Touted as romantic thriller film written and directed by Goverdhan Reddy, featuring Rahul, Rajiv and Shravya. Promos and Publicity helped the curiosity towards the film. Yet again, Brand Maruthi is another pulling factor. Let’s see how the film is.
Aakash is an insecure, innocent and grabby young lad works in a mobile sales company meets Meenakshi (Sharavya) who is completely at the other pole of confident and self-moving. They fall in love and get married against their politically opposite parents’ wishes and moved to Hyderabad. Independent and Married life of this duo begin on happy note with lot of contentment, one year is passed off. Problems arises when Meenakshi joins a software company, Aakash becomes possessive and insecure about Meenakhi’s character and he chases her like a detective. Does Meenakshi betrayed Aakash? Forms the rest of the story.
Rahul who made is debut with promising note as Tyson in Happy Days demoting himself with his action and diction. Just like his any other films, he needs to wait for another 2 to 3 years to bag another offer.
Shravya is a show stealer. Her native look and arteries are deserve a watch. She has potential to lead in small budget films.
Rajiv Son of Musician Koti had nothing to mention. The guy who played an antagonist is impressive.
DOP is good at parts. Camera work is brilliant in songs and routine in other cheap scenes. JB’s Back Ground score. Debutant director Govi chosen a good line however failed miserably by adding over dosage masala, especially the scenes involves Software Industry culture are forcible and uncultured. Entire first half and first 20 to 30 minutes of second half are conceived with unhealthy scenes debasing the real content.
Creative Commercials and KS Rama Rao garu who have credits of offering memorable films, how come they joined Maruthi Talkies?
It would be a sinner to talk about the dialogues of the film. No comments.
There are two type of people, one believe to make a cinema so that they can make money and another they make movies to make money. When you this film, one can sadden where the Telugu cinema is heading to. Take a base line and add forcible, uncultured and vulgar scenes made this film a terrible. If you feel that you have missed teenage escaping from Malayalam B grade masala kind of stuff then ‘Love You Bangaram’ offers a bumper offer on big screen.
There is thin line between Love and Lust. There were times we had genre called ‘Love Story’ and Team Maruthi adds a new genre that’s ‘Lust Story’
Cinetara Rating : 1/5