Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Review
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Review: Loud and incoherent adult comedy.
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Story:
Tempt Ravi (Abhishek Pachipala) is a horny man who falls for every woman he sets his eyes on. He gets into a physical relationship with almost every one of them. One day, he sees Bhavana (Ayesha Singh) and falls in love with her.
This is not like before as the character wants a serious relationship with her. At this point, he discovers that he is sick with a medical condition and how it affects their relationship forms the rest of the story.
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Performance:
Abhishek Pachipala delivers a solid performance as Tempt Ravi, who gets tempted seeing women. His expressions during those sequences and his struggle with women are portrayed beautifully.
Ayesha Singh, too, on her part, gave a neat performance with apt expressions. She shines in emotional scenes featuring both of them.
Bhanu Shree and Megha Chowdhury add the much-need glamour quotient to the film. Their performance had an impact on the audience even though their screen time got limited.
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Positives:
Yedu Chepala Katha had generated curiosity among the audience with the presence of double meaning dialogues and steamy scenes featuring Abhishek and other women. Director Sam J Chaitanya's idea to capitalize on the adult comedy concept needs special mention.
Some of the sexual innuendos worked well and evoked laughter from the audience. Yedu Chepala Katha's target audience is the youth and the film has plenty of sequences catering to them.
The background score by composer Kavi Shankar was good at several places. His choice of BGMs for different situations in the film worked exceptionally well.
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Negatives:
Yedu Cheppala Katha could have been a decent adult comedy, but it suffered at the hands of the censor board. Many steamy scenes shown in the trailer got chopped off in the final cut.
Since most of the scenes chopped off, the film looked incoherent and shoddy. We couldn't find any correlation between the two scenes and romance portions didn't work because of this reason.
Director Sam J Chaitanya's idea to make an adult comedy is good, but he exploited it too far and it became vulgar after a point.
The editor of the film could have saved the film if he had paid more interest. But, his work left the film hopeless and completely inedible to devour.
Yedu Chepala Katha Movie Verdict:
Yedu Chepala Katha is a perfect example of how good intentions alone is not enough to make a good film. Apart from a few adult jokes and punches, the film fails to deliver in every front leaving the audience in a limbo.