Young actor Vishwak Sen made an impressive debut with Ee Nagaraniki Emayyindi last year. His second film is titled Falaknuma Das. Vishwak Sen himself produced and directed this rustic mass entertainer that is set in the backdrop of Old City, Hyderabad. Saloni Mishra and Harshita Gaur are the female leads and Uttej, Abhinav, Tharun Bhascker played other crucial roles. Falaknuma Das is releasing across the globe today. Here is the complete review of Falaknuma Das:
Falaknuma Das is all about the story of a youngster named Das (Vishwak Sen) who is born and brought up in the rustic environment of Falaknuma region. He always dreams of making it big in the region by turning a don. An unexpected clash with the opponents land Das in trouble and the rest of Falaknuma Das is all about how he overcame all the obstacles and stood tall in life. Watch Falaknuma Das to know about the rest.
Overdose of vulgar dialogues
Vishwak Sen lives up the expectations as an actor. He has been perfect and fit in the role and carried the entire film on his shoulders. The leading ladies Saloni Mishra and Harshita Gaur had limited roles and they did their jobs well. Uttej has been a huge support and performed well. Abhinav and Tharun Bhascker have been loud in their assignments. All the other actors lived up to the expectations.
Falaknuma Das has a lean plot but the dialogues have been penned with perfection. Though the first half of the film looks decent, the second half turns clumsy. The background score and the songs are the major highlights of Falaknuma Das. The cinematography work looks decent and the production values have been apt. Vishwak Sen fails as a director though he impresses the audience big time as an actor.
Falaknuma Das has a decent first half but the clumsy second half makes the film fall flat. Vishwak Sen tops the show with his acting skills.