Cast: Vijay Devarakonda, Ritu Varma, Anish Kuruvilla, Nandu
Directed by: Tarun Bhaskar
Produced by: Raj Kandukuri, Yash Rangineni
Banner: Dharmapatha Creations and Big Ben cinemas
Music Composed by: Vivek Sagar
Pelli Choopulu, is one film which has made a ton of buzz recently. Right from the day the trailer was released this film has gotten positive talk. The film belongs to romantic- comedy genre that is directed by Tarun Bhaskar. The movie is released today and here is the analysis of it.
Movie is started with Prashanth(Vijay) is an ecstatic youth who takes things simple in life. He wouldn’t like to take after the group mindset and points of turning into chef. Seeing his joyful state of mind, his dad chooses to get him wedded and fixes his organization together with an ambetious girl called Chitra(Ritu Varma). To Prashanth’s misfortune, Chitra uncovers to him that she is not keen on getting married and needs to begin a food truck business. Frustrated Prashanth, leaves the situation and chooses to proceed onward in life and finds yet another girl in a well to do family. he gets disillusioned as his future father in law requests that he start up his own business first and afterward request his girl’s hand. Left with no decision, Prashanth looks for Chitra’s assistance and begins a food truck business in association. Of course, cupid strikes between the two who now have diverse individual objectives. Rest of the story is in the matter of how this couple take care of their individual issues and gets united at last.
The film has many beautiful moments which one can easily relate to. With this film, Tollywood finds another talent called Tharun Bhaskar as his effortless narration makes things breezy throughout the proceedings. The film is bound to do well in every center, overseas and especially the younger generation will lap it big time. Finally, all those who want to watch a clean and feel good love story, Pelli Choopulu is one film which should not be missed.
Vijay Devarakonda : Hero Vijay is being just his second film, the way he has portrayed his confused character speaks volumes of his talent.
Tarun Bhaskar’s effortless direction makes this film take another leap in terms of story telling in Tollywood. Camera work is top notch and so is the art direction. Production values are superb as the film looks quite rich. Background score by Vivek Sagar is exceptional but his music is just ok. Screenplay is a huge asset as many scenes have been narrated in a taut manner.