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Lovers Movie Review | You Will Love This LOVERS
Film : Lovers Cast : Sumanth Ashwin, Nanditha, Sapthagiri, Tejaswi Madiwada, Shamili Soundarrajan and Others. Music : JB Produced by : Surya Devara Naga Vamsi and Mahendra Babu Directed by : Harinath Duration : 130 Minutes Censor certificate : U/A Story : Siddhu(Sumanth Ashwin) is a cool youngster who has belief in love and he falls for the first time in his life for Geetha(Tejaswi Madiwada) but unfortunately their relation will be broken up in a very less time. Now Siddhu tries his love luck with Soumya(Shamili) and again the result is same as his previous relation. Siddhu later comes to know that Chitra(Nanditha) is the girl who is responsible for his love failures and also discovers that Chitra is trying to break the relation of his friend Suresh(Sai) and his true love Soumya(Chandini). What did Siddu do to save his friend love story? Why is Chitra doing all these things? Will Chitra and Siddhu falls in love? The answers for these questions will completely cook up the entire story of Lovers. Review : Performances : Sumanth Ashwin looks inactive in the film and he fails to make a decent impression with his performance and the film also becomes flat with his performance. Sumanth Ashwin need to improve more but he has done good job in maintaining the flow but he has to concentrate more on his expressions from next time. Nanditha raj is very good in the film and she has improved a bit from her previous films and she is one girl who has a great scope now in film industry. She will definitely gets into the top actress club. Shamili, Tejaswi roles are good and both the girls have performed very well. Chandini has a limited role but she is too good in a cute role. Sapthagiri is one man who has stolen the show and the small films are now depending more on him for success and he has done a brilliant job in the film. Cinematography : The cinematography is handled by Malhar Bhatt Joshi is the highlight of this film and he has done an excellent job with his lens. The film has a good cinematographer and the camera work needs to be appreciated. Editing : Editor is Udhav and the editor could have cut down few scenes in the first half which are boring but he played a good job in the film. Music : The music of this film is not impressive and Jeevan Kumar who has composed some good songs earlier fails to bring an impression with this film. The back ground score and re Recording of the film is good. The music is a drawback for this film. Story & Dialogues & Screenplay & Direction : The story of the film and the dialogues of the film is done by talented film maker Maruthi. We gets reminded of adult comedy while we listen Maruthi name but this time he has done a clever job by not touching it and he has provided some best entertainment with his films. The film is a very good entertainer but the script is not so impressive and falls flat at times without the director's notice. Harinath is the debutant who has made an impressive direction with this film and the film could have executed with bit more patience so that the film would have been in a better situation to provide entertainment without any flaws. Of all its a good direction by Harinath and his hard work will be paid off. Lovers From Reviewer View : Lovers is a good romantic entertainer with a decent and neat entertainment in the form of Sapthagiri and the performances also came out well and as the film is predictable, the director cleverly written the screenplay in an impressive way and special care has been taken in dealing the subject. Sapthagiri show is the highlight and people will definitely talk about his performance and do watch the film and get entertained. Lovers is a good choice for this weekend!! First half : Boring Second Half : Entertaining Verdict : Lovers is a good entertainer which has SAPTHAGIRI one man show all the way. Catch up this film for this weekend!! Rating : 3/5 Reviewed By : SRI
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