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The internal politics to get the power of Kollapur village has been going on for a long time.

Storyline

The internal politics to get the power of Kollapur village has been going on for a long time. Narsappa (Ashutosh Rana), the brother of the Zamindar of Kollapur, kills his brother in the greed of ruling the place. But due to a series of incidents, the power shifts to his sister- in law's hands. To fulfill his evil intentions, he poisons the mind of his nephew, Perumallu (Shatru). Perumallu kills his mother along with few other people and both Perumallu and Narsappa join hands. They begin to spread terror in the village and people start to suffer under their rule. Soon, differences pop up between Peeumallu and Narsappa and Perumallu walks out of Narsappa's political party. Things take an ugly turn when Narsappa's brother, Shekhar Babu (Siddhu Jonnalagedda), gets killed. He is kind and gentle, unlike his villainous brother. Perumallu goes into hiding, fearing retaliation from Narsappa. IPS officer, Kalki (Rajasekhar), is appointed to investigate the mishap and he gets help from reporter Devadutta (Rahul Ramakrishna). Both of them share the knowledge that they have regarding the case and go in search of newer clues. A very big confusion enters in the name of Asima Khan (Nandita Swetha), who is rumored to be Shekhar's beau. The suspicious sinking of three boats that were taking pilgrims to Srisailam, the enmity between Perumallu and Narsappa, Kalki's emotional and unfortunate past with Dr. Padma (Adha Sharma), the mysterious death of Shekhar Babu - together form the rest of the story. Kalki and Devadutta set out on a dangerous mission to unfold the secrets and reveal the truth. 

Critic Review

2 years ago | 123TELUGU

2.75

On the whole, Kalki is an investigative thriller which clicks in the second half. There is nothing special or exciting about this film as the twists are revealed in an interesting manner in the last twenty minutes only. But to witness this, you have to sit though a dull first half. if you manage to do this, the film ends as just an okay watch.

Critic Review

2 years ago | TIMES OF INDIA

3

Kalki is a gripping thriller which follows the trail of a police officer and a journalist in solving the mystery of a murder that has many strings tied to it. As the investigation progresses, the film starts unfolding the background of the crime, events that lead to it and many more crimes that the town has endured. Pulling off a thriller is never an easy job but Prasanth Varma manages to do it with minimum fall-out. In the 1980s, a town called Kollapuram in Telangana is grappling under the last visage of feudalism to survive the notorious MLA Narasappa (Ashutosh Rana) who exploits his people in all possible ways. Shekar Babu (Sidhu Jonnalagadda) is the town’s only salve, a kind-hearted man who stands for them. When their beacon of hope gets brutally murdered, Kalki IPS (Dr Rajasekhar) is called on to investigate the case. Journalist Deva Dutta (Rahul Ramakrishna) too does his best to solve the mystery. Nanditha Swetha gets decent screen presence and plays a key role, someone whom the story revolves around till the end. Adah Sharma plays Dr Padma, Kalki’s ex-girlfriend – but her role gets type casted and she really has nothing much to do with the story. Besides Rajasekhar, it is Ashutosh Rana who holds the audiences’ attention as the antagonist. Rahul Ramakrishna keeps the film engaging with his comic timing and humour. By balancing the commercial aspects with the thriller elements, Kalki is one more feather in the cap for Rajasekhar after PSV Garuda Vega and Prasanth Varma after Awe. The BGM by Sharvan Bharadwaj and camera angles by Dasaradhi Shivendra, which initially work get repetitive after a while, boring the audience, especially during the fight sequences. The investigative thriller which initially intrigues soon gets predictable and routine, with scenes stretching more than needed. Though the climax is replete with twists to keep one satisfied, it doesn’t really come as a surprise. But, Kalki is worth watching on the big screen this weekend. Though the film isn’t as suspenseful as they come, it still keeps things entertaining till the end

Critic Review

2 years ago | INDIAGLITZ

3

Kalki follows the template of an atypical murder mystery with a twist in the climax.Technically rich, it could have presented a better screenplay to keep the excitement stable.Rajasekhar delivers the goods.

Critic Review

2 years ago | GREATANDHRA

2.5

Movie Details

The internal politics to get the power of Kollapur village has been going on for a long time.

Genre : Drama, Thriller, Action
Language : Telugu
Director : Prasanth Varma
Producer : C Kalyan , Shivathmika Rajashekar , Shivani Rajasekhar
Release Date(Theater) : 28th Jun, 2019
Runtime : 2h 22min
Production Co : Happy MoviesShivani Shivatmika Movies
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