Movie: Entha Manchivaadavuraa
Director : Vegesna Satish
Behind the Scenes:
Nandamuri Kalyan Ram’s Career is always uneventful. The actor recently slimmed down a lot and is concentrating a lot on his styling. He got the much-needed hit with his last film, 118, and is keen on keeping up the success with his next movie, Entha Manchivaadavuraa, directed by Shatamanam Bhavathi fame Satish Vegesna. Let us see how the audience receives the movie.
Balu (Kalyan Ram) comes up with an idea of a service called All is Well Emotion Suppliers. The company sends people as dear ones to those who are suffering from loneliness in their lives. One day, he goes to Tanikella Bharani’s house as his son but gets into a tussle with a baddie (Rajiv Kanakala). After that, even his company falls into trouble. What happens next in Balu’s Personal and Professional Lives after that forms the rest of the story.
Kalyan Ram is fit and good looking. His styling is also apt, and he tries to get into the character. Somehow, the artificiality in their character runs into his performance as well. Mehreen gets a significant role, and she is beautiful. Rajiv Kanakala looks apt as a baddie, but his character is poorly-etched. Sarath Babu and Suhasini do what is expected of them. Naresh is wasted. Vennela Kishore, Praveen, and others have tried to bring in some laughs, but the script prevented them from doing so.
Entha Manchivaadavuraa is the Remake of a Gujarati Hit film with some changes to suit our nativity. Director Satish Vegesna established the story well in the first fifteen minutes as well without revealing the hero’s actual mission. But then, the story carried a lot of artificiality and felt unreal. It looks like the director did not learn anything from the failure of Srinivasa Kalyanam. The screenplay is also a massive disappointment. The camera work is just okay, and the editing should have been a lot better. The Production Values are also disappointing.
The first half of the film starts well but very soon slips into boredom with disappointing comedy and emotions which do not work. The second half dips further as the comedy track and Sarath Babu’s episode tests the patience of the audience. The conflict point also did not work due to the poor characterization of the baddie. The pace is too slow, and the movie is packed with several boring scenes. The Climax is another letdown. Entha Manchivaadavuraa is an outdated watch and may make some bucks due to the festival’s advantage.
Entha Manchivaadavuraa: Boring and Outdated
Cast and Crew
Starring : Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, Mehreen Kaur, Rajiv Kanakala, Sr Naresh, Sarath Babu, Suhasini, Vennela Kishore
Producers : Umesh Gupta, Subhash Gupta
Music Director : Gopi Sunder
Cinematography : Raj Thota
Editors : Thammi Raju
Release Date 15th Jan 2020