Starring : Naga Chaitanya, Madhavan, Nidhhi Agerwal, Bhumika Chawla.
Director : Chandoo Mondeti.
Producers : Naveen Yerneni, Mohan Cherukuri, Ravi Shankar Yalamanchili.
Music Director : MM Keeravani.
Release Date : NOV-2-2018
Naga Chaitanya got mixed talk for with his recently-released film Shailaja Reddy Alludu. Naga Chaitanya is back with an action thriller titled Savyasachi directed by Chandoo Mondeti hits the screen today.
Naga Chaitanya(Vikram Adithya) is a guy who constantly fighting for supremacy through his left hand which is not under his control most of the time. On the other hand, Vikram falls in love with Chitra (Nidhhi Agarwal) and his family lives are under threat, that his brother in law gets killed and his sister(Bhumika) gets severely injured and his niece gets kidnapped. Rest of the story is how Vikram saves his niece and where does Madhavan play a mind game in this entire setup.
Naga Chaitanya plays his role very well and who has been given a mass elevation. The action sequences and thrills have been composed well and the young hero looks good in all fights on screen. The first ten minutes of the film is vanishing twin syndrome has been established quite clearly.
Nidhi Agarwal has pretty looked and she has a good presentation which made a good debut on screen. She is a neat and good performer and if she selects content oriented films, she can go a long way in Tollywood. Bhumika and Thagubothu Ramesh were good in their roles.
Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar evoke decent laughs in the first half and Madhavan is the main villain does his best in the second half. His track is pretty ordinary but Madhavan breathes life into it with his performance.
Alien hand syndrome is the biggest mistake in the film which is not connected well with the storyline. The movie regular revenge drama featuring Madhavan and things do not make much sense as concept chosen.
If Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar’s comedy track would have not been there, things would have been even worse in the first half. The Subhadra Parinayam scene and Lagga Yettu song come at a very emotional stage and irritate the audience completely. Even though the subject becomes routine in the second half, the mind game between Madhavan and Chay does not create the necessary emotional effect and lacks drama.
Music by Keeravani is below par but his background score makes the second half better. Dialogues are decent and so were the lyrics. The film was produced by Mythri Movie makers so the looks in each and every frame are rich. The film needs serious editing as close to ten minutes could have been chopped out to make things better.
Chandoo Mondeti was the director of the film, he has chosen a routine revenge drama and added an alien hand syndrome to make hero’s role interesting but he does not utilize it in a proper way. The only brownie points that the director has showcased Chay in a very good manner.
Bottom Line: Unique Concept but Routine Making!