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March 12, 2008



First up, I would like to congratulate Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi alias Krish on achieving his dream of becoming a film director. I had had the chance of knowing him personally as my senior during my graduate program in USA. We had quite a few discussions on films and he always surprised me with his “out-of-box” thinking and approach towards filmmaking. When he set out to Hyderabad to realize his dream of becoming a film director, we all knew that he would achieve his dream sooner or later – it was just a matter of time.

Having known Krish and his outlook towards films, I set high expectations when I went to watch Gamyam over the last weekend in the Washington DC metro area and I must say, he surpassed my expectations by making a sensible love story with a philosophical touch. Telugu audiences always encourage directors who make meaningful movies and the presence of a good audience for this movie over the weekend was a reinstatement to this fact; a great feat considering an inclement weather situation in the DC area over the past weekend.

The story is about a rich young man who discovers his inner-self after going through some experiences that change his outlook towards life. Narrating an artistic story in a commercially entertaining way is a bold attempt for a debutant and Krish did a great job in doing so. Every character seems to be etched for a definite purpose and there is lucidity in the story narration.

Sharwanand did a good job; but it is Naresh who steals the show with his maverick performance. His dialogs evoked good response from the audience. Lyrics by Seetarama Sastry Garu deserve a special mention but slightly better music would have done wonders to the movie from a music perspective.

It is good to see young and talented directors make their foray in the Telugu film industry churning out good meaningful movies. Krish has a great future and he should continue to make meaningful movies like Gamyam. I strongly recommend this movie to Telugu movie lovers who have been served with routine formula movies in the recent past. My hearty congratulations to Krish on his success and I wish him many more!

Sreekanth Devarakonda

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