Ismart Shankar Review

July 18, 2019 at 7:05 am
Ismart Shankar Review

Sensational director Puri Jagannadh has all his hopes on his next film Ismart Shankar. Ram, Nabha Natesh and Nidhhi Agerwal are the lead actors in this mass entertainer. Manisharma composed the music and Raj Thota is the cinematographer. Produced by Puri Jagannadh Touring Talkies, Ismart Shankar is releasing across the globe today. Here is the complete review of the film:


Ismart Shankar is the story of Ustaad (Ram) who is the prime accused in a high profile murder. The film is all about a chip inserted for Ustaad and the consequences that happen after it. Ustaad starts hunting for a man and the interval takes an interesting turn. Ismart Shankar is all about his search and the love tracks of the leading ladies (Nabha Natesh and Nidhhi Agerwal). Watch Ismart Shankar to know about the complete story.


Ram’s top class performance
Background score
Puri’s writing and one liners
Racy first half


Limited appeal
Second half
Predictable narration
Loud episodes


Ram tops the show with his flawless and energetic performance in Ismart Shankar. The actor’s transformation has been top class and appeals well to masses. He is the major highlight of the movie. Nabha Natesh is a treat and sheds out glamour well. Along with this, she has an energetic role penned. Nidhhi Agerwal looks glamorous and did a decent job. All the other actors did their job well.

Ismart Shankar has an interesting plot set up. The screenplay looks racy and was penned well. The one-liners have been outstanding and the dialogues are good. The music and the background score are the major assets of Ismart Shankar. The cinematography work looks good and the production values have been top-notch. Puri Jagannadh makes a decent comeback with Ismart Shankar.

Final Word:

Ismart Shankar has a racy screenplay and the first half looks packed. A predictable second half and routine narration make the film just ok.

Rating: 2.75/5
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