What Is Good
- Basic Plot
- Good choice of Characters
What Is Bad
- Actors fail to act
- Illogical sequences
- Lip Sync issues
- Lifeless scenes
Vijay Devarakonda, who had excelled in Pellichoopulu as the typical boy next door and in Arjun Reddy as the doctor with anger management issues, is totally out of place in this movie, as everything including his characterization, looks, hairstyle is in a weird way and his performance is a complete dampener as he's a pale shadow of his Arjun Reddy act. Shivani gets little screen space and she annoys with her poor lip sync and unbearable expressions. The rest of the cast has nothing much to do on screen.
Vijay hardly is seen emoting in any of the scenes and looks awkward with weird hairdo and costumes. The movie suffers from illogical sequences, inconsistent screenplay, and pointless scenes which totally make a joke out of the audience. Ye Mantram Vesave makes one just think after that tiring movie experience, urging to ask Vijay Devarakonda, "Ye cinema chesave??!!". Don't dare to enter this game that has no lives for the audience. Killer stuff that deserves a miss.
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