'c/o Kancharapalem' - Movie Review
Release Date :07 Sep 2018
Run Time :151 Minutes
Genres :Drama, Romance
Music :Sweekar Agasthi
Director :Venkatesh Maha
Producer :Vijaya Praveena Paruchuri, Rana Dhaggubati
This is a movie set up with a complete Telugu nativity in a village named Kancharapalem. As Rana Dhaggubati came forward to present it through Suresh Productions, a lot of interest has been generated on what could have made him do that. Well, the movie actually proved that high budget and commercial elements are not the only requirements to make a film.
The movie depicts the human emotions and love in a very naturalistic manner. It showcases some interesting love stories of an aged man, a youngster who falls for a prostitute, a school going kid, an inter caste love affair, and what would be the outcome of all these love stories. The film projects emotions in a beautiful way which forms the major asset of the movie.
Raju(Subbarao) is an attender in a government office at Kancharapalem. Though he is 49 years old he couldn't get married. Everyone starts mocking him for that. Radha(Radha Bessy) joins his office as his higher official. She gets attracted to his character and wants to marry him but hesitates thinking about her family.
Gaddam Mohan(Mohan Bhagat) works in a vine shop to which Saleema comes everday to purchase liquor. He falls for her. In another story an orphan Joseph(Karthik Ratnam) own the village's gym. He crosses path with Bhargavi (Praneetha Patnaik) and they both fall in love with each other. In yet another story a boy studying seventh standard likes his class mate Sunitha (Nityasri Guru), but suddenly Sunitha leaves the village. Now the interesting aspect to know is what is the relation between these four love stories and what would happen finally. and to know that we need to watch the movie on screen.
- Situational Songs
- Background music
- Performances of the new star cast
- All new faces except one or two
- Being a concept movie, may not allure all sectors of audience
- Making a movie with such low budget is appreciable
- Varun Chapekar and Adithya Javvadi's Camara work is impressive
- Wonderful editing by Ravi Teja
It is a trend setting concept based movie which is heart touching with lovely emotions. Those who like to watch something away from routine can surely give it a try this weekend.