|Cast:||Nara Rohit, Naga Shourya, Regina Cassandra|
|Directed by:||Srinivas Avasarala|
|Produced by:||Sai Korrapati|
|Music by:||Kalyan Koduri|
9th September 2016
Achyutha Rama Rao (Nara Rohith) and Anand Vardhan Rao (Naga Shaurya) are brothers. They fall in love with Jyotsna (Regina Cassandra). But she dont love her. In the process of taking revenge, both the brothers burn her Passport. Following a series of incidents, Anand and Achuth's father gets heart attack and Jyotsna leaves the country for higher studies. After four years, both the brothers are settled and married. Jyotsna comes back to India and enters their lives. What happened when Jyotsna enters the lives of the brothers will form the rest of the story.
Jyo Achyutananda-Star Performance
Naga Shaurya and Nara Rohith played brothers in the film. They are good as Achyutha Rama Rao and Anand Vardhan Rao. Both of them have put wonderful performances in the film. Especially in the emotional scenes, they are at their best. Nara Rohit shows his versatility once again. He portrays the emotions flawlessly. Be it witty sense of humour or one liners, he does it with ease. This movie is sure to be a path breaking one in his career. Regina Cassandra also played a good role in the film. She looks glamorous and at the same time she performed well. Naga Shourya as Anand has done a brilliant role once again. In fact, he made it so natural and subtle. The rest of the actors did not have a great scope to perform but all of them made their presence felt.
Jyo Achyutananda-Technical Team
Avasarala Srinivas definitely deserves a good applause for making a novel screenplay eventhough the one liner seems to be so simple. Tollywood has seen lots of sibling films like 'SVSC' and so on. But what makes this movie special is, the emotional journey. The movie is completely fresh for audience. However the director focused entirely on one lane and that might be the down side. Not everyone could love it with patience. Editing is crisp. That is the biggest strength of the movie.
The whole movie runs for a span of 125 minutes and that has given some boost to the movie. Music is another plus. 'Aakapachani chandamama la' song in first half is so mesmerizing. The songs are also catchy. Background score brings emotions during second half of the movie. Cinematography is fabulous. It is simple and neat. The frames are kept in natural way and the lightings are also so natural. There are nothing in over dosage. And that is what makes this movie a special one. Technically the movie is too solid.
Overall, Jyo Atchutananda is a beautiful film about love, brotherhood and family values. The engaging first half and a superb chemistry between Nara Rohit and Naga Shourya will entertain you thoroughly. Srinivasa Avasarla shows his caliber yet again and takes you on a journey filled with many happy and emotional moments. The film is bound to work exceptionally well amidst the A centres and overseas audience. Finally, if you just ignore the slightly slow second half, this is a film which can be watched with the entire family and come out with a big smile on your face.