If you go to watch 'Srimannarayana' expecting an intellectual side, you will be in disappointment. As the story moves forward, you will realise that the gutsy young chap (Balakrishna) fights impossibly, murders miserably, talks funnily, dances at the drop of a hat in the presence of one or both the heroines, but never makes sense! The film fails miserably without making any sense, as it picked up a subject, which is ought to make sense.
In 'Srimannarayana', the hero has the job to crack the password of the villain's illegal account, so that he can lay his rightful claim on five thousand crores, which his father (now-murdered) has collected as the trustee of Jai Kisan Foundation. The film has an idiotic plot, even after such big scam, the question arises is, why not a single investigating agency was interested in following the trail? This even as neither the Chief Minister nor any other political heavyweight has a share in the scam! So who is stopping the CBI or the police from helping the lone journalist? And one will get no answers from the film.
Alluri Kalki Narayanamurthy (veteran actor Vijay Kumar) has collected Rs 5000 crores, by way of donations for the welfare of farmers. Minister Bylu Reddy (Jayaprakash), Malaysian-based don Harshad Kothari (Suresh), Pulikeshava Reddy (Supreeth), IG Marthand (Rao Ramesh) and Dr Sreekar Prasad (Nagineedu) cleverly transfer the money from his bank account to their account with the help of a bank manager, Srinivasa Rao. The responsibility
01:51 PM, Sep 01, 2012