'SrinivasaKalyanam' – Movie Review

Release Date :09 Aug 2018

Run Time :140 Minutes

Genres :Drama Family Romance

Music :Mickey J. Meyer

Director :Vegesna Satish

Producer :Dil Raju

Satish Vegesna who gave a touching block buster ‘Sathamanam Bhavati’ has come again with yet another out and out family entertainer. ‘Srinivasa Kalyanam’ is a movie which reiterates the values in an institution called marriage and the wedding ceremony. It introduces the significance of traditional marriages to the youth of this generation and while showing the family values undercurrent. The director seems to have succeeded in his vision as well. Nithiin and Raashi made a lovely pair and rendered wonderful acting skills. The magnanimous star cast which included prominent artists in the not so prominent roles makes this movie look rich. The movie is all about, how a young pair from contrasting family back grounds come across each other, falls in love and finally gets married with the consent of their elders.


Srinivasa Raju (Vasu) Nithiin who is an architect meets Rudraraju Sridevi (Sree) Raashi Khanna who works in a coffee shop part time, in a destination wedding ceremony.  Sree falls for Vasu and so does he. Vasu later comes to know that Raashi belongs to a wealthy family. Vasu’s is a joint family belonging to a village in Godavari district. Jaya Sudha his grandmother is the head of the family. When Vasu and Sree disclose their love to their families and expresses their will to get married, Sree’s father Prakash Raj who doesn’t believe in the system of traditional marriages and feels that nothing in the world is more important to him than his business, puts forward a condition for the wedding. Nithiin accepts the condition and keeps his family unaware of the condition. How Vasu manages to change the mindset of Prakash Raj and gets married to Sree in a purely traditional way forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

  • Family emotions
  • Artist’s performance
  • Dialogues

Minus Points:

  • Long preaching dialogues at times
  • Not having youthful elements

Technical Aspects:

  • Excellent Camera Work
  • Music not to Mickey's level. But fine. 
  • Editing is not bad
  • Impressive Production Values


A perfect family entertainer which depicts the importance of traditional weddings and family bonding. Yet to know how youth would receive it.