Ichata Vahanamulu Nilupa Radu Review - Story
Arun (Sushanth) plans to astound his girlfriend (Meenakshi Chaudhary) by paying a surprise to her house, while her brother is out of the station. But he accidentally enters the house adjacent to his girlfriend’s. Following a series of fateful incidents, a gruesome murder happens in this house, and Arun, who has nothing to do with the murder is accused of the crime. Can he prove himself not guilty? If yes, then how?
Ichata Vahanamulu Nilupa Radu Review - Analysis
Ichata Vahanamulu Nilupa Radu has a single-layered plot. It needed compelling screenplay and novel suspense factors to keep the viewers engaged. But sadly, the film draws a blank on both counts. The situations are way too convenient and the narration is inconsistent.
The opening 30 minutes or so are poorly written and executed. The character establishment track is the least bit engaging. Also, the love track between the lead pair lacks potency and freshness. The murder-related sequences are partly gripping but the scenes preceding and succeeding it don’t gel with the narrative. The film is more like a compilation of incoherent scenes that have no continuity.
The antagonist characterization is abysmal, to say the least. Consequently, the core conflict point doesn’t offer anything of substantial value to the film, as a whole.
The film picks up the tempo towards the interval block and just as one expects the film to build on the positive momentum, it goes off track. The latter half is a colossal mess and the ending is rushed, in order to ensure a crisp run-time. The title has nothing to do with the film’s plot.
Sushanth plays a mildly energetic lad in the film, but the character doesn’t challenge him as an actor. Meenakshi Chaudhary looks beautiful. Vennela Kishore, Abhinav, Priyadarshi, and Sunil are wasted. The songs are poorly placed.
Ichata Vahanamulu Nilupa Radu Review - Verdict
Ichata Vahanamulu Nilupa Radu is an incoherent dud that has a wafer-thin plot. The poorly-written screenplay and lack of proper conflict points make this film a tiresome watch.