Movie : Sharabha (Sarabha)
Director : N. Narasimha Rao
Producers : Ashwani Kumar Sahdev
Banner : A.K. Entertainments
Music Director : Koti
Starring : Aakash kumar, Mishti Chakravarty, Sayaji Shinde, Napoleon
Release Date: 22nd November 2018
Sharabha Review: Aakash Kumar and Mishti Chakraborthy starrer fantasy movie ‘Sharabha’ has hit the theaters today on 22nd November. Sharabha is helmed by director Shankar’s assistant, Narasimha Rao and produced by Ashwani Kumar Sahdev under the banner of A.K. Entertainments whereas the music is scored by Koti. Apart from the lead pair, the film has other stars like Jayaprada, Nasser, Sayaji Shinde in supporting role. Let’s see the storyline of Sharabha.
Story of Sharabha: Chandraksha (Punnet Issar), the evil beast, who lives in Singapura village, wants to have all the eternal powers decides to give the bali of Divya (Mishty Chakraborty). But he needs to surpass Sarabha(Aakash kumar) and his mother (Jayaprada) to do it. Will Chandraksha be successful to kill Divya? How Sarabha and his mother will stop Chandraksha? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
Sharabha Plus Points:
Sharabha Minus Points:
- Chemistry between lead pair
Performance: Jayaprada steals the show of the movie- Sharabha by her wonderful performance. She has done fantastic job and became successful to grab the attention of the audiences by her emotional helpless avatar. Mishty Chakraborthy and Aakash kumar did justification with her role. Punnet Issar in the role of villain did superb job. Rest of the cast performed well.
Technical : The story line of Sharabha is interesting and impressive. The background score is good but in several scenes the music is too loud. The cinematography work handled by Ramana, is good. There is lack of intensity in the portrayal of the characters and logic is missing in some places. Dialogues are good. VFX work need a special mention as the visuals and effects shows are impressive till the climax. N. Narasimha Rao has done a good job.
Analysis: Sharabha doesn’t give the desired goose bumps. It has engaging twists at regular intervals.