Shyam Singha Roy Movie Review Cast Name Story Details

Shyam Singha Roy is a 2021 Indian Telugu language romantic drama movie directed by Rahul Sankrityan and story written by Janga Satyadev. Telugu superstar Nani’s film ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ has been released in theaters. This film has been released in terms of Christmas, which the audience is very fond of. For your information, let us tell you that after the Corona epidemic, this is the first film of Nani which has been released in theaters.

Sai Pallavi has once again worked with Nani in this film. In this film, you are getting to see the culture of North and South together. We are saying this because Nani has appeared in two types of roles in this film. In the first role, he has been seen playing the character of Shyam Singha Roy, which is a Bengali character, and in the second role, he has been seen in the role of Vasu.

Sai Pallavi has once again worked with Nani in this film. In this film, you are getting to see the culture of North and South together. We are saying this because Nani has appeared in two types of roles in this film. In the first role, he has been seen playing the character of Shyam Singha Roy, which is a Bengali character, and in the second role, he has been seen in the role of Vasu.

Shyam Singha Roy Movie Details

Shyam Singha Roy
  • Title Name: Shyam Singha Roy
  • Genre: Drama History
  • Director: Rahul Sankrityan
  • Screenplay: Rahul Sankrityan
  • Story: Janga Satyadev
  • Produced by: Venkat
  • Cinematography: Sanu John Varghese
  • Edited: Naveen Nooli
  • Music: Mickey J. Meyer
  • Production company: Niharika Entertainment
  • Release date: 24 December 2021
  • Running time: 157 Minutes
  • Country: India
  • Language: Telugu

Shyam Singha Roy Cast Name

  • Nani in a dual role: Vasudev Ghanta and Shyam Singha Roy
  • Sai Pallavi: Maithreyi
  • Krithi Shetty: Keerthi
  • Madonna Sebastian: Lawyer Padmavathi
  • Rahul Ravindranas Manoj Singha Roy
  • Abhinav Gomatam: Pramod
  • Jisshu Sengupta: Debendra Singha Roy
  • Murali Sharma: Lawyer Krishnamurthy
  • Manish Wadhwa: Mahadev Mahant
  • Leela Samson: Psychologist
  • Subhalekha Sudhakar: Judge J. Satyendra

Shyam Singha Roy Story

Seeing the trailer of this film, it is known that this film is going to cement its place in the hearts of the people. This film has been released in many parts of India including America and the response is also getting very good. The film begins with the voice of Sai Pallavi. In this film, there is a desire to become a director within Nani i.e. Vasu, so he makes short films with a small camera.

His heroine in this film is Kriti Shetty, who looks quite bold and bald from the look. Kirti Shetty is looking very good in this role. This film passes through many turns. In one scene of the action sequence, Nani is beaten up by some people, after which her mind changes and she feels that she has been reincarnated and is Shyam Singha Roy. From here comes a different twist in the film. Nani is very good in Bengali character.

At the same time, this part of the film has been shot well. The camera work is amazing and the direction is also very good. But it may be difficult for you to take your eyes off Nani because she has acted very well in this film.

Sai Pallavi is entered from the scene of Durga Puja, in which she is seen in the incarnation of Mother Durga. When there is a changeover of Nani in the Bengali look, at that time the background music of the film has been created very well.

In Shyam Singh Roy, Jersey fame star actress is also seen doing liplock scene with Kriti Shetty and this scene was also shown in the teaser. For information, let us tell you that this film shows the pathetic life of Devadasis and the rude behavior of the rich on the screen.

In the Devadasi system, the life of girls is nothing more than a sex slave. In the film, the tortures of these women have been shown on the big screen. In this film, Nani’s look is different from the films made till now, he is in the role of a revolutionary writer, who opposes the Devadasi system implemented under the guise of religion.

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