Jayammu Nischayammu Raa review, rating and first day collections

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa review, rating and first day collections

Here is the exclusive review of Jayammu Nischayammu Raa!

Title: Jayammu Nischayammu Raa

Banner: Shiva Raj Films

Cast: Srinivas Reddy, Poorna

Producer: Siva Raj Kanumuri, Sathish Kanumuri

Story, screenplay, direction: Siva Raj Kanumuri

Music: Ravichandra


Editing: Venkat

Censor report: U

Release date: 25th November


Sarva Mangalam (Srinivas Reddy), a village guy from Karimnagar acquires a government job at Kakinada. He then strives for a transfer to his native place in order to look after his mother who has a bad health condition. In the process he happens to see Rani (Poorna) and initially falls in love with her. Planning to start her own business, Rani visits a Municipal office for help where Sarva works. He gets close to her and decides to express his love. Then he realizes that Rani has already fallen in love with his boss (Ravi Varma) who has been betraying her in the name of help. How Sarva helps Rani, whether he wins her love and gets transferred to his village form the rest of the story.

Cast and crew performance:

Srinivas Reddy has done a fabulous job playing an innocent and superstitious man. His performance in emotional scenes brings out the best in him and showcases the versatility in him. Heroine Poorna looks quite appealing in her role and suits well as an independent woman.

Ravichandra’s music is quite refreshing and holds the feel throughout the film. Cinematography is a huge asset. Production values are good. Director Siva Raj Kanumuri has handled the movie quite well and has also succeeded in making a family entertainer. Had the screenplay been more pacy the film would have been to next level.


Srinivas Reddy

Feel good story

Comedy in parts


Few drags in second half

Stretched screenplay

Final verdict:

Jayammu Nischayammu Raa is a fresh and feel good movie that appeals more to the multiplex audience whereas it would not go well in the B,C centres. Srinivas Reddy’s performance, music and cinematography are things to watch for. Drags in second half and a slow paced screenplay might not appeal to those who prefer action based flicks. Watch it for the lead pair and pleasant narration.

Deccan Report: 3/5

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