Cinematography: Ram Reddy
“Someone said anything beautiful is rare” – the love portrayed in this film belongs here.
Filmmaker Ramaraju poetically blends love, romance, philosophy and carved Oka Manasu. Set in a small town between ordinary characters and conflicts, the film has an extraordinary definition of love, exploring the nuances of being in love and reality.
Brilliant performances, arresting visuals and back ground score help you experience the saga. However, technically the narrative falls prey to the overdose of its own core ideology and the staging takes a toss. If you are looking for some pre-interval twists, intensifying conflicts (or at least thinking of some comedy even in your wildest dreams)…please wake up! The first half is racy and feels good yet the second half might test your patience.
However, at the end of the film, Ramaraju’s characters and intent stays with you. Again, it is like an old gramophone record – you’ll enjoy only if you have an itch for it.
- Characters and performances especially of Niharika & Naga Shaurya
- Music and back ground score
- Screenplay especially in the second half.
- Lack of regular commercial ingredients might disappoint the masses.Music:
Avg User Rating: 3.5/5