Chalo Movie Review
Cast and crew:
Cast: Naga Shourya, Rashmika Madanna, Vennela Kishore
Director: Venky Kudumula
Music Director: Mahati Swara Sagar
Producer: Usha Mulpuri
Naga Shourya, who recently acted in Jyo Achyutananda is back again with Chalo, starring Rashmika Madanna as the female lead. Shourya impressed the audience with films like Kalyana Vaibhogame, Oohalu Gusagusalade, and Oka Manasu has raised the expectations of the audience on this comedy entertainer Chalo. This film is being produced under his home banner Ira Creations. Let’s have a look at the review:
Since childhood Hari (Naga Shaurya) likes to get involved in fights and just to have fun, he used to involve in disputes. He is sent to a college in Tiruppuram bu his father (Naresh) and that place are filled with disputes between two different regions, Telugu and Tamil people. Telugu people are headed by Keshava (Achyuth Kumar) and Tamilians head is Veera Muththu (Mime Gopi). He falls in love with Muththu’s daughter Karthika (Rashmika Mandanna) and from then he starts fighting for his love. The rest of the story is how he get succeed in love and what actually happens between the two groups long ago.
Naga Shaurya did justice to the role and he quite impressed the audience a lot. Rashmika Mandanna impressed the audience and her debut is undoubtedly a successful one. The comedians like Satya, Vennela Kishore, Sudarshan and Viva Harsha tickle the funny bones of the audience. The actors in other roles also impressed the audience.
The music composed by Sagar and cinematography by Sai Sriram are biggest assets to this film. The dialogues are excellent, and the punches will be received well by the audiences. The editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao and Thammi Raju is impressive. The production values are grand in the film.
Though the director has taken a routine concept, he successfully presented it in an interesting manner. The director should definitely need a pat on his shoulder for his unique characterizations and the way he wrote the script. Especially during the first half, there is a lot of fun in college scenes. The chemistry between Shourya and Rashmika is fantastic. The second half looks a bit boring, but Vennela Kishore’s entry is a big relief to the audience. On the whole, the film is definitely a big treat to the audience.