Back Door Movie Review

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Cast: Poorna, Teja Tripurana etc. 
Technicians:
Music – Pranav
Editing – Chhota K. Prasad
Camera – Srikanth Naroj
Co-Producer – Oota Sreenu
Producer – B. Srinivas Reddy
Writer, Director – Karri Balaji 

 
Story :

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Anjali (Poorna) is a happy Housewife. Her husband is a businessman and they have two children. In a marriage function, Anjali meets Arun (Teja Tripurana) and she got attracted to him. Slowly Arun starts loving her as they have been in touch with each other on phone. One day Anjali calls Arun home when is alone. What happened after that? Did  Anjali cross the line, or maintain her dignity as a housewife forms the rest of the story.

Performances :

Poorna is admirable for accepting this film and her performance is simply good. She has given her best and justified her role as a housewife with her apt performance.Teja Tripurana has given his best. He has done a decent job and the rest of the cast has done as per the requirements.

Plus Points 

Poorna Performances 
Dialogues 
Production Values
Message-oriented story
Technicalities

Analysis :

Director Karri Balaji has taken message oriented story and showcased it very well. The Dialogue, ‘Mind should not go everywhere what eyes see’ forms the crux of the story and it is neatly presented. Producers deserve a special mention for their production values. Even though it is a small film they have not compromised anywhere quality-wise. Dialogues are good. Music and a good background score elevated the movie. Cinematographer Srikanth Naroj has beautifully picturized the film with good visuals.

 
Bottom-line :

On a whole Back Door is a well-made film with a good message.

Rating: 3/5

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