Chammak Challo Movie Review
Chamak Challomjovie Movie Review
Director: G. Neelakanta
Producer: DS Rao
Music Director: Kiran Varanasi
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Sanchita Padukone, Catherine Tresa, Sayyaji Shindey.
After a little gap Director Neelakanta who is known for a new genre of films like Show, Missamma and other he came with a new romantic drama ChamakChallo. This time he took Varun Sandesh, Catherene Theresa, Sanchita Padukone to play the lead roles.
The movie released today.
There is an ambitious filmmaker Kishore (Srinivas Avasarala) and he wants to make a love story. There he meets a Professor Apparao(SayyajiShindey) at a park. There is a couple of love birds Shyam(VarunSandesh) and Anshu (Sanchita Padukone)
Actually the duo are the students of Professor Apparao Aggarwal he encouraged them but the world is so cruel there, which comes in between them a hot sexy liberal girl to steal away Shyam. Shyam was greatly influenced by hot Sunaina, what happens next forms the rest of the story to watch on the screen.
Though the movie is a love story, there is no speed like in other love stories. The scenes in between Varun Sandesh and Sanchita are just bores any one instead of entertaining. The story runs in a slow pace.
There are unrealistic or novelistic expressions which are very unsuitable to the big screen. And dialogues are seen dull and pathetic in the movie and present practical speed in between the love birds. There is no scenic beauty or the dialogue punch.
For any love story music is real strength but there is no energy added with music. The songs too pictured poor and remain forgettable. The suspense scenes upset without maintaining the grip.
Varun is routine except his looks. He needs energy and active enough to entertain the audience.
Sanchita failed to deliver a decent acting as glamour girl; she needs a lot of training.
Catherene Teresa is excessively seductive and exposed in required levels. She did justice to her character.
As Apparao Aggarwal, Sayyaji Shindey is fine. He brings laughs but many unexpected and impractical scenes eaten his character.
Others too played well up to their roles.
The cinematography is neat but needs a lot of improvement. Editing is dull, dialogues are poor. Screenplay is the real drawback for the movie. Story line too needs a lot of improvements.
One cannot suggest you to watch this movie, better leave this movie. Wait for a month for DVD.