Starring : Ram Pothineni, Anupama Parameswaran, Pranitha Subhash, Prakash Raj
Director : Trinadha Rao Nakkina
Producers : Dil Raju
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematographer : Vijay K. Chakravathy
Editor : Karthika Srinivas
Hello Guru Prema Kosame needs to click at any cost for Dil Raju as he is going through a bad phase with back to back flops. He has pinned all his hopes on this romantic drama which has hit the screens today. Let’s see whether it lives up to all its expectations or not.
Sanju(Ram) is a happy go lucky youth who comes to Hyderabad for his job purpose. There he starts living in his uncle’s(Prakash Raj) house and falls in love with his daughter(Anupama).But Anupama does not know about this and treats Sanju as her friend. The twist in the tale arises when his uncle comes to know about Sanju’s love story and tries to protect his daughter. Rest of the story is as to how Ram makes Anu fall in love with him and also convinces her father.
The second half of the film is the soul of the entire story. Scenes between Prakash Raj and Ram Pothineni are highlights for the movie. In a way, we can say that Prakash Raj also one of the heroes for the movie along with Ram Pothineni. Their chemistry worked superbly. Beautiful Anupama’s presence along with rich production values, soothing background music, fresh songs added enormous value to the movie.
The main minus point in the film is the story itself. This is a routine story. At least there should be some conflicting scenes between the characters in the film. Director Nakkina Trinathrao failed in that category. There are no strong emotional scenes in the film. Some points are too week.
Praneetha’s character in the film is nothing but to prolong the length of the movie. The climax could have been better. “Parugu” climax scenes will strike your minds while you are watching the film. There are no powerful dialogues in the film, and you wonder why there are no dialogues for Anupama Parameshwaran.
Technical Aspects :
Production values by Dil Raju are just about okay. The camera work is decent and showcases the film in a decent light. Music by DSP is not up to his standards and is just passable. Background score is routine and so are the dialogues. Editing is adequate as the film has been narrated on a crisp manner.
Coming to the director Trinadh Rao, he exactly knows the audience pulse and narrates all his films with good entertainment. Here, he has taken a very simple story written by Prasanna and executes it in an enjoyable manner. The story is not deviated and the fun factor is maintained nicely. If he had made the love track and climax a tad better, the output would have been even better.
When it comes to romantic drama’s the stories are mostly one and the same. But if they are narrated in an entertaining format, things work most of the time. The same happens with Hello Guru Prema Kosame as the director has made the film with good fun and enjoyable elements throughout. Barring the predictable emotions and routine climax, this film has clean entertainment that will click with the audience during this festive season. Go for it.