Cast: – Ashish Gandhi, Chitra Shukla, TNR, Rangasthalam Fame Naga Mahesh, Appaji Ambarish, etc.
Director:- Rajkumar Bobby
Producer:- Bobby Yedidha, Rajesh Bobburi
Music Director:- Peddapalli Rohith
Cinematography: – Harikrishna
Natakam Fame Ashish Gandhi and Rangularatnam Fame Chitra Shukla have made a movie titled Uniki under the banner of Evergreen Entertainments which was directed by Bobby and is scheduled for release today. Let’s see how this movie is.
This movie story revolves around the charter of Subba Lakshmi (Chitra Shulka) who was born into a poor family and struggles hard to become a collector in Godavari district. Its sole purpose is to help and serve the poor as much as possible. Unfortunately, she gets in trouble because of the local thugs. What are the obstacles encountered by Subbalakshmi? how did she overcome the situations? In the process, an attack was made on Subbalakshmi. Who planned to kill Subbalakshmi? Between all this, what is the relationship between Subba Lakshmi and Abhi (Ashish Gandhi)? Whether Subbalakshmi achieved his goal forms the rest of the story.
The emotional scenes of this film are captured, we will include the climax revealed by TNR.
Ashish Gandhi, Chitra Shukla, TNR, Naga Mahesh have done a tremendous job in their respective roles and engaging the audience.
Special credit to Chitra Shulka who did a wonderful job in her role and had a huge impact on the audience. The rest of the cast and crew did their best to engage this film. The dialogues of this film are too good and well written.
This film connects all sections of the audience. Each character has an important role. Racy screenplay and director had given the best of himself to present this film.
Coming from the technical team, the director had handled the emotional scenes well. Even though it’s his film, he directed it as if he were experienced. The cinematography is too good. The music is at its best. Editing is ok. The production values are lavish.
Overall, Uniki is a film that engages all sections of the audience and is a thought-provoking film. Lots of elements is this movie will engage you all. Dialogues, moving scenes, etc. The production values are lavish. The music is also too good.
Finally, a Uniki that makes you think.