Starring : Kartikeya, Anagha, Shivaji Raja, Adithya Menon
Director : Arjun Jandhyala
Producers : Amireddy Tirumal Reddy, Anil Kadiyala
Music Director : Chaitan Bharadwaj
Rating : 2.5/5
Not affected with the result of his last film, Hippi, young hero Kartikeya has come up with yet another film, titled, Guna 369. Touted as a romantic action entertainer, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how the film turns out to be.
Guna(Kartikeya), who leads a happy life with family and girlfriend Geetha(Anagha) gets cornered in a murder case. How will Guna deal with the unexpected incidents which are happening in his life? What kind of sacrifices he had to make to come out of the case? To know this, you have to watch the film in the theaters near you.
Director Arjun Jandyala has chosen a content-oriented strong storyline. But his execution part lacks intensity in a few areas. If the narration was a bit more gripping, the output could have been even better. Music by Chaitan Bharadwaj is below par as none of the songs impress the audience. But his background score during the climax portion is good and brings depth to the film. Production values for this limited budget film are impressive.
Editing work by Thammiraju is okay and he kept the runtime in limits. Cinematography by Raam Reddy is good as he tried to bring the rustic and raw texture to the film. A few mass dialogues are written in an effective manner.
On the whole, Guna 369 is a message-oriented mass film which may find takers in single screens. Watch it if you have nothing else to do.