Director Raaja Kiran is back with a suspense thriller titled Tripura. The film has hit the screens today, let’s see how it is.
Tripura (Swathi) is a happy going girl lives in a village. She has some special powers to foresee incidents in her dreams. Her weird dreams turn out to be true in the real life. By seeing Tripura’s medical condition, her father decides to consult a doctor (Naveen Chandra) in Hyderabad. During her treatment, she falls in love with the young doctor and marries him. One day, Tripura gets an appalling dream, in which she kills her husband with a knife. What will Tripura do now? Will this dream come true? That forms rest of the story.
The role is cakewalk for bubbly colors Swathi. She is perfect in the role and delivered impressive performance. Naveen Chandra played the role of a doctor, he is apt. the comedy scenes done by Shakalaka Shankar and Jayaprakesh Reddy are good. Saptagiri delivered hilarious performance in the climax. Rao Ramesh is okay. Pooja Ramachandran is good at her role.
Camera work is fantastic and the selection of locations is brilliant. The production values of the film are rich. Direction by Raj Kiran is packed with low content and poor screenplay but with top-notch technical values. The script written by Kona Venkat is amazing. Dialogues are decent. Music is not up to the mark, and the romantic song in the second half could have been removed. Second half is dragging; the film could have been made crisp by the editor.
• Naveen Chandra
• Sapthagiri and Shankar comedy
• Second half
• Routine horror
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