MOVIE NAME: “Padi Padi Leche Manasu“
Boxoffice70mm RATING: 2.5/5 (★★★★★)
Starring: Sharwanand, Sai Pallavi, Murali Sharma, Sunil, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Priya Raman and others
Directed by: Hanu Raghavapudi
Produced by: A. Subaskaran, Raju Mahalingam
Banner: Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas
Music by: Vishal Chandrasekhar
Release Date: 21st December 2018
The mix of Sharwanand and Sai Pallavi has made immense enthusiasm among the film darlings when ‘Padi Leche Manasu’ was reported. The trailers have additionally increased the desires.
How about we see if it merits all the publicity?
Suriya (Sharwanand) who lives in Kolkata becomes hopelessly enamored with Vaishali (Sharwanand), a therapeutic understudy. He attempts numerous approaches to charm her yet she doesn’t succumb to him effectively.
At long last, when they begin preferring each other a dangerous occurrence completely changes them. They come to Khatmandu to meet each other after a constrained separation for one year. At that point an episode makes her overlook him.
What is that? What will he do?
Music: Music by Vishal Chandrasekhar is greatest in addition to this sentimental show. The title tune, the ‘Kallolalam’ tune, and different numbers are powerful on the screen also.
Cinematography: Cinematographer Jaya Krishna has caught Kolkota delightfully.
Editing: Altering is absolutely awful, The film’s pacing is the main villain.
Direction & Written: Executive Hanu Raghavapudi doesn’t result in these present circumstances point quickly. He runs whole first half on a normal sentimental string of Sharwanand charming Sai Pallavi. The primary portion of the film and the second half are entirely unexpected to one another.
- Sharwanand and Sai Pallavi’s chemistry
- First Half
- Boring second half
- Lack of high points
- Abrupt climax
Sharwanad is persuading in this present adolescent’s job however he does not have a similar enthusiasm in a few spots.
Sai Pallavi is the mainstay of the motion picture. She is very common. Her acting and her screen nearness lift the groupings notwithstanding when not a lot occurs.
Sunil as Sai Pallavi’s NRI Bava has produced a few chuckles. Vennela Kishore and Priyadarshi are plain alright.
Murali Sharma as Sai Pallavi’s dad and Priya Raman as Sharma’s mom are great. Sampath assumes an alternate job.
Movies made on transient memory misfortune are not by any means new to Telugu gatherings of people. Essential issue of “Padi Leche Manasu” depends on retrograde amnesia.
Executive Hanu Raghavapudi doesn’t result in these present circumstances point promptly. He runs whole first half on the regular sentimental string of Sharwanand charming Sai Pallavi. The main portion of the motion picture and the second half are very surprising to one another.
The movie runs moderate and the executive never comes to the heart of the matter as he incorporates numerous pointless scenes. Simply after the break blast comes, we come to realize that the film is about the lead performer endeavoring to overlook the legend which is as it should be.
Post-interim, Sharwanand endeavors to make her fall in his affection again as she reveals to him that she doesn’t have any acquaintance with him. As such, it resembles watching the same story twice.
Albeit not a lot occurs before the interim, the groupings hold the enthusiasm as Sai Pallavi and Sharwanand is in best shape here and their science is very agreeable. The visuals of Kolkota have likewise added a rich look to the procedures.
Inconvenience starts with totally differentiate the second half which isn’t just dreary watch yet additionally very exhausting.
Their sentimental successions in the second half are not under any condition persuading. The film tumbles down to the base post-interim and never returns again. It resembles Padi Padipoindi.
The film’s pace is another downside. The motion picture would have looked fascinating had the editorial manager trimmed it by at least 40 minutes.
In spite of the great endeavors from the lead match and a couple of good tunes, “Padi Leche Manasu” ends up being an exhausting motion picture. Executive Hanu Raghavapudi baffles in an enormous way.