REVIEW : JAYA JANAKI NAYAKA -2/5
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Bottom Line: One time watchable
In Jaya Janaki Nayaka, Sreenivas is a character who has many things in his mind to accomplish. Sarath Kumar was also seen in an important role along with Aadhi Pinnsetty and Pragya Jaiswal. Rakul Preet falls for Sreenivas but he doesn’t. While Janaki(Rakul Preet Singh) tries to change his character, even he falls in love with her. A tragedy which happens in the life of Janaki will change the life of Janaki. Sreenivas will be saving Janaki from all the enemies who try to kill them. Watch the movie in the big screen.
Bellamkonda Sreenivas had a decent start with his first two films. Now he joined his hands with Boyapati Srinu to bring another mass masala action entertainer. The trailer says it all with the action sequences and the powerful punch dialogues. Bellamkonda Sreenivas is shown as a lover boy as well as powerful character who play with his enemies. Rakul Preeth Singh's style of acting is enjoyable and her costume adds more beauty to her.
There is one more big name attached to this movie and that is music director Devi Sri Prasad. His previous collaborations with Boyapati had been successful and the tunes he delivered for this movie are okay and there is a lot of anticipation on the re-recording. The songs which were shot in rich locations were entertaining. The one thing about the film is, there are so many big actors in the film who doesn’t have enough characterization which made them look smaller while the other character has given the hype. The editing part is not satisfactory and the screenplay is average.
Jaya Janaki Nayaka second half has loads of action and ton of sentiment. Rakul did her part like in director’s previous film, but needs a hero who can equally emote. Lot of blocks reminds us Boyapati’s previous film. Overall Jaya Janaki Nayaka is just another routine movie which is a regular one. This movie caters to a section of audience who like mass movies. Very predictable story and Boyapati stirs the pot by introducing myriad characters. Rakul Preeth Singh's acting and Bellomkonda Sreenivas's dance and fighting scenes are the only plus in the movie.