Savyasachi Movie Review
Updated: November 02, 2018 15:56 IST
Rating : 2.5/5
Naga Chaintays's latest movie, Savyasachi has aroused an immense curiosity with its trailers. The plot revolves around the phenomenon of vanishing twin syndrome, a one of a kind and also the first of it's kind in Tollywood. It is about the indefinite rivalry between Naga Chaintanya and Madhavan.
After six years of separation, ex lovers, Vikram Aditya(Naga Chaintanya) and Chitra(Niddhi Agrewal) reminisce their long lost love.
As Vikram is an ad/film maker, Chitra and Vikram shoot an ad in the New York City.The story line takes an unforeseen turn when they return to India. Vikram learns that his sister's family had been bombarded and his neice had been kidnapped and the offender behind all of this scene? Arun Raj(Madhavan). He had hated the society for some reasons.
With a fascinating storyline but an alleviated narration, it is less intriguing than it could have been. The cheif parts of the film depicting the dispute of the hero and the villain is brilliantly potrayed but the college drama and the romance down the memory lane could have been more captivating. The pre climax scenes enthralled the audience more than the manipulation of the second half did. The first half had two songs that caught our attention but remix song in the second half was not timed appropriately and Chandoo as a director could have done a more appealing work.
Alluring Production values by Mythri movie makers, enthralling music by MM Keeravani and the action scenes packed with extravagance.
Yuvraj has managed to express the beautiful side of New York City with his cinematography and two nail biting fights were composed by Ram and Laxman.
Heroine Niddhi has a finite role to play in the movie while Naga Chaintanya and Madhavan played the protagonist and antagonist with skill. A lead female artists in the former times, Bhumika played as Naga Chaintanya's elder sister and has done an adequate job and comedy was dealt by Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar.
Savyasachi is a partially disappointing and a partially amusing film but we may have to wait a little longer for a hit from Chay.
On a whole movie is slightly disappointing, especially coming from Chandoo.