2.25 / 5
What is the movie about?
Veeru, also known as Veerendra (Sri Simha) and Madhu (Misha Narang), are about to get married the next day. However, they get jitters the night before for a number of personal reasons and try to run away (without knowing each other). How do they meet, discuss the past and know each other? What happens to marriage, that’s what the movie is about?
How are Sri Smha’s achievements?
Sri Simha chooses a different genre in his new outing. It’s a rom-com. He looks perfect for the role, which doesn’t require heavy dramatic skills or histrionics. There is no discomfort or visible discomfort in his body language, which is the good thing, but there is still a lot to be improved on that point. It’s to have a better impact.
Directed by Manikanta Gelli?
Manikanth Geli directs Thellavarith Guruvaram. The story he has chosen is a very routine and regular one, but with a neat hook line that starts the whole premise.
The first twenty minutes of Thellavarithe Guruvaram are good and connect directly to the procedure. Despite the fact that not much is known about the story. Because the entertainment coincides with the prevailing confusion about what happens and what will happen next?
However, when the leading couple embarked on their journey and the flashback started, the whole thing collapsed. What we get is a well-known love story with typical characters and problems. While it’s just one block in the whole story, we get the feeling that it never ends. It leads to the reason for making the expected decision.
It is now also clear to the mind which approach the director takes to tell his story. The focus is on delivering a different scenario to beat the story, which happens almost entirely in one night. It therefore quickly comes across as predictable.
After the break, we further get an idea of where the film is ultimately going. The blocks inserted to get to the point and evoke the feeling seem so forced. A particular track with a goat, for example, looks so out of place. But we understand why it was done, and that ‘predictability’ makes the story ‘formal’.
While on the expected lines, the ending is decent due to the comedic relief and characters return. The supporting parts with a few comedians did a good job.
Overall, Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a routine story that relies on the scenario to keep the attention. However, the weak writing and lack of freshness in the main parts let it down. Give it a try if you like romcoms and don’t mind something ho-hum.
Chitra, Misha and others?
Misha Narang and Chitra Shukla play the female leads. Interestingly, they have a similar maturity. Misha plays a traditional girl well without going overboard or overdoing it. She does as much as necessary and adequately. Chitra Shukla’s performance is good, but her character itself is annoying.
Among the supporting cast, Sathya is a show stealer. He has fewer scenes, but when he’s present, he steals the show with his timing. It’s a short but sweet and memorable part for him. Viva Harsha is quite in its usual style too. Ajay is okay in a short role. Ravi Varma and Rajeev Kanakala are okay. The rest of the casting is good, but no one knows how to impress.
Music and other departments?
Kaala Bhairava’s music is okay. The songs don’t make much of an impression. However, the background score is good. One particular block in the second half goes off track as far as the main story goes, but it has some chilling background music work. Suresh Ragutu’s cinematography is quite good for the small production. The visuals are pleasing throughout. The editing by Sathya Giduthuri is neat.
The writing, as previously mentioned, is weak. It is one of the essential elements for the movie to work, but it does not deliver the correct result.
To take off
Lack of freshness
The content in the flashback sections should be much more trendy and quirky. It would have made the scenario a much more satisfying and valuable piece of equipment.
Did I enjoy it?
Yes, in parts
Will you recommend it?
Yes, but with huge reservations
Thellavarithe Guruvaram Movie Review by Siddartha Toleti
– Finally, Veerendra – Madhu’s arranged wedding takes place and the movie comes to an end. Please visit back soon for our detailed review.
– After an accident episode, the film suddenly becomes very intense. Although it may look different, the background music here is very good.
– Thellavarithe Guruvaram started second half. Veeru’s first love song with Krishnaveni comes to an end.
– Veeru – Krishna’s Flashback episode ends.
– The hospital episode of comedian Satya is hilarious. He makes a splash in the beginning of the movie. It’s fun every time he appears on the screen.
Simha’s flashback episode is drawn into a routine love arrangement with occasional laughter.
Sri Simha tries to end his arranged wedding with Madhu (Misha Narang) one day the day before D-day. He takes us back to his flashback love episode with Dr. Krishnaveni (Chitra Shukla).
– Thellavarithe Guruvaram show started with a wedding occasion of the lead role.
Hailing from Rajamouli’s family, Sri Simha may have been of benefit to the protagonist as that helped promote today’s movie ‘Thellavarithe Guruvaram’ despite it being a small movie. But that’s not enough, Sri Simha has to perform to be part of the race.
The movie’s teaser and trailer looked interesting enough and hopefully the audience will be in for a treat in the form of this romantic comedy dramedy. Other than Sri Simha as the lead actor, everyone who has worked for the film is virtually new to the Telugu film industry.
So the responsibility lies with the director Manikanth Gelli who makes his directorial debut with this film to give a successful film for Sri Simha Koduri and also for himself. Let’s hope the impressive trailer expands into an impressive and entertaining movie.
Incidentally, music director Kaala Bhairava is Sri Simha’s older brother and his album is decent with songs that would be situational as they seem to be full of moments, especially ‘Mellagaa Mellagaa’. Let’s see if he gave a memorable score for his brother.
All said and done, it’s time to know if Sri Simha has impressed audiences with his second venture as a male lead. We will be back in a minute and stay with us folks for mirchi9 ‘Thellavarithe Guruvaram’ bona fide review from the mirchi9 team.
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