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Vijayanand Review In Telugu: On December 9, 2022, the biopic Vijayanand came out in Kannada and other important languages. Real events in the life of Dr. Vijay Sankeshwar gave the movie its plot. Since people go to the movies to have fun, let’s get right to the point and figure out if this movie is fun.

Vijayanand Review In Telugu


Nihal plays Vijay Sankeshwar, a 19-year-old who uproots his life and moves to the small city of Gadag in northern Karnataka. Even though there were problems, he decided to start a transportation business with just one car. At the end of his story, Vijayanand talks about how he overcame difficulties to build up a fleet of 4,300 cars.

Cast & Crew

Some examples are Anish Kuruvilla, V. Ravichandran, Nihal, Shri Anant Nag, Bharath Bopanna, Siri Prahalad, Vinaya Prasad, Ramesh Bhat, Dayal Padmanabhan, Shine Shetty, and Archana Cottage. Anand Sankeshwar is in charge of making the movie. Keertan Poojary and Gopi Sundar were the cinematographers, and Rishika Sharma was the director.

Movie NameVijayanand
DirectorRishika Sharma
Music DirectorGopi Sundar
ProducerAnand Sankeshwar
GenreBiographical Drama
CastShri Anant Nag, Nihal, Bharath Bopanna, Siri Prahalad, Vinaya Prasad, Prakash Belwadi, V Ravichandran, Anish Kuruvilla, Ramesh Bhat, Dayal Padmanabhan, Shine Shetty, and Archana Cottage
CinematographyKeertan Poojary

Movie Verdict

Over the years, a number of biopics have shown a man with big dreams moving to a big city and packing up his things to get ahead and become a powerful businessman or politician. This biography tells the interesting story of Vijay Sankeshwar’s adventures in a new way that keeps the reader interested. The dull plot is more than made up for by the setting and atmosphere.

In the second half of the book, when Vijay Sankeshwar wants to keep the reader interested, the pace picks up a lot. The main problem with the video is that it changes scenes in a weird way. The people who made the game seem to have taken a lot of random pictures without trying to tell a story. The director did a great job of showing how the politics and greed of competing business owners led to the collapse of the main character’s company. However, there are a few important parts that seem dull and lifeless. If there had been enough emotion in the movie and it had happened in the second half, it might have been a lot better. Even though it has problems, the movie has some good points that will appeal to a certain group.

As the father of Vijay Sankeshwar, Ananth Nag and the rest of the cast do a great job. Both good and bad things happen in Archana Cottage. Nihal’s take on Vijay Sankeshwar doesn’t meet the requirements for the role, which is a shame. Bharath Bopanna, Siri Prahalad, Vinaya Prasad, Prakash Belwadi, V Ravichandran, Anish Kuruvilla, Ramesh Bhat, Dayal Padmanabhan, and Shine Shetty all performed admirably in “Baahubali: The Conclusion.”

The director of the movie, Rishika Sharma, deserves credit for making people aware of this little-known story. The Padma Shri award winner, Dr. Vijay Sankeshwar, also has a long and interesting history. For a movie based on a true story to make the audience feel something, the director must take some artistic license. In Rishika Sharam’s film, the original story was changed in ways that are hard to explain. Some sequences, for example, try too hard to be funny in order to appeal to the audience’s sense of humor. She did, however, manage to get some of them interested in her.

Technically, Vijayanand is fine, but there are some problems with the way it looks. The cinematography, lighting, and framing done by Keertan Poojary completely pull the audience into Vijayanand’s world and advance the plot. Even though the songs were popular in Kannada, the Telugu versions were not as well-liked.

He did a great job, though, and the rest of Vijayanand is also a great biography.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Art Desing
  • Background Score

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Scenes
  • Over Board Cinematic Liberties
  • Lacks the Emotion

Rating: 2.75/5

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