If you start recollecting films Krishnastami is based upon, Bavagaru Bagunnara, Maska, Santhosham, Jil, Brindhavanam, Jayam Manadera,Tulasi, Evvadi Gola Vadidi are the first ones that come to mind. Krishnastami is a family drama of a NRI guy falls in love with a foreign girl, but opens a door to a past issue that might jeopardize his relationship with family and love. In fact, the love angle is only introduced after a lot of brewing up.Quite irritatingly, there is perfectly nothing in this movie that works. The rom-com is silly and the plan to outwit recent Tollywood hits is even sillier. The screenwriter does seem to think quites ubaltern of his viewers to have come up with this inspired nonsense.
After Europe sequence, the film becomes painfully dragged and although you know what the end is going to be, it doesn't come soon enough. Infact the film runs for 10 minutes even after all the major conflicts are resolved. Even the chosen treatment to narrate this storyline fails to achieve realism. Let's leave the logics part aside for this one. The dialogues are puerile and derivative and at the most places seem repetitive. Lesser said about the music the better. The song situations will always disrupt the flow of the narrative. Even the Film seems a tad too lengthy for its old hat script. The only silverlining are the cinematography and the eye filling locales of Europe.Besides, a very few scenes try their best to elevate the proceeding,but in vain. Editing of the film could have been better. The production values of “Sri Venkateswara Creations" are alright.