Starring: Rajendra Prasad, Naresh Agastya, Rakendu Mouli, Gnaneswari Kandregula, Satya Prakash, Jeevan Kumar and others.
Director: Pavan Sadineni
Producer: Vishnu Prasad and Sushmitha Konidela
Music Director: Shravan Bharadwaj
Cinematography : Vivek Kalepu
Editor: Gowtham Nerusu
Release Date : December 31,2021
Rajendra Prasad is back in a new avatar and in an author-backed role for the film Senapathi. The film is live on AHA and, read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it.
Krishna is an orphan who grows up to become this tough cop. His aim is to get a promotion as an IPS officer. But sadly, he loses his service revolver. The revolver reaches an old man named Krishnamurthy(Rajendra Prasad) who uses it for his own good. How does Krishna finds his revolver back and how the cases are interlinked is the story.
Rajendra Prasad is shown in a completely new look for this film. He dishes out a knockout performance and does so well. The manner in which he showcased emotions in a strong way is also impressive. Credit should go to director Pawan Sadineni for extracting such a performance from him. Naresh Agastya, who played the young cop has also done well in his crucial role.
Senapathi is a crime thriller and director Pawan has made sure that he does not add any masala to it. He is to the point and makes sure the film has good intense moments.
Actor Rakendu Mouli, Harshavardhan, and ‘Josh’ Ravi, who also wrote catchy lyrics for the film, are well-suited for the roles. He tried to show through this movie that every man has a shade of gray and it is impossible to say when and how it will come out.
Rajendra Prasad’s character proves that even people who believe in the system have no choice but to rebel against it at some point. The film has a slow pace but there is enough meat for us to savor it. Induvadana is a well-made film with good thrills. Takes time to grow on you but it is a gripping watch.
Bottom Line – Gripping drama