Mr. Kalyan movie review and Rating

Movie: Mr. Kalyan
Release Date: March 10, 2023
Cast: Krishna Manyam, Archana, Saptagiri, Dhanraj, Thagubothu Ramesh, and others
Director: Pandu
Producer: NV Subba Reddy
Music Director: Sukku
Cinematography: Nanaji, MV Gopi
Editor: Vinod Advay
Fights: Mallesh

Mr. Kalyan movie review
Mr. Kalyan movie review

Mr. Kalyan, produced by Sri Dattatreya Creations, hit the screens on March 10 (Friday). Made as a family, love and youthful entertainer, the film stars Manyam Krishna and Archana as the hero and heroine, respectively. Pandu is making his debut as a director with this movie. Producer Subba Reddy produced it. Let’s see how the movie is in the review:


Kalyan (Krishna Manyam) is a call boy. As part of his profession, he comes across a garden variety of characters, who invariably some of their fervent emotions with him. In the same city lives Chappel (Saptagiri), who runs a call boy company. He requests Kalyan to become a part of his company. But Kalyan disobeys him.

The hero is later caught by Sarika (Archana), who happens to be his girlfriend. How did Sarika treat Kalyan after the shocking discovery? What happened to Kalyan and Chappel in the end? That’s what the film is mainly about.


The first hour gives precedence to unalloyed entertainment and undiluted fun. Saptagiri, the consummate comedian, entertains the audience with his usual timing. Dhanraj and Bobby, who played the main comedian’s sidekicks, impress in their respective parts.

Heroine Archana acts well. The emotional role perfectly suits her personality and acting talent. This is a screenplay-based movie that takes a coming-of-age form after a point. Four different characters whom the protagonist bumps into change the direction of the story for good.

The interval twist is good, especially because it makes us wait keenly for the second hour. The film comes out with flying colours in terms of exalting emotions, human bonds, and suchlike.

Although Mr. Kalyan is his first film, director Pandu handles a lot of portions with deftness. He handles delicate situations with confidence.

Music director Sukku’s five songs and background music are apt. The lyrics, also penned by the composer, are situational. His work becomes the main pillar of the story.

The two cinematographers are amazing. They deliver like experienced technicians and, seen in conjunction with the director’s craftsmanship and the music director’s efficiency, Mr. Kalyan is a thorough winner.

The editing is skillful. The fights prove to be a big plus. Four of them have been composed by Mallesh. The songs, choreographed by Aneesh Master, are enhanced by superb staging.

Producer NV Subba Reddy makes the making values look appealing. The new banner, Sri Dattatreya Creations, shows promise and will go a long way. There are many elements in this movie that will appeal to all sections of people. It is evident that the producer believes in strong values: Be it entertainment, emotions, or fun factor, everything is there for a reason.

Verdict: Mr. Kalyan is a crowd-pleasing, commendable entertainer telling the journey of a call boy.

Rating: 3/5


Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.