| Cast: ||
Dhanraj, Deeksha Panth, Shakalaka Shankar, Sudigali Sudheer
| Directed by: ||
Nellutla Praveen Chadar
| Produced by: ||
Kalyani - Ram
| Music by: ||
| Background Score: ||8/26/2016|
Banthi Poola Janaki -Story
Janaki (Diksha Panth) is a film actress who was about to take National Award for Best Actress. She lives with her manager Syam (Dhanraj). As she was announced as Best Actress, her film director Ahankaram (Chammak Chandra), hero Akash (Sudigali Sudheer), Writer Miriyalu (Rocket Raghava) and Producer Bangarayya (Adurs Raghu) lands in her house to congratulate on the success. After a series of event, one by one in the house encounters death and that too because of Janaki. Having afraid of getting imprisonment, Janaki with the help of Syam tries to hide all the dead bodies. How did the deaths happen? Why was Janaki involved in this? forms the rest of the story of Banthi Poola Janaki.
Banthi Poola Janaki - Star Performance
Dhanraj has played a soft and decent role in the film. Usually he plays hyper active and loud characters. He impresses with his good acting skills in the film. Diksha Panth is a saving grace for the movie. She impresses big time with her acting in key scenes. She showed variations that her role demanded. She ups her glam quotient in some scenes and they also appears to be good. Chammak Chandra, Adurs Raghu, Sudigali Sudheer, Rocket Raghu, Bharat Reddy and Shakalaka Shankar were seen in the other roles. All these actors have put decent performances and impressed with some good comedy.
Banthi Poola Janaki -Technical Team
Director Praveen Chandar utterly fails in putting up even an average show thanks to his poor and silly comedy scenes, which are carpeted throughout the 90-minute duration of the film. The cinematography is decent but the rest of the technical departments including editing and music are pretty stale. The production values are satisfactory.
Banthi Poola Janaki -Analysis
Banthipoola Janaki suffers majorly due to its silliness and zero logic in writing. Except for a few comedy scenes featuring the Jabardasth comedians, there's hardly anything to rave about. Also, the lack of riveting thrills makes this thriller end up as a boring watch this weekend.
Banthi Poola Janaki - Anthing else