Cast: Sumanth Ashwin, Niharika Konidela, Murli Sharma, Naresh & Others
Banner: UV Creations & Pocket Cinema
Music: Shakthikanth Karthick
Cinematography: Bal Reddy
Producers: Vamsi & Pramod
Writer & Director: Lakshman
Niharika Konidela and Sumanth Ashwin as the lead pair, the movie Happy Wedding hit the screens today. The youth is the main target, the movie is expected to be relative and entertaining. Happy Wedding is expected to connect to the audience emotionally. Here is the full review check it out.
Anand and Akshara (Sumanth Aswin and Niharika respectively) gets engaged. Anand's carelessness upsets Akshara, as she is deeply in love with him. She starts to overthink and doubts how Anand would behave after the marriage if this was the case before.
This creates a huge confusion in Akshara's mind. How she deals with the situation, her anxiety and how Anand tries to take this is the rest of the story.
Roles and Performances:
Sumanth Ashwin and Niharika Konidela have done a decent job. Niharika steals the show though. There is a kind of maturity in her performance. She brings an appeal that she is the one who has taken the whole movie on her shoulders. Sumanth, on the other hand, is apt for the role.
Naresh, Murli Sharma proved that their performances bring in a live emotion to the movie. All the other actors performed well within their limitations.
Marriage is considered one of the most important episodes of one's life. In general, men and women have many expectations for their wedding. But, on the other side of the coin, there are sacrifices and disappointments too. The director has tried to show some emotions in a factual way.
The roles of the hero and heroine were strongly established well. Akshara's role is shown as a confused and anxious girl. The first half is well-established with relative emotions.
A sensitive story is well-carpentered. There are no scenes to be termed as 'high'. The whole story goes at the same tempo.
The movie is colorful, with a good camera work. The cameraman is to be given due credits. The narration is good, with the proper screenplay. Music is good and is in sync with the story narration.
+ Niharika's Performance
- Slow Narration
Final Verdict: A Happy movie.
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