Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya a film written and directed by Mr. Swaroop RSJ and produced by Mr.Rahul Yadav Nakka. Naveen Pollishetty as titular character and sushmita Sharma and Suhas being the star cast of the movie. Movie Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya is a movie based on detective whose life runs in danger when gets into the case regarding dead bodies found near the railway tracks in Nellore.
Here is a quick movie Review
The desk, moodboard, and the rest of the dimly lit space are a little off-kilter. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya and his assistant Sneha (Shruti Sharma) are watching movies on the big screen. They learn how to solve crimes by watching movies. The woman’s interest in becoming a detective stems from a book she read in school, The Hound of the Baskervilles. It is her responsibility to keep an eye on the movie and solve the problem before the solutions appear on the screen.
Athreya, the agent who took the person from Sherlock Holmes, is assisting her. He enters… the Nellore vegetable market wearing suspenders, a long overcoat, and a hat! Despite his stylish swagger, he’s landing on onion peels. He is not taken seriously by anyone. Cops make fun of him. Cops make fun of him. Is the agent, such as the “LIC agent,” qualified to provide answers?
Director Swaroop tells a serious crime with humour. This is not an easy combination to manage. The detective may appear amusing, but he is a skilled problem solver. He is in the midst of a difficult situation. Religious crimes based on beliefs and superstitions are being committed here; what will be discovered later is revealed in the opening sequence. Naveen Polishetty excels in the role of the shape-shifting character. He occasionally speaks Nellore yaasa (dialect), but can easily switch to a British accent, as Holmes does when addressing Dr. Watson. On other occasions, his tone and body language change. That may have given him the appearance of an impersonator, but he does an excellent job of playing the role of a sharp detective with a humorous facade. The screenplay, which the actor co-wrote with the director, tells a complex storey with multiple characters. Athreya is working on a case to advance his detective career. However, nothing is as it appears.
The film moves at a slow pace, giving Athreya and his way of working time to develop. We take a long time to realise that Athreya has been cornered. Not every crime store has to be a nail-biting thriller. Remember how some Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot stories take their time to build steam and unfold in a partial, conversational fashion, punctuated by field tours of various paths? This method could have inspired this film. However, you must maintain the viewer’s attention, and this is where the team falls short. A little trimming would have been beneficial (the film is 148 minutes long). Not every move must be spelled out and thoroughly discussed.
Swaroop and Naveen, on the other hand, think it’s admirable to tell a fascinating storey in a format similar to Chantabbayi (1986). The technical team is on hand to assist, led by Sunny Kurapati’s cinematography, which improves the mood of the storey. Mark K Robin once again provides a score that combines suspense and comedy, and he appears to have had a good time writing it. Shruti Sharma, a newcomer, plays an aspiring detective who enjoys her job but recognises that she works too many hours and could benefit from a day off compensator. Fortunately, neither the assistant nor the detective have a romantic interest.
The persistent display of a cup of coffee from Athreya is a difficult problem. Because there are no Starbucks in Nellore, did he get it in a big city? With all of the details in the film, they could have addressed this as well.
SOME PERSONAL ANALYSIS ABOUT THE MOVIE THAT MAY GIVE YOU A BETTER IDEA !!
The “Agent Srinivas Athreya” begins similarly to Chiranjeevi’s “Chantabbayi.” Despite the fact that Naveen Polishetty is designed to be exactly like Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, his character and his assistant roles give the impression that it pays homage to “Chantabbayi.” Naveen Polishetty and Shruti Sharma took a regular blowjob that didn’t involve us in the first 45 minutes. Only then will the film conclude and things become serious. Following that, the real research and thrills begin.
After the intermission, the screenplay becomes very gripping, and the final twist in the storey is quite novel. We discovered for the first time that a high-tech scam involves some dead bodies. The film begins with a disclaimer that it is a completely fictitious storey, and newspaper snippets of the actual scam are also shown in the end credits. This is a novel approach to filmmaking.
Naveen Polishetty, who plays Agent Sai Srinivas, carries the film from start to finish with his fantastic acting. He demonstrated a wide range of modulations in his dialogue. Although the film’s pace slows, Naveen’s performance accelerates it. The director also attempted to inject humour into the serious novel.
Several references to old Hollywood hits can also be found in the song ‘Chantabbayi.’ Many of the scenes are reminiscent of old films. Some references are used for spoofing and humour, while others are used for dramatic effects. We saw a lot of thrillers, but this one stands out because of its packaging. The new manager will be recognised.
The main scam and case are also linked to Agent Athreya’s personal tragedy, which is fascinating. The writer and director made a wise decision. There are also several sophisticated comedic scenes, such as the Hero naming his agency FBI – The Investigations Office of Fatima and the establishment of a similar agency FBI – Friends Bureau of Investigation, another private detective (Pilla Agent) from Hasan in Karnataka. The most thrilling scenes are in the second half of the film. On the negative side, Naveen and Shruti Sharma have no convincing track record. Why would a girl agree to be his assistant if he doesn’t perform well as an investigator? Why would she spend all day and night with him for such a small sum of money?
Is there another plausible explanation for her work as his assistant? Furthermore, one cop is tailor-made for him, while the other is a cliche. Nonetheless, “Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya” is an amusing bystander who introduces Polishetty Naveen to a talented player.