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Athade Srimannarayana

Language: Telugu
Banner: Amaravati in Karnataka
Producer: Pushkara Mallikarjunaiah
Director: Sachin
Music Director: Ajaneesh Loknath and Charan Raj
Editor: Sachin
Story Writer:  Rakshit Shetty & The Seven Odds
Cinematographer:  Imran Sardhariya
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Corrupt police officer Srimannarayana (Rakshith Shetty) joins the treasure hunt of the stepbrothers Jayarama (Balaji Manohar) and Tukaram (Pramod Shetty). What is this treasure? Why Srimannarayana is helping stepbrothers in the treasure hunt? How did Srimannarayana find the treasure? Is Srimannarayana directly connected with the treasure or not? All these questions will be answered in the cinema hall.


Rakshith Shetty has nailed it with his performance of a corrupt cop with great witty funny one liner along with good action episodes. He has shouldered the entire film and did a remarkable work adding another feather in his crown. Shanvi Srivastava is given a de-glamour’s role with scope to acting and she has done her work perfectly with impressive acting in the given scenes. Her Chemistry with hero Rakshith Shetty also worked out as expected.

Balaji Manohar is one of the highlights of Athade Srimannarayana and his villain role in the movie has multiple shades that he performed effortlessly. Achyuth Kumar as the sidekick to hero has evoked required laughs from time to time and one of the entreating factors of the film. Pramod Shetty has also done full justice to the role of a politician in the movie.  


Rakshith Shetty

Balaji Manohar In Villain Role

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Action Episodes

Critics Rating

Technical Department

Direction 6
Editor 6
Casting Producer 7
Art Department 5
Music Director 5

Technical Department

Story Department 6
Choreography 6
Cinematography 5
Graphics 5
Field Publicity 5
Others Comment:
3 Hours Plus Runtime Slow Narration Screenplay Bottom Line – Not Everyone’s Cup Of Tea But Appeals To Action Treasure Hunt Lovers