Akhanda OTT Release Date, Digital Rights and OTT Platform


Akhanda OTT Release Date: Akhanda is an Action and Dram Tollywood movie which Boyapati Srinu directs. Balakrishna, Pragya Jaiswal, works as the lead actors in this movie. Music is composed by Thaman S. This movie is releasing on 2nd December 2021 in theaters.


Akhanda OTT Release Date

Movie Name Akhanda
Genre Action Drama
Satellite Rights AHA
Digital Rights AHA
OTT Release Date Jan 2022
Rating 4.5/5
OTT Platform AHA

Akhanda Movie Cast

Name Akhanda
Genre Action Drama
Release Date 02-Dec-21
Cast Balakrishna, Pragya Jaiswal
Director Boyapati Srinu
Producer Miryala Ravinder Reddy
Music Thaman S
Rating 4.5/5

Akhanda Movie Story

Twins isolated upon entering the world experience childhood in two unique locales. One of them turns into an upright landowner Muralikrishna (Balakrishna) in Ananthapuram. The other is raised as Akhanda (Balakrishna) by Sadhus in Benaras.

Murali Krishna fabricates medical clinics and schools in his locale. Individuals love him. In Karnataka, a malicious individual kills a mathadipathi and assumes his place. He designates Varadarajulu (Srikanth) to run a mining organization in Rayalaseema.

Recently named authority Sarwani (Pragya Jaiswal) and the state’s secretary for the climate (Poorna) think that Varadarajulu’s organization is mining Uranium on the affection of copper. But then again, Sarwani rapidly goes gaga for Muralikrishna and gets hitched.

‘Akhanda,’ the third trip in the blend of Balakrishna and Boyapati, starts many fights and gets directly to the central matter. It is a basic story. The story is a reiterated adaptation of Boyapati’s hit motion pictures, nearer to ‘Legend.’

The primary half is acceptable with the heartfelt track among Balakrishna and Pragya Jaiswal and a few battles. However, it is a more significant amount of activity for the appearance of the nominal person – Akhanda. At the point when trust bites the dust when insidious spread its wings, Akhanda shows up!

When Akhanda enters the scene, the show is by all accounts heading for a comfortable ride, with Balakrishna in his massy ‘sadhu’ symbol mouths unique discoursed. The underlying bits in the subsequent half are bolting. The vibe of Akhanda and the presentation get everyone’s attention. Notwithstanding the oddity and rapid grasp of peter as Boyapati peppers the account with pounded into the groundmass components that we have effectively found in his past works.

Akhanda is a strong power with divine powers on his side. However, the reprobates look excessively frail. With no solid resistance, Akhanda’s superhuman person turns boring also. Indeed, there are some eminently arranged battles. Be that as it may, they turn dreary. After a point, we feel, for what reason is Akhanda battling, when he can, without much of a stretch, crush them with one clenched hand. Also, one scene after the other turns into a ‘rise of bravery.’

The most fantastic aspect of the film is the plan of Akhanda’s getup and Balakrishna’s presentation on the job. The failure is that it doesn’t offer anything past these two angles. The film neither has amusement nor sentiment. Like consistently, Boyapati has not thought often about the rationale part. The NIA examination and Poorna’s job are models.

Akhanda Movie Trailer



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