Srikanth Movie Review and Rating

Srikanth is a biographical film on the life of Srikanth Bolla, a visually impaired industrialist and the founder of Bollant Industries. It is directed by Tushar Hiranandani. Initially set to release theatrically in September 2023, Srikanth was released on 10th May 2024.

Star Cast:
Rajkummar Rao as Srikanth Bolla
Jyothika as Devika Malvade
Alaya F as Swathi
Sharad Kelkar as Ravi Mantha
Jameel Khan as A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Srinivas Beesetty as Damodar Bolla
Anusha Nuthul as Venkatamma Bolla
Srikant Manna and Arnav Abdagire as young Srikanth Bolla
Aarav Khot as Narendra Bolla
Akshay Chaudhary as young Narendra Bolla
Bharat Jadhav as Magistrate
Sridhar Murthy as S N Venugopal
Sukhita Aiyyar as Vidya Reddy
Vinita Venugopal as Kavita Mantha
Om Kanojiya as Mahesh
Clarissa Saaiman as Kelly
Siboniso Tadeus Mbatha as Edward
Arnav Bansal as Vishnu
Arun Malik as Convent school principal
Saurav Joshi as a school teacher
Vivek Mishra in a special appearance
Hansal Mehta in a special appearance

MOVIE REVIEW: Srikanth is a cinematic gem that deserves to be seen and celebrated. Srikanth embarks on a heartfelt journey that resonates deeply with its audience. The film not only entertains but also enlightens, shedding light on the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities in a society rife with obstacles. Directed by Tushar Hiranandani, the narrative effortlessly navigates through the highs and lows of Srikanth’s life, leaving an indelible mark on viewers.

The first half sets the stage, immersing us in Srikanth’s world as he defies odds and pursues higher education in US. The portrayal of his struggles, especially against the backdrop of an unforgiving education system, strikes a chord. In the second half, the film delves deeper into the harsh realities of the job market for the physically disabled. The incorporation of a political twist adds layers to the narrative. While the film’s music may not reach the heights of its other aspects, the background score effectively enhances the emotional resonance of key moments.

Rajkummar Rao’s portrayal of the titular character deserves an award, showcasing his versatility and acting prowess. His nuanced performance captures the essence of Srikanth’s journey, earning him accolades and applause. Jyothika shines as Devika, Srikanth’s teacher & mentor. Alaya F and Jameel Khan was decent. Sharad Kelkar impresses as Ravi Mantha, the investor who believes in Srikanth’s vision.

Srikanth Movie Rating:
Direction 3.5/5
Acting 4/5
Dialogues 3/5
Story 3.5/5
Screenplay 3.5/5
Overall Hit ya Flop Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars (Very Good)

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