Cast: Naga Shaurya, Ritu Varma, Murali Sharma, Nadhiya, Jayaprakash, Vennela Kishore
Director: Lakshmi Sowjanya
Producers: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Music Director: Vishal Chandrashekhar
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Cinematography: Patchipulusu Vamsi, Vishnu Sarma
Banner: Sitara Entertainments
Naga Shourya, Ritu Varma’s Varudu Kaavalenu directed by Lakshmi Sowjanya released today. Here is the review.
A stubborn lady Bhumi (Ritu Varma) runs her own architect company. Though her mother (Nadiya) tries to get her married, she rejects all of them. In the meantime Akash (Naga Shourya) lands in Hyderabad from Paris and takes up an architect project only to impress her. Whether she reacts to his overtures, why is Bhumi is so stubborn form rest of the story.
Director Lakshmi Sowjanya on debut came with a feel good youthful romantic entertainer with family elements. The story is routine and screenplay and direction goes on a predictable note. However at times dialogues are good and thought-provoking. Slow pace of the film and forced comedy in the second half affected the film.
Naga Shourya slipped into the role tailormade for him. He did well as a lover who has clarity but who couldn’t pick the feelings of a girl during his young days. Ritu Varma performed well as a girl who changes herself according to the circumstances and experiences in her life. Nadiya, Murali Sharma, Jaya Prakash, Vennela Kishore and Saptagiri performed according to their roles.
Vishal Chandrasekhar’s music is ok and Backgroundscore is good. Cinematography is fine. Editing of Naveen Nooli could have been better. Production values are good.