'Pellichoopulu' producer Raj Kandukuri's son Shiva Kandukuri has made his debut as the lead actor with the movie, 'Choosi Choodangaane'. Directed by Sesha Sindhu Rao, this movie introduces Varsha Bollamma of '96' movie fame in Telugu. The film, backed by Suresh Productions, has hit the screens. Read on to know how the film is.
Siddhu (Shiva Kandukuri) falls in love with Aishwarya (Malavika Sateeshan), when he was studying engineering. But they break up and Siddhu is left depressed. After a few years, Siddhu, now a wedding photographer, falls in love with Shruti (Varsha Bollamma). When things seem to be falling into place for him and Siddhu gets ready to propose to her, there arrives a twist. What has life in store for them?
Debutante Shiva Kandukuri emotes well and has given an impressive performance. Varsha Bollamma makes a very good debut. Her performance is one of the highlights of the movie. Malavika Sateeshan is good too. Anish Kuruvilla and Pavitra Lokesh are very good.
Gopi Sunder's songs are good and the BGM is apt. Vedaraman's cinematography is beautiful. Dialogues are well-written. Sesha Sindhu Rao's work is impressive for the most part.
Feel good entertainment
No forced comedy
Lacks emotional heft
The breezy narration is an asset for 'Choosi Choodangaane'. The dialogues are well-written. There is no forced comedy and the humour is situational. The characterizations are pretty good. Had the emotions and the conflict been dealt well, the film would have been better.
On the whole, 'Choosi Choodangaane' is a decent feel-good entertainer.