Starring : Kalyan Ram, Mehreen Pirzada
Director : Satish Vegesna
Producers : Subhash Gupta, Umesh Gupta
Music Director : Gopi Sundar
Release Date : 15/01/2020
Entha Manchivaadavuraa starring Nandamuri Kalyan Ram and Mehreen Kaur Pirzada, directed by Satish Vegesna has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the story.
Story: Balu ( Nandamuri Kalyan Ram) is an orphan and he starts a startup which provides emotional support for people. In the process, he comes in the contact of different person to different people. One day he goes to Tanikella Bharani’s house as his son but gets into a tussle with a baddie (Rajiv Kanakala). What happens next in Balu’s personal and professional lives, form rest of the story.
· Kalyan Ram
· Interval episode
· First Half
· Forced emotion
· Few scenes in Second half
Performance: Kalyan Ram is fit and good looking in the role of Balu. Mehreen Pirzada looks cute on the screen. She has a different role than usual for a heroine. Rajiv Kanakala looks apt as a baddie. But lacks the greater screen presence required for it. Sarath Babu and Suhasini do what is expected of them. Naresh is ok. Vennela Kishore, Praveen, and others justify with their roles.
Technical: The story of Entha Manchivaadavuraa is interesting. Gopi Sunder has provided music to the film. Only one song before the interval makes an impact. The background score is just average. The cinematography is decent. The editing could have been better. The screenplay goes for a toss as there is no grip in the proceedings. Coming to Satish Vegensa, he has adapted the Gujarati film well and set it up nicely in Telugu nativity. Production values are ok.
Analysis: The first half of the film Entha Manchivaadavuraa starts well but very soon slips into boredom. Few scenes in the second half tests the patience of the audience. The pace is too slow, and the movie has several boring scenes. The Climax is another letdown.