Swathimuthyam Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Swathimuthyam Movie Review: Since he accomplished a great job producing his first kid, Bellamkonda Srinivas, Konda, Bellam Suresh has been one of TFI’s most successful producers. Bellamkonda Ganesh, his second son, is next in line. He made his first film, Swathimuthyam, which was surprisingly low-budget. The trailer for the movie generated a lot of buzz, so whomever put it together did a good job of advertising the film. As time went on, both the film and its soundtrack were released.

Swathimuthyam Movie Review


The electrical sector is lucky to have someone as pleasant as Ganesh (Bellamkonda Ganesh). His family arranges for him to meet Varsha, and that’s how they first become acquainted. Many of his philosophical beliefs are shared with Varsha. When Ganesh finally recognises that he has a problem, a surprising turn of events occurs.

Cast & Crew

Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, and Pragathi feature in this film directed by Lakshman K. Krishna. Suryaa helmed the film, while Mahati Swara Sagar composed the score; both he and Suryadevara Naga Vamsi (via Sithara Entertainments) were responsible for its production.

Movie Name Swathimuthyam
Director Lakshman K Krishna
Music Director Mahati Swara Sagar
Producer Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Genre Comedy Drama
Cast Ganesh Bellamkonda, Varsha Bollamma, Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, Subbaraju, Pragathi
Cinematography Suryaa

Movie Verdict

Even though movie lacked a plot, the comedy Krishna Vrinda Vihari scored well at the box office because audiences prefer lighthearted amusement to serious drama. Swathimuthyam’s humorous moments put it in the same league. Several Telugu films have risen to prominence as of late due to their engaging middle sections. The story, however, suggests that this outcome is far from guaranteed.

When the movie begins, the major character is on a date with the other main character. During this period, we get to know them more and tag along on their adventure. Since the play’s first act didn’t establish any tension, the film’s first half focuses primarily on comedic moments. Once conflict arises and the protagonist is forced to deal with his entire family, the second half of the novel really begins to pick up the pace. When things slow down, Vennela Kishore steps in to make sure everyone stays satisfied.

Varsha Bollam gained a large fan base with her performance in Bellamkonda Middle-Class Melodies, and she has now found a part that she can excel in. Everyone else in the cast does as well, including Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, and Pragathi. Ganesh made his acting debut in this film, playing a small boy. He is really skilled at conveying his emotions onstage, yet his performance betrays his lack of expertise.

Swathimuthyam is Lakshman K. Krishna’s debut feature film as a filmmaker. The play he wrote about it should have been much better, but he was only moderately successful in making the movie and having people laugh.

Though technically sound, Suryaa’s photography is subpar, and the film’s many oversaturated frames and poor colour grading detract from what is otherwise a solid drama. But the few songs by Mahati Swara Sagar translated nicely to the screen, and he and the rest of the technical crew contributed to the overall soundtrack.

It’s a lot of fun, and there are some really fantastic moments throughout Swathimuthyam.

Plus Points:

  • Comedy

Minus Points:

  • Routine Drama
  • Thin Storyline

Rating: 2.75/5

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