Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agerwal, R. Madhavan, Bhumika Chawla
Producers: Naveen Yerneni, C.V. Mohan, Y. Ravi Shankar
Music Director: M. M. Keeravani
Cinematographer: J. Yuvaraj
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Savyasachi Movie Review And Rating.
Vikram Aditya (Naga Chaitanya) is born with Vanishing Twin Syndrome where his left hand has more powers. Vikram stays with a beautiful family, his sister (Bhumika), his brother-in-law and a niece Megha. However, their sweet family life turns upside down though Arun (Madhavan), who is the nemesis and seeks grunge on Vikram and his family. But why he wants to seek revenge from Vikram is the crux of the story.
Naga Chaitanya tries to get into the skin of character but at times he fails. There are certain scenes where he fails to depict the emotions on his blank face. But count on Madhavan who steas the show with his stellar perofmmce. We wonder, why our filmmamkers never roped in him all these years who even now has a huge fans base among Telugu audience. Debutante Nidhy made a good screen presence and was perfect for her role, while Bhumika was also perfect. But thanks to Vennal Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar who tickled funny bones through gig whihc came as a relief from boredom at a time.
Chandoo Mondeti has taken an unexplored concept of Vanishing Twin Syndrome. But the problem arises in proceedings where the filmmaker hasn’t established a popular plot between protagonist his nemesis. Unlike trailer, the film doesn’t offer an edge-the seat moment. Notably, despite loosley, etched out role, Madhavan does brilliant with his screen presence and makes it riveting.
Solely watch if you’re a fan of Naga Chaitanya or Madhavan.