Sai Rajesh credited as Steven Shankar, the master mind behind this outlandish scientific lovestory and the eccentric character 'Sampoornesh Babu' needs a standing ovation for his sheer brilliance and marketing technique. Keeping the story and narration aside, he and his team behind Hrudaya Kaleyam needs a big salaam for making a small attempt like HK a bigwig. Good or Bad, he was successful in planting a seed of curiosity and interest for people to watch his film - laudable!
But technically, it was evident from the film that he has got style in his narration and knowledge over the pulse of a common viewer but the story he created is something out of this universe. It can be funny, foolish but the loud technique he chose to narrate a idiosyncratic love story is not digestible.
*The mere appearance of Sampoornesh Babu that will make you laugh your guts out. And next to list are his super funny emotions, dances and fights.
*The loud dialogues with fun, weight and logic that will raise your raise your eyebrows, drop your jaws and even block your cerebrum.
*An intelligent screenplay that could help you bear this quirky love story.
*The special effects in a song and entertaining songs that will drive you crazy laughing.
*An off-beat and out of the box climax that attempts to justify the title.
*The loud narrative style that tries to tell a idiosyncratic scientific love story and make it believe.
*The loud comedy generated out of overrated dialogues and hype all over that fails to generate genuine and healthy comedy.
*A lethargic first half and noisy second half.
*A mediocre characterization that earns no respect except for generating some low brow comedy.
In a nutshell, the second half gets worse than the first half.
Dear Sai Rajesh, a small doubt... Isn't 'Kaleyam' means 'Liver' in Telugu? If so, why is the hero operated at the back where usually kidney ('Moothrapindam' in Telugu) is operated? If not, how is the tagline 'A Kidney with a Heart' justified?