Kshana Kshanam Movie Review & Rating {3/5}

Kshana Kshanam is the new Telugu movie released today in theatres. The movie is directed by Karthik Medikonda and featured Uday Shankar, Jia Sharma, Raghu Kunche, and Ravi Prakash as lead characters. The film's review is here. Check it out.


Satya is stuck in a loveless marriage, with a mediocre job while trying to stay sober. When he is introduced to an extramarital dating website, he talks to a woman named Maya. They decide to meet but things go wrong and Satya finds himself desperately trying to prove his innocence. He is stuck with the murder case of Maya. What happens then? Who saved him? What will happen in the end? Forms the film's story.


Even though he is relatively new to the industry, hero Uday Shankar has done a decent job in the film. He emoted well in a few scenes but he needs to improve his acting skills in the emotional sequences. Jia Sharma looked beautiful on-screen and performed quite well. She is a good performer and should get more offers from the industry. Shruti Singh is pretty and has done her job well. Ravi Prakash performed well within his limitations. Rest of the cast done justice to their roles.

Technical Aspects:

Though the story looks good on paper, the execution made it more interesting. The film has come out really well. Many scenes are executed in an engaging manner and there is not even a single boring moment in the film. The cinematography is pretty decent. The editor could have easily chopped off a couple of unnecessary sequences of the movie but they do no damage for the movie. The song is very good but the background music is quite decent and adds up to the mood. The production values are normal as it is a low-budget movie.


Kshanam Kshanam is one of the best thrillers in a recent manner. The film has been executed in a good way. The film has got a very good screenplay that manages to engage the audience right from the beginning. The director took his own sweet time to establish the characters and the core plot of the movie during the first half. We think he may pace up the proceedings in the second half but he does it at the right moment leaving the audiences surprised. The climax twist has come out well and creates an impact on the audience. On the whole, Kshana Kshanam is a decent thriller that keeps up the momentum perfectly. You can give it a try.