Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agarwal, Madhavan, Bhumika, Vennela Kishore, Satya
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Producers: Naveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Shankar, Mohan Cherukuri
Music: M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography: J. Yuvaraj
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Banner: Mythri Movie Makers
Savyasachi is a suspense thriller film produced by the top production house Mythri Movie Makers. This film is ready to run in theatres from today across the world. The movie is directed by Chandoo Mondeti and he is well-known for his back to back super hit films Karthikeya and Premam. Savyasachi is the second film from the combination of Chandoo Mondeti & Naga Chaitanya. Ace music director M. M. Keeravani has composed the music and this is his next composed film after Baahubali.
Bollywood beauty Nidhhi Agerwal is making her debut into Tollywood with this film. Tamil hero Madhavan is playing a negative role and Bhumika in a key role. Savyasachi is a much awaited movie and Akkineni fans are eagerly waiting to catch this power-packed film in theatres. Finally, the movie is in theatres now. Does this movie meet the expectations of the audience? Let’s find in our review here.
Vikramaditya (Naga Chaitanya) is an Ad-Film maker lives happily with his sister’s family. He puts more love on his sister (Bhumika) and niece Mahalakshmi. Vikram is suffering from Vanishing Twin Syndrome and due to this; he is unable to control the power of his left hand. He meets his ex-lover Chitra (Nidhhi Agarwal) after six years and goes to New York for their next Ad shoot. After returning home, Vikram finds that his sister family killed in a cylinder accident. Later, he found that his sister was live and his niece was kidnapped by Arun (Madhavan). Who is Arun? Why he kidnapped Vikram’s niece and targeted his family? You should have to watch the film in the theater to get the answers.
Vanishing Twin Syndrome is definitely a new concept which we have not seen till now. Director Chandoo Mondeti has written the story around this concept and narrated the same to guess easily. He has revealed the story at the beginning and then started the play. He has shown clearly about the vanishing twin syndrome without creating any confusion. But, he has used this theme to create the comedy. We have already seen the cat & mouse kind of rivalry between the hero and villain in many movies. So, we may feel the second-half as a regular routine.
Simply, he was used a routine screenplay technique to narrate a different story that lacks the freshness in storytelling. Director was tried hard to add the love track and college scenes when the serious things are running on the screen. But, the scenes come the post-interval is engaging and definitely thrills the audience. The scenes between Naga Chaitanya and Madhavan are very interesting. Director Chandoo Mondeti tried his best to convey the theme of the movie to the audience with his slow screenplay. Of course, the slowness in the screenplay irritates the audience at some moments.
But, director Chandoo Mondeti failed to present the fresh story with a tight screenplay. The first 20 minutes of the movie are engaging but the remaining is just to pass the time. The love track between the lead pair is like a kind of boring stuff and not pictured perfectly to engage the audience. But, the director has done his best to showcase the clash between the hero and villain in the second half in an interesting way. Naga Chaitanya as Vikramaditya has done the best and performed well in the emotional scenes especially in the climax episode.
Madhavan’s performance in the negative role is the highlight of the movie but the dubbing for the character is not convincing in few scenes. Nidhhi Agarwal has not had a scope to perform but impressed with her glam and dance moves. Others like Vennela Kishore, Sudharshan, Satya, and Hyper Aadhi have created enough laughs within their short screen time. The production values of Mythri Movie Makers are rich. Two songs are really good and the remix one is the highlight of the album. Overall, Savyasachi is a new concept which is not executed perfectly on the screen to thrills the audience as expected.
Telugu Bullet Punchline: Savyasachi…a new concept with an average execution.
Telugu Bullet Rating: 2.75/5