Review: Jayammu Nischayammu Raa

Cast: Srinivas Reddy, Poorna, Jogi Brothers, Krishna Bhagavan, Ravi Varma and Krishnudu

Editing: Venkat

Cinematography: Nagesh

Music: Ravi Chandran

Story-Screenplay-Producer-Direction: Bakkiya Raj Kannan

After scoring a success with Geethanjali, comedian Srinivas Reddy has come up with his second venture as a solo hero, Jayammu Nischayammu Ra. It was directed by debutant Sivaraj Kanumuri. The film was released today and we bring you the review of it:


Sarva Mangalam (Srinivas Reddy) hails from a small village in Karimnagar district. He believes a lot of superstitions and does whatever an astrologer says to get a government job. Finally, he gets a government job in Kakinada. He shifts to Kakinada and comes across a girl called Rani (Poorna) and falls for her.

Sarva Mangalam tries a lot to impress Rani. He also tries to get transferred to his village to stay with his mother. Hence, he does whatever his boss orders him to do so. Meanwhile, he comes to know that Rani is in love with his boss. But Sarva Mangalam decides to convey to Rani that his boss is not the guy she deserves. What did he do then? How did he overcome his problems? Did he propose Rani? Will he get transferred? You should watch the film to know the answers.


Srinivas Reddy has given a neat performance in the lead role. He pulled off two different shades in his character quite well. The whole story revolves around him and he did complete justice to it. Poorna looks good in the traditional attire and performed well in her role. The comedy track between Posani and Praveen will entertain the audience. Rest of the cast has done their job well.

Thumbs up:

  • Srinivas Reddy
  • Story
  • Music
  • Cinematography

Thumbs down:

  • Dragged screenplay
  • First half
  • Routine story

Technical and overall analysis:

Director Shivaraj seems to be inspired by the Telugu novel Alpajeevi. Though it is his first film, he did a good job and tried to convey the story with ample of comedy sequences. But few comedy dialogues went overboard. The cinematography is good and locations of Kakinada and Bheemili were shown beautifully. Music and background score by Ravi Chandran is decent.

Jayammu Nischayyammu Ra is basically a story of a person who is low on self-esteem and how he transformed into a highly confident guy to come over all the odds. The first half moves at a slow pace and tests the patience of the audience. The main story comes in the second half and keeps the viewers engaged. Few scenes are unnecessary and could’ve have been easily cut during the editing. Overall, this film turns out to be a good family entertainer.

One-line verdict:

Feel good movie!