The third collaboration of Nandamuri Balakrishna and Boyapati Sreenu “Akhanda” carried massive expectations considering that the duo’s previous two films “Simha” and “Legend” were hits. In line with all the hype, Akhanda’s trailer promises to be an extraordinary mass film that NBK fans expect from their favorite morning idol.
The trailer shows two variations of Balayya – one as a Balayya class with modern clothing and the other as Aghora named Akhanda in “Oora” mass change. Balayya seems to have justified both the roles. He takes the central stage as Aghora Akhanda who is law to himself. Akhanda is a danger to his gorillas and he saves, protects the helpless.
Srikanth stuns like a villain. His restructuring as an antagonist is in harmony with Boyapati’s massive villain. The confrontation between Balayya and Srikanth is expected to stand out. Thaman’s beat background score and Bodapati mark-strong dialogues and Ram Prasad’s images are all in perfect sync with Boyapati’s films raising the “mass”.
‘Anchana Veyadaniki Nuvvemanna Polavaram Dam Aa, Pattiseema Thomaa … Pilla Kaluva, ”says Panche-kattu Balayya in his style.
Akhanda arrives when “hope dies”, when “there is no faith” and when “evil spreads its wings faster”. This sums up what Akhanda is all about and how he will face the evil forces. The divine elements are well absorbed and in general, the trailer shows a few glimpses. The scale of the film is huge. Producer Miryala Ravinder Reddy seems to have splurged for the film. An overall trailer indicates that Akhanda is solely Balayya’s film with Boyapati’s brand.