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Avane Srimannarayana Review: An Indian Style Indiana Jones

Avane Srimannarayana Review An Indian Style Indiana Jones

Avane Srimannarayana Review An Indian Style Indiana Jones

Avane Srimannarayan a must-watch unusual film: Athade Srimannarayana is an unusual film made in Kannada and released as Avane Srimannarayana in Telugu on 1st and in Tamil today, January 3. This Quentin Tarantino genre fantasy adventure film also has comedy to entertain the audience differently. Only because of its reach even with much overseas audience, it is fast reaching the 100 crore box office collections.

Storyline: The protagonist is a quirky cop played well by Rakshit Shetty and carried the whole movie on his shoulders. He is after a lost treasure during the 1980s, and how he finds it fighting the feudal lords in their fantasy world with cowboys and bars is the story. The west fantasy adventure movies of Quentin Tarantino, Chuck Norris, and others are well brought to the Indian audience. There is more of the Indiana Jones-style with the most unconventional film making, which is new for the Indian screens.

Rakshit Shetty plays well the role of the wild west heroes in the khaki uniform. His casual acting as the quirky cop in search of the treasure to overcome the hurdles adds the new quality to the movie. The female lead is just another west glam girl in the film with not much opportunity to act.


Avane Srimannarayana is a must-watch for those who love movies as a wholesome entertainer. The film crew has now also accepted to reduce the movie length, as it is too long to lose its value. It is a new intelligent attempt by the debutant director Sachin Ravi who also edited the film well.

Karm Chawla brings the fantasy backdrop of the movie is an excellent way to the audience as if they see a western type fantasy movie. Also, the background score by Ajaneesh Loknath helps the film to bring the fantasy of the west adventure to Indian screens in a profound way for the audience to have an unusual and exciting experience.

Avane Srimannarayana Review: An Indian Style Indiana Jones