Chandamama Kathalu Movie Review
25CineFrames Rating: 2.5/5
|Starring||:||Manchu Lakshmi Manchu, Amitha Rao, Shamili, Krishnudu, Chaitanya Krishna|
|Music Director||:||Mickey J. Meyer|
Chandamama Kathalu is Telugu anthology film which was released today after some huge rounds of promotions. It is directed by Praveen Sattaru and produced by Chanakya Bhooneti. The film has eight sub-stories revolving around love. Aamani, Lakshmi Manchu, Naresh, Krishnudu, Chaitanya Krishna, Abhijeet, Naga Shaurya, Vennela Kishore, Amitha Rao and Richa Panai are in the lead roles. Mickey J Meyer composed the music for this film. Let’s look over the movie story and review of “Chandamama Kathalu”.
Chandamama Kathalu is an collection with 8 sub-stories. To start with Kishore (Saradhi) is an award-winning writer whose daughter is diagnosed with a disease. He sits up to write a human-interest story weaved with 8 sub-stories to make some money out of it. The central roles of the sub plots include a model, a software professional, a poor village couple, two teenage college students, a beggar, young Muslim lovers, Old pair Aamani, Naresh and the one being Kishore himself. What is the common thread that connects all these sub-plots form? The film depicts as on how these sub plots are connected in the name of LOVE.
Krishnudu (as Venkateshwara Rao) played a very normal guy who has a sole ambition of getting married before he turns thirty. For that he keeps praying all the Gods and Goddesses, visits number of palmists, searches a suitable match in daily news papers . He works as a software engineer but he finds it difficult to spot a girl who can marry him ,only because of he being so fat. Manchu Lakshmi, as Lisa Smith is a falling model who got nothing to with Venkateshwara Rao. They just meet in a pub once, and surprisingly they end up marrying each other at the end of the movie.
Plus Points :
- Veteran actors Naresh, Amani’s role.
- Beggar’s character.
Minus Points :
- First Half
- Boring Storyline
Final Words :
On whole, Chandamama Kathalu is one-time watch for movie lovers who expects different flicks.
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Overall 25CineFrames Rating : 2.5/5