Savyasachi movie review, Naga Chaitanya Savyasachi rating (3/5) – A Revenge Drama


Savyasachi Review: Naga Chaitanya’s Savyasachi is finally hit the theaters today. Akkineni Naga Chaitanya, who was last seen in Shailaja Reddy Alludu, is pinning a lot of hopes on this action and romantic entertainer. Though it is coming with less gap, the storyline of the movie has excited the audiences and there seems to be enough stuff to entertain the audiences. Scroll down below and check out Naga Chaitanya’s Savyasachi Telugu Film Review & Rating.

Movie: Savyasachi
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Producer: Naveen Yerneni, CV Mohan, Y Ravi Shankar
Banner: Mythri Movie Makers
Music Director: M.M. Keeravani
Starring: Naga Chaitanya, R. Madhavan, Nidhhi Aggarwal
Release Date: 2nd November 2018
Rating: – 3/5

Chaitanya gets to play a young man Vikram Aditya who has no control over his left hand. ‘Munna Micheal’ actress Nidhi Agarwal will be seen romancing him in ‘Savyasachi’. Talented and versatile actor Madhavan will be making his entry in Tollywood as an antagonist with this film while Bhoomika Chawla will be seen as Chai’s elder sister. Apart from them, the film has a set to actors like Vennela Kishore, Rao Ramesh, ‘Taagubothu’ Ramesh, Satya, Dishita Sehgal playing key roles. The film is produced by Mythri Movie Makers whereas the film has the music by Keeravani.

As the title suggests, the movie is about a twin brother who is absorbed by Naga’s character in the womb and controls his left hand. Unscientifically called the Vanishing Twin Syndrome. How this issue helps the hero forms the crux of the movie.

savyasachi had decent production values and MM Keeravani’s songs and background score, J Yuvaraj’s cinematography, action choreography, and dialogues are attractions on the technical front, add the viewers.

Verdict: Savyasachi first half has an impressive storyline. So far, the novelty factor left-hand syndrome isn’t utilized much. The love track, comedy, and songs are okay. The second half is very critical. The savyasachi revenge drama, overall. The left-hand syndrome is used to freshen up the narrative, but it is not effective. Visit back for our frank review soon.

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