Pawan Kalyan’s film Agnyaathavaasi released today. The film, a Sankranthi special, will reportedly have seven shows in the theatres in Andhra Pradesh and five in Telangana.
Directed by Trivikram Srinivas and produced by S Radha Krishna under the banner Haarika & Hassine Creations, Agnyaathavaasi has been shot in exotic locations across Europe. Apart from Pawan Kalyan, the film stars Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emmanuel, Aadhi Pinisetty, Boman Irani, Kushboo, Parag Tyagi, Rao Ramesh, Sampath Raj and Murali Sharma. Anirudh Ravichander is making his debut as music composer in the Telugu film industry while V Manikandan is the cinematographer.
The story revolves around an exiled heir to billionaire, who comes back to avenge his father’s death and make things right in his company.
Here are some Twitter reactions:
— Santosh Munuganti (@santu4u456) January 10, 2018
— Surendhar MK (@SurendharMK) January 10, 2018
Woke up with so much excitement about this combination. Left with such a bad taste. Disappointed! #Agnyaathavaasi
— Vrinda Prasad (@vrindaprasad) January 10, 2018
???? I certainly didn’t see that coming…no other way to describe the feeling..A bad film which goes nowhere! #Agnyaathavaasi
— Hemanth Kumar C R (@crhemanth) January 10, 2018
#Agnyaathavaasi – A wasted oppurtunity. When u hav a star with hige fan base u just need a decent movie. But here no clue wat Dir Trivikram is trying to do. Not even a single interesting scene, zero mass scene, horrible performances, avg music. Nothing worked in favor of d film.
— Christopher Kanagaraj (@Chrissuccess) January 10, 2018
What really is the purpose of a heroine in a Trivikram film? I find none… let me know if I am wrong. Also, why so stupid? #Agnyaathavaasi
— Pranita Jonnalagedda (@PranitaRavi) January 10, 2018
Despite treading a tried-and-tested path, #Agnyaathavaasi falls flat like a deck of cards. When will Trivikram realize it takes more than just good, powerful dialogues to make a story work? #PawanKalyan does his best but his performance doesn’t save the film from going downhill.
— Haricharan Pudipeddi (@pudiharicharan) January 10, 2018