Director: Raj Satya
Producer: S N Reddy
Banner: SNR Films India Pvt LTD
Music: Sunil Kashyap
Starring: Rahul Ravindran, Reshmi Menon, Jiya, Rao Ramesh
Release Date: 23rd February 2018
Rahul Ravindran who made his film debut with a Tamil movie ‘Moscowin Kaveri’, in 2010 opposite Samantha, has now come up with an romantic entertainer ‘Hyderabad Love Story’, directed by Raj Satya, which has hit the theaters today on 23rd February. Reshmi Menon is playing the female lead. Let’s see the storyline.
Story: Bhagya Lakshmi (Reshmi Menon) works for Pragati Techno Services and she fall in love of Karthik (Rahul Ravindran), who is Chief Engineer with L & T, and taking care of the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project. When Bhagya was about to express her love to Karthik, she was shocked after hearing the breakup of Karthik with a rich industrialist Vaishnavi (Madhulagna Das), she tries to know the reason behind the breakup. Soon she meets Vaishnavi and Vaishnavi reveals a shocking secret about Karthik. What happens next? Form rest of the story.
- Rahul Ravindran’s performance
- Reshmi Menon’s expressions
- Stale Comedy
- Songs placement
- Slow pace
Performance: Rahul Ravindran delivers his best. He looks handsome in most of the scenes. His body language is appreciable. Reshmi Menon grabs the attention of the audiences with her traditional looks and glamour. Her cute smile created magic on the screen. Her emotions and expressions have been depicted very well. Rao Ramesh as doctor justifies with his role. Ambati Srinivas tested the patience of the viewers with his stale comedy. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The storyline of the film is simple and predictable. The Cinematography work handled by Amarnath Reddy is impressive. Editing by Varma could have been better as there are many drags in the first half of the film. There are many drags in the first half. Sunil Kashyap attracted with melodious tunes. But the placement of couple of songs tested the patience of the viewers. Background score is good. Production values are good.
Analysis: Raj Satya came up with a love story to taste the success. But the silly and stupid comedy spoil the entertainment level. The slow-paced narration coupled with predictable screenplay makes the movie sluggish. There is nothing special that can grab the attention of audiences at the theaters.