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Savyasachi Movie Review

Starring : Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agerwal, R. Madhavan, Bhumika Chawla
Director : Chandoo Mondeti
Producers : Naveen Yerneni, C.V. Mohan, Y. Ravi Shankar
Music Director : M. M. Keeravani
Rating : 2.75/5

Post the mixed response of Sailajareddy Alludu, Chay is back with an action thriller called Savyasachi. Directed by Chandoo Mondeti, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.

Story:

Vikram Aditya(Chay) is a guy who suffers from alien hand syndrome where the left hand does not be in his control most of the time. On the other hand, Vikram falls in love with Chitra(Niddhi Agarwal) and when things seem to be going absolutely fine, his life turns upside down as his brother in law gets killed and his niece gets kidnapped. Rest of the story is as to how Vikram saves his niece and where does Madhavan feature in this entire setup.

Plus Points:

Chai-maddy scenes
Madhavan as Arun
Dialogues
Action sequences
BGM

Minus Points:

Routine story
College scenes

Technical Aspects:

Music by Keeravani is below par but his background score makes the second half better. Dialogues are decent and so were the lyrics. The film needs serious editing as close to ten minutes could have been chopped out to make things better.

Coming to the director Chandoo Mondeti, he has done a below par job with the film. He has chosen a routine revenge drama and added an alien hand syndrome to make hero’s role interesting. But he does not make use of it in a proper way. Also, the way he has under utilized an actor like Madhavan is also very disappointing. The only brownie points he gets here is that he has showcased Chay in a very good manner.

Verdict:


On the whole, Savyasachi is an average revenge drama which has some decent moments in the second half. The concept is good but it has not been connected properly in the story and this where things become routine. As there are no big films in the coming days, there will be a few takers for this revenge drama. All we suggest you is that the film can be given a shot this weekend but don’t go in expecting something different.


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