Naga Chaitanya New Movie Savyasachi Review
Naga Chaitanya’s Savyasachi was created a stong buzz for its intrigutinn teasers and trailers. The films draws its plot on vanishing twin syndrome concept, a first of its kind story-line in Tollywood. Madhavan was playing Naga Chaitanya’s in this film.
Vikram Aditya (Chay), an Ad. Film maker, meets his client and ex-lover Chitra (Nidhhi Agerwal) after six years. They refresh sweet memories from college life, go to New York City for their next Ad shooting. When returned, Vikram finds his sister’s family was attacked, niece was kidnapped.
Arun Raj (Madhavan) has been a talented youngster, but he dislikes the socirty around him for a reason. Arun attacks Vikram’s family and kidnaps his niece. Rest of the story is the mind game between Arun and Vikram.
Savyasachi film has an interesting story that has been diluted with dull narration. The core conflict point written from Vikram.
Two songs in the first half shaped up well, in second hald there is a nice remix song but it was timing bad. Chandoo was failed to impress the audience with his narration.
Chay as Vikram got an interesting role, he performed well. R Madhavan as disgrunted genius performed adequately. Heroine Nidhhi Agerwal was very limited role.
Chay and Madhavan performances
Boring college episodes in first half
Lack of engaging narration
Mind game between Chay/Madhavan is not interesting
Savyasachi movie has a pretty average first half and partially engaging second half.
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, R Madhavan, Nidhhi Agerwal
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Music Director: MM Keeravani
Choreography: J Yuvaraj
Producer: Mythri Movie Makers