Savyasachi Movie Review: A Thrilling Rollercoaster Ride To Enjoy This Weekend
Savyasachi Movie Review: An out-of-the-ordinary experience to watch in theatres and the best part about the film is that Madhavan's acting is awesome, his every move in the film will the creeps to the audience in theatres. Check it out right now!
Savyasachi has an out-of-the-box concept in the film which is like a potpourri of different elements which gives a delicious fare when served on a platter. The best part about the film is this is Naga Chaitanya's next after Shailaja Reddy Alludu which was moderately successful in the box office.
The film revolves around Vikram (Naga Chaitanya) who suffers from a psychological condition called Vanishing Twin Syndrome where he thinks that he has a twin brother called Aditya. He falls in love with Soumya (Nidhi Agarwal) during his college days and during this breezy and relieving moments they end up proposing to each other, get married and move to the US.
After returning to India he is shocked to hear that his brother-in-law is killed and his sister (Bhoomika Chawla) injured. Their niece is safe but is held as a captive under a psychopath (R. Madhavan) who has an ulterior motive.
The first half seems quite breezy and overdosed with sweetness which will be quite tedious. But it picks up the pace later on when the thrilling sequence enters and you tends to feel goosebumps when Madhavan enters. His creepiness is the only thing which is an X-factor of the film which keeps energy exploding like a dynamite.
We had reduced Ticket Price for this movie by Rs.75.
Madhavan gets into the character of a psychotic cold-blooded murderer and every minute he gives the creeps to the audience due to his presence.
The leading ladies of the film Nidhi Aggarwal and Bhumika Chawla are given limited screen time in the movie.
But they do a pretty good job in keeping the glamour quotient in the film.
The actor has done a pretty good job in emoting those expressions which is not found in most of the films which dealt with a similar theme.
Director Chandoo Mondetti, who has given back-to-back hits like Kartikeya and Premam in his career as a director has taken a very cool subject.
He has added another feather in his cap with this film which is winning hearts worldwide with its impeccable storyline.
MM Keeravani's music seems to be quite forgettable and not matching our expectations but the background score in the film during the second half revs up the energy which keeps the audience enthralled and engaged to it.
This film will be another feather in Naga's cap which might help him bag multiple offers in the film industry.
We might get to see more from Naga Chaitanya after this flick with multiple offers.
Overall, give this film a watch this forthcoming weekend and please mention in the comments section what do you feel about it.
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