What Is Good
What Is Bad
Aadi(Tarun Shetty) is a happy going guy and he falls in love with his college friend Priya (Avantika). As time passes by and through all gimmicks he made, Priya accepts his love and they make some 'Intimate' love. However a twist to the tale comes to screenplay where Priya starts to have a doubt on Aadi's sincerity in Love. She starts to have fight with him and they end up in break up. And the rest of the story is all about how things fall back into place and how the love survives and relationship thrives.
Hussain Shah Kiran, who wrote the story for NTR’s Nannaku Prematho has now turned director. The entire movie rides on strength of debutante actors. Tarun Shetty and Avantika have done justice to their roles. Whenever these guys appear on screen, there is a huge bundle of energy and the romance can be felt on screen. Chemistry between the lead pair is awesome and it is quite enjoyable. The innocence that is generated through their love track looks so good on screen. Tarun Shetty makes an impressive debut and is good through out the film. Kriti is good as the perfect side kick. Avantika is decent and with right roles, she can make it big in Tollywood.
The screenplay is good, but we can sense lots of cliches. And the way it is executed, things get a lot worse. The second half completely lacks depth. Lots of emotional scenes never have the much needed emotion. The director never utilized the characters to perfection. By the time the film reaches its climax, the so called drama gets over the top and the script goes berserk. Also the songs are just a hindrance to the story. The story never propels forward and it is just a barricade. Lots of stuff move the movie away from the actual story line. Cinematography is neat and the production values are good. Editing could have been better. Dialogues are the biggest strength of the movie.
Debut director has tried to make a simple neat story with more romance. But he has succeeded half in doing so. The half success happened due to the humour. But songs and some unnecessary scenes deviate the movie completely away. Technical wise the movie is solid. But Shravan could have focused more on music.
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