Movie Review: Lakshya
Director: Dheerendra Santhossh Jagarlapudi
Producers: Narayan Das Narang, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao, Sharrath Marar
Music Director: Kaala Bhairava
Starring: Naga Shaurya, Jagapathi Babu, Ketika Sharma,
Release Date: 10th December 2021
Naga Shaurya starrer Lakshya based on the archery, has arrived at the theatres today on 10th December.
Story: Pardhu (Naga Shaurya) wants to become an archer. His father was also a champion in archery, but he got killed in a road accident just before the national games. His grandfather (Sachin Khedekar) inspires Pardhu and he joins a professional academy to become a national champion. But Rahul Yadav, who is one of the top players at the academy, hatches a plan to thwart Pardhu’ chances and defame him. What happens next and how does Pardhu win the championship, form the rest of the story.
· Naga Shaurya
· Production values
· Archery backdrop
· Dull climax
· Romantic track
Performance: Naga Shaurya has given an award-worthy performance. He steals the show with his screen presence in the role of an archer. His performance, gate up, six pack body, way of dialogue delivery, body language and expression are mind blowing. He has portrayed the emotions of the character in a superb way. Ketika Sharma looks good and she justifies with her role Jagapathi Babu and Sachin Khedekar excelled in their roles. Others performed accordingly in Lakshya.
Technical: The film Lakshya has decent cinematography and rich production values. But the music of Kaala Bhairava is pretty ordinary but his BGM is weak. The editing is patchy. The writing is below par. The movie lacks emotional connection.
Analysis Overall Lakshya is an average movie which focuses on the sport of archery.