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Savyasachi Review And Rating: 2.75/5.0
Savyasachi is Mythri Movie Makers new concept film with Naga Chaitanya, Madhavan in lead roles. The promotions have shown the movie in a different light with its concept. The film mainly focused on Hero’s special ability of having a strongest left hand, which he cannot control.
It was told Madhavan playing a powerful role in this. What’s the drama behind this conflict will be known in a few hours. Keep checking this page for Savyasachi Review and Rating.
Story: Vikram(Naga Chaitanya) is an ad filmmaker. He has a vanishing twin syndrome built around his uncontrollable left-hand. He runs into problems when he learns that his sister(Bhumika)’s family met with an accident. In this accident, his brother in law dies and niece gets kidnapped.
How Vikram chases this kidnap drama and what he comes across while finding his niece forms rest of the story.
Analysis: Savyasachi, as shown in the trailer and teaser didn’t build around chaitu’s special ability. The left-hand strength was there only to elevate hero’s unmatchable power.
The main story goes interestingly in the second half with engaging chase scenes between Chaitanya and Madhavan. The first half filled with college backdrop love scenes and some comedy after establishing the story interestingly.
Love track was not engaging and it got ended abruptly. The second half is the real savior after Madhavan introduction in pre-interval.
Chaitanya and Madhavan were good in their confrontation scenes. Remaining stuff goes as a regular cakewalk for all the actors.
Nidhi Aggarwal has good looks and decent in her limited role. Bhumika as Chitu’s sister did another limited role. There is nothing challenging for her too.
Vennela Kishore, Satya, Shakalaka Shankar added few laughs. Kausalya, Anand as Hero’s parents and Rao Ramesh as a doctor has small roles.
Keeravani music sounds decent on screen. But energy missed big time. Chandoo Mondeti picked a good subject with Savyasachi., but the narration makes it look weak.
On the final note, Savyasachi is a decent one-time watch revenge drama.
Bottom line: A Regular Revenge Story!