a hard time landing a job in a city and is repeatedly turned down by companies. Ravindra is also scared to be in his village which is in close proximity to the Nallamala Forest. Obulamma (Rakul Preet) is no stranger to the ways of the forest and is completely unfazed by the prospects of predators and tigers. Obulamma makes fun of Ravindra for his fear of venturing into the forest until Ravindra decides to learn the ways of the forest. During famines, many shepherds venture into the forest for greener pastures for their livestock. This practice is called Konda Polam.
Panja Vaisshnav Tej, delivered a gripping performance and showcased his versatility as an actor. The way he transitioned from a timid and scared city boy to a bold and fearless persona who learns the ways of the jungle. Rakul Preet Singh also delivered a strong performance as Obulamma and got into the skin of her character. Rakul pulled off the role of a village girl who knows the ways of the forest with elan. Vaisshnav Tej also proved his hit with Uppena was not just a fluke but due to his acting prowess. The chemistry between the two leads and the beautiful rustic forest visuals were brilliantly captured by Krish Jagarlamudi.
Director Krish does an amazing job of setting up the plot for the film by showcasing the drought conditions which lead the villagers to practice Konda Polam. M.M. Keeravani delivers a captivating background score which lends authenticity to the scenes. One of the major highlights of the movie is right before the interval where all the plots converge into a cliffhanger. Another worthy mention is seeing the legendary Kota Srinivasa Rao once again on the silver screen.
The entire movie of Konda Polam is a visual treat envisioned by Krish and equally well complemented by Keeravani’s background music. Krish has ensured that the movie maintains a lot of originality to do justice to Sannapureddi Venkata Ramireddy’s novel without letting in a lot of commercial elements seep into the story. If a gripping and tense story telling excites you then Konda Polam is the perfect watch over the weekend for you. So head over to the theater, grab some popcorn and enjoy this rustic yet gripping movie with your family and friends.
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