Nara Rohit and Naga Shourya-starrer film "Jo Achyutananda," which hit the screens around the world on Sept. 9, has garnered positive reviews and good ratings from the critics.
Written by Srinivas Avasarala, "Jo Achyutananda" is a romantic comedy movie, which revolves around the story of two brothers Atchyut (Nara Rohit) and Anand (Naga Shourya), who are close to each other. Atchyut and Anand fall in love with the same girl, named Jyotsna (Regina Cassandra). A small mishap creates differences and rift between the two. What happens next forms the crux of the story.
Srinivas Avasarala has penned an interesting story for "Jo Achyutananda" and he keep the audience engaged with his humorous narration in the first half of the movie. Though the pace of his narration is slow, he has managed to make an interesting watch, say the critics.
As brothers, Nara Rohit and Naga Shourya have delivered good performances, which are the big assets of "Jo Achyutananda." Regina Cassandra has good scope for performance in the film and she has done justice to it. Nani's cameo is also one among the highlights of the movie, say the critics.
"Jyo Achyutananda" has been produced by Sai Korrapati under his banner Varahi Chalana Chitram and it has good production values. Some comedy scenes, music and cinematography are the attractions on the technical front, add the viewers. We bring you critics' verdict and ratings for the film. Continue to see them in the "Jo Achyutananda" review round-up:
'Jyo Achyutananda' is a good film with a hilarious first half. Though the second is a bit slow, but Srinivas Avasarala has managed to pull it off. In recent times many small films with good content have been hits in Tollywood and 'Jyo Achyutananda' falls in the same category.
The first half of the film is creative and humorous. Second half goes haywire. Climax is better. Plus points are creative narrating style in the first half, dialogues and performances. On the flipside, an engaging second half would have done wonders for this film. The narration is very slow. On a whole, Jyo Achyutananda is a multiplex film!
Jyo Atchutananda is a beautiful film about love, brotherhood and family values. The engaging first half and a superb chemistry between Nara Rohit and Naga Shourya will entertain you thoroughly. Srinivasa Avasarla shows his caliber yet again and takes you on a journey filled with many happy and emotional moments. The film is bound to work exceptionally well in the A centres and overseas audience. Finally, if you just ignore the slightly slow second half, this is a film which can be watched with the entire family and come out with a big smile on your face.
A hilarious family entertainer, it's a breezy, heart-touching bromance to boot.
Jyo Achyutananda could have been a groundbreaking film if Srinivas didn't head into the routine format after starting it off in a novel way. Nonetheless Jyo Achyutananda is a good entertainer with many laughs and well pictured emotions. It may not appeal to the tastes of B and C center audiences that prefer masala over content. It will definitely impress the urban audience and should be a winner at the box office.