Movie Review: Tellavarithe Guruvaram
Director: Manikanth Gelli
Producer: Rajani Korrapati and Ravindra Benerjee Muppaneni
Banner: Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram, Loukya Entertainments
Music director: Kaala Bhairava
Starring: Chitra Shukla, Sri Simha, Misha Narang, Rajeev Kanakala, Satya, Ajay, Viva Harsha
Release Date: 27th March 2021
Tellavarithe Guruvaram movie review: Sri Simha, Chitra Shukla, Misha Narang starrer romantic drama Tellavarithe Guruvaram, helmed by Manikanth Gelli has hit the theaters today on 27th March. Let’s see the story of Tellavarithe Guruvaram.
Story: Veeru (Sri Simha) and Madhu (Misha Narang) are about to get married in the muhurthum of early hours but they are not interested to get marry so they decide to run away from the wedding . Will Veeru and Madhu run away? What happens next, form rest of the story of Tellavarithe Guruvaram.
- Sri Simha
- Romantic track
- Predictable scenes
Performance: Sri Simha Koduri has improved his performance and he delivers his best in the role of Veeru. His body language and dialogue delivery are impressive and he does a good job in the emotional scenes. Heroine Chitra Shukla is good in her role and she looks cute on the screen. Sathya’s comedy deserves a special mention. Misha Narang is just okay in her role. Rajeev Kanakala is ok as a doting father. Rest of the cast of Tellavarithe Guruvaram perform accordingly.
Technical: Though the story of Tellavarithe Guruvaram is impressive but narration is not gripping. The film has scope to evoke more drama, romance and comedy but that does not happen. The production values are top notch. Cinematography work is amazing but the editing is not up to the mark. The wedding setup is good. The music by Kaala Bhairava is not good but his BGM is pretty impressive.
Analysis: Overall Thellavarithe Guruvaram is an average film. Go and watch it.