Starring: Satya Dev, Pooja Jhaveri, Roshini Prakash, Sathya Prakash, Hari Teja, Ravi Varma, Srikanth Iyengar, Irfan, Baby Akshara, Mukthar Khan, Kireeti, Ashok Kumar and others
Banner: Title Card Entertainments
Music & Background score: Raghu Kunche
Lyrics: Bhaskar Bhatla, Lakshmi Bhupala, Vishwa, Preethi Kesavan
Choreography: Nixon DCruz
Stunts: Stunts Sri
Art Director: Brahma Kadali
Editor: SR Shekar
Producers: Dabbara Sashi Bhushan Naidu, Raghu Kunche, Sridhar Makkuva, and Vijay Shankar Donkada
Co-Producer: Anil Kumar Sohani
Story - Screenplay - Dialogues - Direction : Pradeep Maddali.
iQlikmovies Rating - 2.5/5
47 Days of Love is a Telugu film that is currently the OTT release in Telugu. The film was supposed to hit the screens but it is now streaming on the Zee5 platform. The film is directed by Pradeep Maddali and produced by Raghu Kunche and others. Check out the film's review here.
Satya (Satya Dev), a police officer probing a suicide case, gets sucked into the nerve-racking complexity of the case when he discovers there may be a connection between the case he is investigating and his wife's mysterious death. What is the connection between deaths? Did Satya chase the case? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Satya Dev is one of the talented artists in the Telugu film industry and with this movie, the actor proved his talent once again. The actor has picked up yet another interesting role but the narrative structure of the film did not give him a proper scope to perform well in some scenes. Roshini Prakash and Pooja Jhaveri are the leading ladies. Both failed to attract the audiences, even with their looks or performance. Krishnamacharya Iyengar is good in his role and played the shades in his character well. Satya Prakash, Ravi, Mukthar, and others are just good.
The cinematography of the film is average. It looks like the production is carried out on a limited budget. The editing of the film is also not up to the mark. The visuals are good in some scenes but not up to the mark in other scenes. Even the actors are not looking good in most of the scenes. The music is okay and the background score hardly makes any impression. The lack of proper production values is evident on the screen.
47 Days is a film that has a very good story. The film's plot gets revealed in the initial half an hour of the movie and the director set the audiences' minds for a thrilling ride. But, the fact is that the ride is not as thrilling as expected but is full of ups and downs with drags and boredom. Satyadev tries his best in chasing the mystery behind the deaths but unfortunately, the film loses the pace. The movie is not gripping and intense which is a must for any thriller movie. By the time the climax arrives, it also appears normal and does not match what is expected. On the whole, the film is a poorly executed thriller.
Final Verdict: '47' Days neither thrills nor entertains.
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