Savyasachi Review

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Movie: Savyasachi

Rating: 2.75/5.0

Writing and Direction: Chandoo Mondeti

Behind the Scenes:

Yuva Samrat Naga Chaitanya has delivered two back to back flops with his last two films – Yuddham Sharanam and Shailaja Reddy Alludu. The actor has pinned high hopes on his next film, Savyasachi releasing today. Savyasachi is promising with its interesting concept.  Let us see how Savyasachi is received by the audience:


Vikram Aditya (Naga Chaitanya) is an Ad Film Maker. He loved a girl Chitra (Nidhi Agarwal) in college but they part ways due to some reason. They unexpectedly meet once again after six years. Vikram Aditya suffers from Vanishing Twin Syndrome with which his left hand behaves as another man and will react whenever he is happy or angry. While Vikram gets close to Chitra, a bomb blast occurs in his sister Sridevi’s house (Bhumika) killing his Brother-in-law and a kidnap of their daughter. Who is behind the Bomb Blast? How Vikram Aditya saved his niece? Who is Arun (Madhavan) in this story? forms the rest.

Star Shine:

Naga Chaitanya and Madhavan were excellent in the film. Madhavan is an excellent find as an antagonist. Chay is good in a mass angle and looks good in fights. Nidhi Agarwal gets good marks for her beauty as well as acting. Bhumika is okay in a little role. Vennela Kishore, Satya, Shakalaka Shankar, Sudharshan managed some laughs here and there. Thagubothu Ramesh is superb in a different role.


Chandoo Mondeti picked up a routine revenge drama and tried to bring novelty by adding the concept of Vanishing Twin Syndrome. The Second Half is more about a Mind Game which was not handled very well. The dialogues written by him are well written. The Technical values of the film are very good. Keeravani came up with an average album while the background score is excellent. Yuvraj’s camera work is too good. The Production Values of Mythri Movie Makers are superb.


The First Half of Savyasachi is more about the introduction of the characters and the love story which did not have any novel factor. Somehow, the scenes between the lead pair also appeared artificial. Comedy is fine here and there. Shakalaka Shankar livened up the story in the USA but even that did not last long. The real story begins in the Second Half. Post the Bomb Blast and Kidnap, the hero resorts to Mind Games. But that is not gripping and offered nothing new. Moreover, there are no interesting scenes. The Pre-Climax of the film are good. Madhavan track, the reasons for targeting Vikram Aditya’s family, and Vanishing Syndrome are good. Even though there are some elements which appeal to the masses, the faulty narration made the film an average fare.

Movie Marks:

Savyasachi: Misses Target


Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Nidhi Agarwal, Madhavan, Bhumika, and others

Writing and Direction: Chandoo Mondeti

Producer: Naveen Yerineni, Y Ravishankar, and CVM

DOP: Yuvaraj

Music: MM Keeravani

Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Banner: Mythri Movie Makers

Release Date: 2nd November 2018

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