47 Days review

Rating: 1.5/5

Cast: Satyadev,Pooja Jhaveri,Roshini Prakash and others
Director: Pradeep Madddali
Producers: D.Sashi Bhushan Naidu,Radhu Kunche,Sridhar.M.D.Vijay Shankar
Music: Raghu Kunche
Cinematography: GK

Story line

ACP Satya (Satyadev) who was suspended, after investigating the mysterious deaths of Srinivas MD of a Pharma company and his wife Paddu (Roshini Prakash), suspects some shocking connection.

He along with Circle Inspector,Ravi Varma (Ravi Varma) starts investigating the case. To findout more about why ACP Satya was suspended, what role Juliet (Pooja Jhaveri) got and the mysterious connection between the deaths, watch 47 Days on ZEE 5 OTT.

Star Shine

Satyadev came with a sincere and honest performance. He showed the intensity in his role and performance which completely missed in the story. His intensity at times looked like overaction. He is the only bright spot in the film.

Pooja Jhaveri and Roshini Prakash looked attractive but they didnot get chance to exhibit their acting talent. Srikanth Iyengar overacted in his role. Ravi Varma is ok. Mukthar Khan, Satya Prakash and others irritated with their performance. The actor who played Srinivas’ role did well.

Director’s special

Pradeep Maddali on debut decided to come with a thriller to attract viewers. However right from the start till the finish, he failed to generate even an inch of interest.

The narration lacked thrills and with its slow pace tested the patience of the viewers. Infact Pradeep failed completely with his story, screenplay and direction. Repetitive scenes spoiled the product even more.


Raghu Kunche’s music and tunes are ok. However he failed to elevate the thriller film with his background score. He just passed through the motions with regular commercial films music.

Cinematography of GK also failed miserebly. He didnot make any attempt to beautify the film. Everything looked ordinary. Editing could have been far better.

Pradeep Maddali should have worked on the story and the script before proceeding ahead with the story.

Viewers Verdict

47 Days disappoints with a lack of thrills.

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