‘Chi La Sow’ – Movie Review
Release Date :03 Aug 2018
Run Time :134 Minutes
Genres :Romantic Comedy, Drama
Music :Prashanth Vihari
Writer :Rahul Ravindran
Director :Rahul Ravindran
Producer :Nagarjuna (Annapurna Studios), Bharat Kumar, Jaswanth Nadipalli
‘Chi La Sow’ is the movie directed by Rahul Ravindran and jointly produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna, Bharat Kumar and Jaswanth Nadipalli. Sushanth and Ruhani Sharma are the lead pair. Rahul Ravindran who left a mark with his acting has now taken up the megaphone for the first time. How a boy who doesn’t want to get married ever and a girl for whom marriage becomes a life and death matter because of her family situations gets united is what the story of ‘Chi La Sow’ is all about. Convincing emotional sequences and top notch performances helmed by Rahul Ravindran are an asset for this movie. Sushanth seems to have been placed in the right genre which suits him the most. He perfectly fitted in the character and performed wonderfully well. Ruhani nailed it with her simple looks and top notch performance. The movie is a package of love and emotions put together in a very convincing way by Rahul Ravindran.
Arjun (Sushanth) who doesn’t have a clarity on life, keeps running away from the proposal of getting married. His life takes a drastic turn when he meets Anjali( Ruhani) as a part of marriage alliance (Pellichoopulu). He starts liking her from the first sight. On the other hand, Anajali’s wedding proposals keeps failing due to her mother’s ill health. On such situation her mother attempts a suicide thinking that until she is alive her daughter can’t get married. Anjali who lost her father and stands as a family support finally agrees to have check out on Arjun in Pellichoopulu . What twists and turns would take place in the process of Arjun trying to convince Anjali for the marriage formst the rest of the story.
- Rahul Ravindran’s superb Direction
- Sushanth’s settled performance
- Vennela Kishore’s Comedy
- Ruhani's performance and screen presence
- Nothing which would impress the mass audience
- Few lagging scenes
- Prashanth Vihari’s excellent Music
- Impressive cinematography by Sukumar
- Excellent Production Values
It is a very good family entertainer which would appeal to the multiplex audience. Overall it is a movie which can be enjoyed with the entire family. Don't miss to check it out this weekend.