Prasanna Vadanam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

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Prasanna Vadanam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew
  • Rating:
    2.5 out of 5 (2.5/5)
  • Director:
    Arjun YK
  • Cast:
    Suhas, Payal Radhakrishna, Rashi Singh, Nandu
  • Banner:
    Little Thoughts Cinemas
  • Producer:
    JS Manikantha, TR Prasad Reddy
  • Music:
    Vijay Bulganin
  • Release Dt :
    May, 03 2024

Prasanna Vadanam Story

Suhas plays Surya, a Radio Jockey, struggles with Prosopagnosia, a condition that prevents him from recognizing even the faces of those closest to him. Only his friend Harsha and girlfriend Payal know about his condition. One night, he witnesses a murder but cannot identify the culprit due to his face blindness. He seeks help from ACP Rashi, but things take an unexpected turn. Will the police catch the killer? Can Suhas, despite his condition, play a crucial role in solving the case? Find out by watching this gripping story in theaters.

Prasanna Vadanam Analysis

Prasanna Vadanam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew


While enjoying a flourishing career, Suhas fearlessly tackles another captivating story and delivers an exceptional performance as a character struggling with Face Blindness. Actress Rashi Singh's daring choice to play a negative role is rewarded, highlighting her versatility beyond typical heroine roles. Payal Radhakrishna and Harsha Chemudu's performances are adequate, while Nitin Prasanna's role shines. Other supporting actors also make an impact with their acting. The film surprises with a twist at the interval and a few exciting moments in the second half.


Although Prasanna Vadanam has an interesting plot, it fails to keep the audience engaged due to its slow pace. The film could have been more effective if the screenplay had been more focused, especially in its second half. Rashi Singh's character development is lacking depth in some crucial scenes, which is disappointing. Additionally, the romantic subplot feels out of place and detracts from the serious tone the movie tries to convey. The flashback sequences about the murder feel like they were copied from other Telugu films.


Suhas does a stupendous task throughout the film. He has done complete justice for the role of Surya and he carries the entire film on his shoulders. There is no other prominent actor in Prasanna Vadanam. Arjun YK, the new director, has potential, but needs to work on the screenplay's pace to improve. The music by Vijay Bulganin enhances important scenes, and the cinematography by S Chandrasekaran and editing by Karthika Srinivas are satisfactory. The production quality is decent, but a shorter runtime would have made it more enjoyable.

Prasanna Vadanam Final Word

Prasanna Vadanam is not a great attempt and it has some good moments. Suhas does his part with perfection.

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