Akkineni Akhil was born on 8 April 1994 in San Jose, U.S.A. At the age of just one year, Akhil was seen as a child artist in the movie ‘Sisindri’, which was inspired by Hollywood movie ‘Baby’s Day Out’. The movie was hit at the Box Office. He has completed his BBA at the University of South Florida, College of Marine Science. He then graduated with Theater arts from the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in West Hollywood.
Akhil Movie Review, Rating, Public Talk: Akkineni Akhil Story Review
Akhil -The Power of Jua is produced jointly by famous Telugu actor ‘Nithin’ and his father ‘Sudhakar Reddy’ under the banner ‘Sresht Movies’. Star actors involved in this movie are Akkineni Akhil, Mahesh Manjrekar, Brahmanandam and Amyra Dastur etc. ‘Akhil’ appeared in a guest role in the movie ‘Manam’. Akhil first time appeared as a child artist in the movie ‘Sisindri’ which was inspired by a Hollywood hit movie ‘Baby’s Day Out’. There are high expectations from the audience on this movie because of the crazy combination of Akhil and V.V.Vinayak.
Sayesha Saigal is playing the female lead role in this movie. This is the first film in which she is making her debut in the film industry. leading comedian in Telugu film industry, Brahmanandam is also involved in this movie. His presence will surely have a high impact on the movie collections at box office. One more actress involved in this movie is ‘Amyra Dastur’. She already impressed several Telugu audience with her action in the Tamil dubbed Telugu movie ‘Anekudu’.
Akhil Movie Cast & Crew:
- Director is V. V. Vinayak
- Producer is Nithiin and Sudhakar Reddy
- Written by Kona Venkat (Dialogues)
- Story by Veligonda Srinivas
- Music is scored by Anup Rubens & S.S.Thaman
- Cinematography is handled by Amol Rathod
- Edited by Gautham Raju
- Production: Sreshth Movies
- Release date: 11 November 2015
- Run time: 130 minutes
The film has completed the Censor formalities and has been issued an “U / A” Certificate from the Regional Censor Board.
Akhil Movie Review: Akkineni Akhil Story Review
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- Mani Sharma BGM
- Akhil Dance
- Sayesha Glamour
- vennela kishore, Saptagiri comedy key assets
- Worst First half
- Stale comedy
- Tasteless romantic track
Akhil Movie Review: 2.25/5
On the whole, Akhil is yet another routine and dragged out commercial entertainer. If you are ok with the same old story line, routine comedy and can manage to sit through the painful run time, you might end up liking it. But for the rest, other than Akhil’s screen presence and some decent songs, this film has nothing much to offer and ends up as just a below average affair.