Savyasachi Review

savya-sachiMovie : Savyasachi

Director : Chandoo Mondeti

Producer : Naveen Yerneni, CV Mohan, Y Ravi Shankar

Banner : Mythri Movie Makers

Music Director : M.M. Keeravani

Cinematographer : J. Yuvaraj

Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Starring : Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agerwal, R. Madhavan, Bhumika Chawla

Release Date: 2nd November 2018

Rate : 1.5/5

After delivering Shailaja Reddy Alludu, Naga Chaitanya is back with action entertainer Savyasachi, which has hit the theaters today on 2nd November. The movie is directed by Premam fame Chandoo Mondeti and produced by Mythri Movie Makers. Let’s see how it is.

 

Story: Vikram Aditya (Akkineni Naga Chaitanya), who is an ad maker, suffers from alien hand syndrome where his left hand is not in his control most of the time. He falls in love with Chitra (Niddhi Agarwal). They go to USA for an ad shot and after coming back to city, Vikram Aditya comes to know that his brother in law gets killed and his sister (Bhumika Chawla) is injured whereas his niece gets kidnapped. Who kidnaps Vikram’s niece? Where does Madhavan feature in this entire setup? How Vikram saves her? These questions form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

Minus Points:

  • Narration
  • Screenplay
  • Romantic track
  • Direction

Performance: Naga Chaitanya as Virkam Adithya is good. But the character of hero in this film is flawless, hence there is no scope for drama/conflict in the story. Nidhhi Agerwal looks cute but she got limited screen space and has no meaning to the story at all. Madhavan doesn’t have much to do. Sudharshan Reddy is wasted in an insignificant role. Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar, and others are just ok.

Technical: The story of Savyasachi has nothing new except for the concept of Alien hand syndrome. Screenplay and narration are dull. There was a lot of scope to add humor but the director failed to add one. There are many forced tracks in the film. The film takes a lot of time to get into the actual story line. The Music of Keeravani has worked out okay on the screen though they are not that great on audio. The background score are huge disappointment. Editing is below average as at least ten minutes in the film could have been easily chopped off. Coming to the director Chandoo Mondeti, he came up with an interesting storyline but his execution is not up to the mark. He added many unnecessary elements. The villain’s track has not been handled superbly by him.

Analysis: All in all Savyasachi disappoints with routine and dull narration.  The movie doesn’t provide any entertainment.

30%
Average

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