Producer: Dr. Bharrath Somi
Music director: MM Keeravani
Starring: Ranjith, Palak Lalwani, Ali, Saptagiri
Release Date: 23rd February 2018
Juvva, directed by Trikoti Peta who earlier directed Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya, has hit the theaters today on 23rd February. Juvva has created a lot of buzz owing to the aggressive promotions by the makers and because of the renowned technicians as a part of this film. Let’s see the storyline.
Story: Basavaraj Patil (Arjun) is attracted to Shruthi (Palak Lalwaani) in their school days. When the Principal warns Basavaraj, he kills the principal. He gets sentenced for 14 years and as a result of it, Shruthi’s family left Hyderabad and changed her name from Shruthi to Aadhya. Soon Raana (Ranjith) comes in contact of Aadhya and falls in her love. He also comes to know about Basavaraj Patil as he gets released after the sentence. How will Raana solve the problem of Sruthi with Basavaraj Patil forms the rest of the story.
- Production value
- Predictable Storyline
Performance: Ranjith as Raana delivers his superb performance. He is perfectly suited for the role. His way of dialogue delivery is impressive. Palak Lalwaani as Sruthi is good. She looks cute and also perform well. Arjun as an obsessed or psychotic lover is superb. He is an apt choice for the role. Posani Krishna Murali, Sapthagiri and others performed accordingly.
Technical: The story of Juvva is written by M. Rathnam who has worked as a writer for many big blockbusters of Tollywood. Dialogues are good. The songs composed by MM Keeravani are good and his background score is fine. The comedy has worked well. Cinematography by Suresh is nice and visuals are good. Editing is ok. Production Values are good.
Analysis: Juvva is all about the story of a girl caught between one man’s love and another man’s obsession. The first half is filled with comedy scenes and love story between the lead pair whereas the second half is filled with hero saving heroine. On a whole Juvva has elements and intent that attract family crowds.