Film: || Chapter 6 |
Cast: || Kalyani, Haranath Palacharla, Bala, Sonia Soori, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Rajan P.Dev, M.S, Kondavalasa, Shakuntala, Chinna and others.
Music: || Mohan Sitara, P.C. Sivan |
Editing: || Gowtam Raju |
Producer: || Kalyani |
Story, Screenplay & Direction: || Surya Kiran |
Banner: || Midas Touch |
Story: The story of the movie is divided into six chapters, and each chapter represents a color.
First chapter is named 'Birth of Love' in which a radio artist Bharath(Bala) falls in love with commissioner Rajasekhar's (Late Rajan P.Dev) daughter Shilpa(Sonia Soori). The lovers cross their limits and as a result Shilpa becomes pregnant.
Chapter two is named 'Divinity of Love', in this chapter love between Satyabhama(Kalyani) and Satyamurthy(Haranath Palacharla) is shown from the point where Satyamurthy is in search of a suitable bride for himself and he gets Satyabhama and they get married.
Chapter three is given a name 'Separation of Love'. The M.D. of the Chit Fund Company, in which Satyabhama works, cheats his investors and escapes. However, Satyabhama is forced to accept she is one of the culprits and has good terms with him. When her husband Satyamurthy comes to rescue her from the police, they separate Satyabhama from him and take him to their custody. Thus the separation takes place.
Chapter four is named as 'Pain of Love'. Bharat tries to elope with Shilpa. However, his plans go futile as she is abducted by some other person. Meanwhile, police release Satyamurthy from their custody.
Chapter five is named as 'Search of Love'. Bharat is in a hurry to search for his love, while Satyamurthy's story is different. He in fact, kidnaps not only Shilpa but also the commissioner of Police, Rajasekhar.
Chapter six is named as 'Victory of Love'. In this Chapter the director deals how the lovers get united again.
Kalyani: Since she is the producer of this movie, she got the chance to play one of the heroines role. Otherwise, she would not have got any chance as a heroine as she appeared as an aunty rather than a heroine. Better, she prefer sister roles or any other similar roles in her forthcoming movies. As far as her acting skills are concerned, she is okay.
Haranath Palacharla: He too looks like an uncle and hence he was apt choice by the director for Kalyani's husband role. His acting and dialogues in the climax scene are good.
Bala: He was good at his part.
Sonia Soori: She was hot and sexy. In 'Voohallo Tummeda' song, her skin show was good.
Others: Several other actors, especially many comedians acted in this movie. However, nobody needs any mention here.
It seems even T.V. serials music is far better than this. Background score is not up to the mark at all.
Story, Screenplay and Direction:
It seems the dividing of the story as chapters has been inspired by last year's Hollywood block buster Inglorious Bastards. Leaving that innovative aspect, the screenplay is so lengthy that the audience waited every time for the next chapter, and when all the chapters were over, they had good relief. It is a complete let down film from director Surya Kiran. However, some innovative ideas deserve appreciation. They are, villain killing a person by forcing him to smoke too many cigarettes, and the other killing where the person is killed by being forced to eat too much of white rice. Are these ideas inspired by any Hollywood movies? Somebody tell us.
- Confused Story.
- Poor Star-cast.
- Poor Direction.
- Very Lengthy Narration.
Bottom Line: If you watch it, your chapter will be closed. Thats it.