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Falaknuma Das Movie Review

Release date : May 31, 2019
Starring : Vishwak Sen,Saloni Mishra,Uttej
Director :   Vishwak Sen
Producers : Karate Raju
Music Director :  Vivek Sagar
Rating : 2.5/5

Falaknuma Das is a film which has made a decent buzz with its trailers. The rustic drama has hit the screens today and let’s see how the film turns out to be.

Story:

Das(Viswak Sen) is a happy go lucky youth in the area of Falaknuma. He and his gang are always into fights with others and get into trouble all the time. One fine day, they decide to settle down in life and start meat selling business. But because of Das and his hot-blooded nature, the gang gets into trouble and Das is booked in a police case. Rest of the story is as to how Das being a low-class guy comes out of all his troubles and settles down in life.

Plus Points:

Vishwak Sen & Co
Dialogues
Music
Realistic Treatment
Four to Five Goosebumps Moments

Minus Points:

Length
Lags
Over Massy
Just For One Section Audience

Technical Aspects:

One of the biggest assets of the film is the manner in which it is adapted in Telugu. It has been set beautifully in the old city and every scene looks realistic and raw. Camerawork needs a special mention as the rustic locales of Hyderabad have been showcased in an amazing manner. Music is good and even better was the background score. Dialogues were full of fun and will connect with the masses completely. Every character has been styled naturally. The production design was superb and so was the editing. Two songs should been avoided.

Coming to the director Viswak Sen, he makes a decent debut as a director. Viswak’s shot-making has style, creativity, and a realistic feel. He has put his heart and soul in the film and showcased all his real-life experiences quite well. If he had made the second half even crispier the effect would have been even better.

Verdict:

On the whole, Falaknuma Das is an intense and realistic crime drama which has a decent first half. The setup, earthy characters, performances, and realistic narration are big assets. But the second half is a let down as the film is clearly made for the masses and will only appeal to them. But all those who look for something different and classy, this film is too hard to digest as it filled with violence and routine story.

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