Srinivasa Kalyanam (U)
09/Aug/2018 Family, Romance 2hrs 20mins

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Overall: 3.8 from 15 users

Srinivasa Kalyanam
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Traditions over practicality

Srinivasa Kalyanam is a traditional family drama where emotions work in parts. Lack of conflict, youthful elements and not so engaging drama take the film down after a while. The film is clearly for the family audience as the film suits their mentalities. As Dil Raju has packaged the film with an a...(more)

Source: 123telugu Team,


More preaching and few good moments do not a good film make.

The fact that the filmmakers seem massively confused on the difference between prenuptial agreements and divorce papers, viewing them both as the same, by the end of the film is lost in midst the overblown and super melodramatic climax. Mickey J Meyer's soulful music and the audience too unfortunate...(more)

Source: Neeshita Nyayapati, Times Of India


Hard core family drama

May be liked by the hard core family audience but one time watch(more)

Source: Telugumirchi Team,


Wedding Cassette

Srinivasa Kalyanam is preachy movie full of melodrama with no strong conflict, with no soul. The theme of wedding is overkilled with insipid scenes. This may work for audiences who like to see marriage videos, but for others it is a boring affair.(more)

Source: GreatAndhra,


This wedding film sacrifices drama for the sake of tradition

Srinivasa Kalyanam is like going to a wedding where you don't know either the bride or the groom's family, but you just go there because it's a wedding and it's your duty to attend it and bless the couple. And the moment you step out, you just simply forget what you have seen and move on in life.(more)

Source: Hemanth Kumar,


Preachy tale about age-old wedding traditions

There are certain romantic moments and family sequences that work to an extent. But it is sad not to see such well-written scenes throughout the film. For example, there is a scene where Prakash Raj realises that money isn't everything. Without taking a preachy route, the scene conveys the message b...(more)

Source: Janani, India Today


A feel-good watchable family drama with an overripe climax!

A film as such doesn't need any conflicts and it is fine to be bland sometimes. Only when you try hard to make it tasty, you spoil the fun. Not every climax needs to have a friction. The conflict towards the end looked force-fitted and totally unnecessary. If not for a stagy climax, the film would h...(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Kalyanam Vybhogam” Sri Mani S.P.Balasubramanyam Listen
2 “Ekkada Nuvvunte” Shree Mani Dhanunjay
3 “Ithadena Ithadena” Shreya Ghoshal Shree Mani
4 “Modalaudaam” Sunitha, Anurag Kulkarni Ramajogayya Sastry Listen
5 “Something Something Ga” Shree Mani Anurag Kulkarni, Shravana Bhargavi, Raashi Khanna
6 “Vinavamma Toorupu Chukka” Shree Mani Sunitha
7 “Jukebox” Listen