Veedi charyalu oohatheetham, says a wonder-struck Murali Sharma at the end of the teaser of Agnyaathavaasi. "That's the beauty," says Rao Ramesh rather musically even as Anu Emmanuel looks on a bit clueless.
It's clear that Pawan Kalyan's character has been designed in such a way that he exudes grace right from the word go. While he is at it, the rest of them are expected to watch the Krishna leelalu unfold. Remember, the devotional song heard through the course of the teaser is a hymn to the Lord. When he fights (Ravi Varma's action choreography is supposed to be novel), Power Star is much like the high-class business magnate we saw in Attarintiki Daredi. There must be more than this in the Trailer and the film.
Expect Power Star to elicit laughs with his comic timing in the scenes also featuring Rao Ramesh and Murali Sharma, both of whom have a very good comic sense. Anu Emmanuel is in the same gang. The tight hug that Keerthy Suresh has with her hero is quite romantic!
While we see Boman Irani in a blink-and-you-miss avatar, others like Aadhi Pinishetty are waiting to amuse in the trailer. Manikandan's cinematography, Kotagiri's editing and AS Prakash's art work are cool.
All in all, Trivikram has stuffed everything that Pawanists would have expected!
Watch the trailer here: