The film doesn't have well-written characters beyond the lead protagonists and really feels the absence of a strong sub-plot. It goes on sensibly with breezy songs until interval. But it is all downhill post that. Exactly after 1 year, the Nepal 2015 earthquake occurs where Surya is searching for Vaishali. It's a film that the cast and crew would ideally want to erase from their memory sooner or later, like the retrograde amnesia patient in the film.
Surya and Vaishali planned to meet in Nepal where they got separated. She is superb as the dominating Vaishali in the first half and also makes us feel her pain in the second half. While Hanu Raghavapudi should've made the story more believable. Check out below for Padi Padi Leche Manasu Telugu Movie 2018 Cast, Songs, Teaser, Trailer, First Look, Release Date and more. The way this comes to the fore, out of the blue, is beyond reasoning.
Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. The problem starts when the time comes for the story to move forward. Surya doesn't let Vaishali realise his true identity. The Movie is directed by Hanu Raghavapudi and produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri. . The average-fare is further let down by the jerky narration in the second hour.
Medical college scenes are shot in , Hyderabad. Only once the conversation takes place some sense is felt regarding whatever preceded before, but, it is too late by then as the interest is lost. How do these threads come together? Thumbs Up: Sai Pallavi Sharwanand First Half Thumbs Down: Melodramatic second half Hurried climax Analysis: Padi Padi Leche Manasu just breezes off till the intermission point with sparkling chemistry between the lead pair and beautifully conceived scenes between them. Hanu has no one but to blame himself for making a mess of the second half after such a pleasant first half. Padi padi leche Padi padi leche Padi padi leche. This ploy has gone horribly wrong as most of the time is wasted on absolutely nothing and there is not enough time to explore the drama towards the end.
But things don't go as expected when they try to meet again. Vishal Chandrasekhar delivered pleasant and youthful music that is an essential spice for love stories. You nearly fall for the great visuals but this isn't the story that should have been mounted on this grand canvas. Padi Padi Leche Manasu is heading for a blockbuster at the intermission point and suddenly loses track and falls short of the mark by the time it ends. Adhi nuvvani neeke thelusuu… Listen to this song online on For free! In parts Will You Recommend It? The love story isn't as simple as it appears to be.
Entertainment is decent, though it is repetitive at times. There's a mythological connection about how Rukmini admires Lord Krishna without knowing the latter in person. Second Half Week Story Repetitive Screenplay Alternative Take The movie itself feels like an alternative version of movies of a certain kind involving a forgetful condition. After we are done with the forced story progress, we are back to the love story. The editing could have been tighter. The director takes this cue to treat this like an epic romance but loses sight of logic soon, so much that the romance begins to feel outlandish.
MuraliSharma ,Sampath Raj, Priya Raman , Sunil , Priyadarshi played other roles. Not that he has scored big success commercially with these movies, but at least they are neatly packed and presented. Also, one kind of gets where the movie is headed to at that point. Technicalities: Hanu Raghavapudi is a fine writer and good technician. Watch it for the lead pair and if you are a sucker for romance otherwise skip it. This is Kolkata in its monsoons and love is about to blossom.
There is a freshness in his act and looks and overall screen presence is stunning. Both of them are terrific performers, natural, have decent screen image and going great guns with regard to their choices. The romance moves along aimlessly and as one knot after the other knot is unravelled, it becomes an exhausting watch. Analysis: Padi padi leche manasu starts off in a pleasant manner. After this problematic trope, the director takes the story to Nepal and builds a conflict in the relationship through an earthquake.
Overall, the repetitive yet breezy romance of the first half keeps one interested in , but the second half totally spoils the effort. There's an obvious conflict, there's a natural disaster and a possible medical disorder too. A silly conflict point, followed by an earth quake take down the good impression audience have on the film till then. The character gets repetitive after a point which is where things might come across as slightly unbearable. It looks as if Hanu is just passing the time before concluding the story. The film is expected to release in Monsoon Some sequences of first leg will be shot in interiors of West Bengal.