Srinivasa Kalyanam tweet review: Here’s what audience has to say about Nithiin and Raashi Khanna starrer

The film that has got a U certificate from the censor board with a runtime of 2.20 hours, is receiving mixed reviews from the audience on social media.

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Srinivasa Kalyanam tweet review: Here's what audience has to say about Nithiin and Raashi Khanna starrer

Nithiin and Raashi Khanna starrer Srinivasa Kalyanam has finally hit the screens today. The pre-release buzz of the film was quite high, which only raised expectations among the audience. The makers left no stone unturned in the film’s promotions. The story of the film revolves around Vasu (Nithiin) who works as a designer in Chandigarh and is a believer in family traditions. He falls in love with a girl (Raashi Khanna), who is the daughter of a billionaire (Prakash Raj), who does not believe in family values. Srinivasa Kalyanam is all about the wedding and how things go across between the two different families.

The film that has got a U certificate from the censor board with a runtime of 2.20 hours, is receiving mixed reviews from the audience on social media. Srinivasa Kalyanam has received mixed reviews and ratings from the audience.

Let’s take a look at some viewers’ reactions to the film shared on Twitter. Check out the audience response below:-


Srinivasa Kalyanam is being produced by Dil Raju and also stars veteran actor Prakash Raj in a pivotal role. The film will bring back the DIL trio – Nithiin, Prakash Raj and producer Raju. Interestingly, it was with DIL that producer Raju got the name Dil Raju since it was his first film as a producer.

The music of Srinivasa Kalyanam is being rendered by Mickey J Meyer while the cinematography is handled by Sameer Reddy. Besides directing the film, Satish Vegesna has also penned down the story, dialogues and screenplay of the film. Srinivasa Kalayanam is the director’s second film and coincidentally with the same production house. Satish Vegesna’s debut film as director was Shatamanam Bhavati which went on to win a National Award.

    Anonymous

    what a boring movie !!!! Too much lecture…

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