Review : Kaadhali
Director : Pattabhi R. Chilukuri
Producer : Pattabhi R. Chilukuri
Music Director : Prasan Praveen Shyam
Starring : Harish Kalyan, Sai Ronak, Pooja K. Doshi
Release Date: 16th June 2017
Kaadhali, touted to be a triangular love story starring, Harish Kalyan, Sai Ronak, Pooja K. Doshi, directed and produced by Pattabhi R. Chilukuri, has hit the theaters today. Recently Ram Charan and KTR attended the audio launch event as guests and wished the team a grand success. Let’s see the story-line:
Story: Kaadhali is all about a middle class girl Bandhavi (Pooja K Doshi) who is a Physiotherapist and fed up with all her marriage alliances. Her parents make her go hurry to get married and she decides to find a life partner herself. In this process, she meets Karthik (Sai Ronak) in a restaurant, both shares a table and love blooms. As the film progress Kranthi (Harish Kalyan), bumps into Bandhavi on the road and falls for her instantly. Bandhavi caught in a dilemma whom to choose between the two. Who will she pick as her life partner? Forms the rest of the story.
Performance: The lead actors Pooja Doshi, Sai Ronak and Harish Kalyan deliver their fantastic performance and impress everyone. Pooja looks pretty and catch the attention of viewers with her performance and cute look. Sai Ronak is fit in rich boy’s role and his character has some negative touch whereas Harish gets meaty role and he delivers his best. Bhanu Avirineni, in doctor’s role is good with his comic act. The rest of the cast perform accordingly.
Technical: There is no freshness in the story-line but the director became successful to execute the movie in engaging manner. The dialogues are impressive. Production value is ok. The music by Praveen Shyam is decent. Editing is not up to the mark. There are number of dragged scenes in the film that tests the patience of the audiences. Pattabhi R. Chilukuri narrated the first half in decent way but after the first half the slow narration spoil the entertainment level. The visuals of the movie are fantastic. Most of the film is shot in Sri Lanka and the impressive camera work showcases the film in a good light.
Analysis: Kaadhali is an attempt to portray a triangle love story from a woman’s perspective where the girl is interested in two men but it is very hard to choose one between them. The movie looked rich but the story is a little sluggish.