Kalapuram Telugu Movie Review: One of Tollywood’s most well-known actors, Satyam Rajesh has previously played various roles during his career. However, his upcoming film, Kalapuram, will mark his debut as the film’s protagonist and the film grabbed the attention after Pawan Kalyan unveiled the trailer, well the film finally released today August 26, 2022, without any delay let’s jump into the in-depth review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.
A man who wants to make movies but hasn’t been able to find a producer stumbles upon one who agrees to finance his project on the condition that it be shot in a small town called Kalapuram. From there, the story turns unexpectedly when the filmmaker gets caught up in a gambling case, Finally, who was behind this is forms the rest of the story.
Cast & Crew
Satyam Rajesh, Sanchitha Poonacha, Kaashima Rafi, Chitram Seenu, Praveen Yendamuri, and Janardhan, the film was directed by Karuna Kumar, while the cinematography has done by Prasad G.K, Music is composed by Manisharma, while the film edited by S.B. Raju Talari and the film produced by Zee Studios & R4 Entertainments.
|Producer||Zee Studios & R4 Entertainments.|
|Cast||Satyam Rajesh, Sanchitha Poonacha, Kaashima Rafi, Chitram Seenu, Praveen Yendamuri, and Janardhan|
|Editor||S.B. Raju Talari|
Kalapuram movie plot is quite interesting as it mostly connects with those who struggle to make a film and apart from that the film has a lot of elements that none of the elements engages you, though there are a bunch of well-known comedy stars it failed to hook the audience.
well, the movie starts off interestingly by showcasing filmmaker’s struggles to find a producer but later it shifted to a regular commercial zone as we get to see non-sinc comedy, unnecessary characters all these nothing helps to the proceedings, second half of the film engages you for a while when the Satyam Rajesh starts making a film in Kalapuram village but it is also doesn’t engage for long and climax is predictable.
Satyam Rajesh shines in his role and he shows his mettle with his performance, Jabaradast Apparao justified his role and Chitram Seenu is okay and the rest of the cast did their part well as per the story requires.
Karuna Kumar pics up an interesting plot but he completely failed in presenting it on a big screen, the screenplay could have been better and he failed in landing the core emotion in the film.
Technically Kalapuram is okay as Prasad G.K’s visuals are partly good and Manisharma saved the film with his background score and the rest of the technical departments did well.
Finally, Kalapuram is a one-time watch film and if you have nothing left to watch then you can give it a try.