Since the Corona Virus outbreak, a number of Telugu films have been released on the OTT platform. Krishna and his Leela will be the next to step into this forum. Krishna and his Leela has been presented by Rana Daggubatti and directed by Ravikanth Perepu. The movie has been co-written by Sidhu Jonnalagadda. It is produced by Suresh Productions, Viacom 18, and Sanjay Reddy. Krishna and his Leela is streaming on Netflix.
Krishna and his Leela Cast
Krishna and his Leela star cast include Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor, Shalini Vadnikatti. The movie is chirpy and extremely millennial which will have an impact on the audience. The characters are realistic and will leave a mark in the minds of the audience considering how close to home the plot might be for many.
Krishna and his Leela Trailer
The romantic entertainer movie has received the right amount of buzz since its conception. Rana Daggubatti’s backing only ups the game for the film. The trailer has been widely accepted and love for its quirkiness. Watch the trailer of Krishna and his Leela here:
Krishna and his Leela Plot
Krishna and his Leela is the story of Krishna played by Siddhu Jonnalagadda. Krishan break up with his girlfriend Satya, Shraddha Srinath. He is upset with the complexities of life and wants to take a step ahead. He meets Radha, Shalini Vadnikatti, and falls head over heels in love with her. But their love is tested when he gets a job opportunity in Bangalore and they have to maintain a long distance relationship.
In Bangalore there is a twist in the tale when Krishna bumps into Satya once again. Krishna and Satya reconcile. This cements the fact that Krishna is double dating Satya as well as Radha. Both the girls are unaware about each other’s presence in Krishna’s life. The climax will lead to Krishna deciding who he wants to be with or with the girls finding out the blatant lies Krishna has been feeding them.
Will Krishna and his Leela’s Tamilrockers Movie Download Release Affect Netflix Viewership?
Krishna and his Leela was one of the most awaited Telegu films this year. The movie stars Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor, Shalini Vadnikatti in leading roles. fans have been eagerly waiting for the big screen release but due to the pandemic the makers of the film opted for a OTT release. The expectations of the film are high considering the buzz that it created and the relevance of it in current modern world.
The early pirated release of Krishna and his Leela movie online for free download, is likely to dent its earnings and viewership. As emphasized earlier, modern day movies depend a lot on opening week collections as a significant source of return on investment.
With the advent of Tamilrockers and other online movie streaming sites, film makers face a daunting task of dealing with this situation. However, Krishna and his Leela Netflix movie is hyped well enough and the cast of Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Shraddha Srinath, Seerat Kapoor, Shalini Vadnikatti in a significant roles will definitely attract his fan base to Netflix to watch the movie.
Also, Krishna and his Leela promises to be a gripping action thriller attempt and watching it on a mere 480P or 720P print will not do justice for the entertainment at stake, we believe. On the other hand, first hand reactions of Krishna and his Leela are promising and we will wait for more reviews and reports in the coming days.
However, the release of Krishna and his Leela on Tamilrockers is likely to have a detrimental effect on the movies success in the long run. Most of the recent movies produced in the Tamil movie industry have been released on Tamilrockers on the day of the release.
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