Heights of silliness.
148 mins, U/A Certified.
What is “Pyar Mein Padipoyane” about?
Yuktha (Shanvi) absolutely despites Chinna from her childhood because he does something that hurt her badly. Chandra (Aadi) who always thinks to be practical in life falls in love with Yuktha (Shanvi) seriously and wants her badly. What happens when Chandra comes to know about the hate of Yuktha for Chinna (Chandra’s pet name), his childhood self and how he overcomes the problem is what the film is all about.
How is Aadi’s performance?
Aadi is still raw in terms of facial emotions but he makes up for it his own limited way through dance and voice, which are fine. His dances are really good in one song especially. The commendable thing is that he is managing to hold things when the team backs him up. That isn’t the case here though.
Direction by Ravi Chavali?
Ravi Chavali has in the past directed few films which includes the highly enjoyable Samanyudu. Unfortunately the director has never been able to replicate the same command over any of his other films and this too is no different. The director tries to run the film that is thin on storyline with non stop gags. Only few of those like the Sapthagiri one, for example, works where as the rest feel tiresome and adds to the length of the film. The real story comes in the second half and he has handles it in alright manner but the basic premise itself comes across so silly that it fails to create any impact.
Shanvi and Other artists performance?
Shanvi has got a decent role in the film. She is one dimensional throughout without any sort of depth in her performance. Then there is Ashish, he is pretty poor in general but is extremely bad in the one scene he is given to make a mark. Its so bad that it makes us laugh. Comedians Sapthagiri and Tagubotu Ramesh are good, Vennela Kishore is alright. The batch playing the friend of hero fail to make any mark, except for the characterization. Kasi Vishwanath is routine and so is Madhu is a small role.
How is Anup Rubens’s Music and others?
Music by Anup Rubens is good and so is the background score. If there is one person who appears to have given his hundred percent for the film apart from the hero, its him. Cinematography is good in songs but doesn’t reach the same level otherwise. Editing is okay.
Few comedy scenes.
What about the box office performance of the film?
The film ha landed literally with out any promotions in a general sense. Add to it, its an early release than planned. Combine both of them and we have a film that has opened poorly. With the talk too not that encouraging a slew of films to release going forward the film as usual will find it hard to sustain and make a mark.
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Reviewed by Siddhartha