Kinnerasani Telugu Movie Review & Ratings

Kinnerasani Movie Review: The mystery thriller Kinnerasani, starring Kalyan Dev, will be shown on Zee5 on June 10 instead of in theatres. The filmmakers’ original plan was to show it in theatres, but for some reason, they decided to work with Zee5. Even though the Kinnerasani teaser got a lot of attention, the movie’s creators haven’t done a good job of promoting it, and no one seems to know what it’s about. Let’s look at Kinnerasani in detail to see if it’s worth watching.

Kinnerasani Movie Review


Jayadev (Ravindra Vijay) wrote a book called Kinnerasani, according to Kinnerasanmi. However, Veda (Ann Sheetal) finds a book that holds the key to her past, present, and future. At the same time, Venkat (Kalyan Dev), a lawyer, wants to find out who killed his girlfriend. Venkat helps Veda keep them both safe from an unknown future.

Cast & Crew

Kinnerasani is directed by Ramana Teja and stars Kalyan Dev, Ann Sheetal, Ravindra Vijay, Shan, Satya Prakash, Sreya Tyagi, Appaji, Lavanya Reddy, and Sanvitha. The film is shot by Dinesh K. Babu, has music by Mahati Swara Sagar, and is made by Rajani Thalluri and Ravi Chintala under the Subham Entertainments banner.

Cast LeadsKalyan Dev, Ann Sheetal, Ravindra Vijay, Back Star Shan, Satya Prakash, Sreya Tyagi, Appaji, Lavanya Reddy, Sanvith
DirectorRamana Teja
ProducerRajani Thalluri, Ravi Chintala
Written bySai Tej Deshraj
MusicMahati Swara Sagar
DOPDinesh K Babu

Movie Verdict

After seeing the movie, I wonder why Kinnerasani’s creators didn’t put it in theatres, because it’s a story that should be seen by more people. But the movie does a good job of keeping the suspense going from the beginning to the end. The story doesn’t slow down until the intermission. The problem comes in the second half when we lose the thrill for a while because of flashbacks that are necessary for the story but don’t add anything to it. The movie gets interesting after the pre-climax, but the climax could have been better. But Kalyan Dev’s performance is good. He needs to work hard at getting better at acting. As Jayadev, show-stealer Ravindra Vijay is almost as good as director Ramana Teja, who made him a great character with two shades, one in the present and the other in a flashback. The rest of the actors did a good job with their roles, too.
Ramana Teja may have done a better job of carrying out the plot, but the tension and storyline kept the audience interested.
Dinesh K Babu’s cinematography could have been better, but Mahati Swara Sagar’s background score makes the movie more interesting and makes you want to watch the whole thing, and the rest of the technical staff did a great job.
Lastly, Kinnerasani is a mystery thriller with some interesting parts. If you like suspense-thriller movies, you should watch them now on Zee5.

Movie Rating: 3/ 5

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