Romance – Nuisance
What is “Romance” about?
Romance is the story of Krishna (Prince) who is on a hunt for a perfect girl (Virgin). His friend Bluetooth Babu tells him a 4 point formula to identify the perfect girl. Krishna flirts Lalita (Manasa) and finally manages to impress her. But when he applies the formula, he finds that she is not one he is looking and ditches her. Later, he goes behind Anu (Dimple Chopade) and she slowly falls from him and she also fits in the formula. Story takes a twist then. What is it and what is in store for Krishna forms the rest of the story.
How is Prince?
Starting with looks, Prince has a lanky frame which makes it tough to find heroines matching his height. This is also a hindrance to get the chemistry between the lead pair right. His histrionics, dialogue delivery and expressions are decent.
How is Darling Swamy’s direction?
A successful writer, Swamy is turning director with this movie. But it is certainly not a good first outing for him. Just like Maruthi teams earlier projects, Romance is all about youth weaknesses, sex, love etc., but the director failed in treating it well. The script work is very poor with most scenes do not serving their own purpose. Romantic scenes look childish, Emotional scenes look silly, comedy scenes do not evoke laughter.
What about Manasa, Dimple and others ?
Manasa plays a little role in the movie and she is just about okay. Dimple steals the show with perfect curves and oomph. Her performance is decent too. Sai Kumar as Bluetooth Babu evoked few laughs her and there. Rest of them are okay.
How is Music, Songs, Dances other departments?
Sai Karthik has given a decent album and the back ground score is just about okay. Director shot the songs decently. There are not much of dances. Editing have been very patch and cinematography is decent with out much technique involved.
1. Interval Bang
2. Few Parody dance and mimicry sequences
3. Poor comedy
What about its box office prospects?
Maruthi’s team bags its first failure at the box office.
Did I enjoy it?