REASONS FOR PROPAGANDA:
Sudheer Babu’s Sammohanam has finally hit the screens today amid all the positive vibes. Both the hero and director are super confident on delivering a success with the rom-com. Let’s see whether Sammohanam turns out to be a decent debut for Aditi Rao Hydari as well.
CAST AND CREW OF THE MOVIE:
Starring: Sudheer Babu, Aditi Rao Hydari
Direction: Mohana Krishna Indraganti
Producer: Sivalenka Krishna Prasad
Banner: Sridevi Movies
Music: Vivek Sagar
D.O.P: P.G. Vinda
A film starring Samira (Aditi Rao Hydari) is scheduled to shoot in Vijay’s (Sudheer Babu) house. In the process Vijay happens to coach Sameera how to speak Telugu. Despite his negative views on film industry, Vijay falls in love with the star heroine.
After the shoot gets wrapped up, Vijay finds himself missing Sameera and goes to visit her during shoot. He then makes a love proposal which the lady star politely rejects. How the consequences change between them and whether they come together in the end form the remaining plot.
Sudheer Babu played a unique role of a Chidlren’s sketch artist and has delivered one of his finest performances. He looks absolutely stunning compared to his previous films. Aditi Rao Hydari lives in the role of typical Telugu heroine who struggles to speak Telugu. The way she delivers her lines is quite pretty. What’s more interesting is that she dubbed for herself in the film.
Coming as a surprise pack, veteran actor Naresh is the show stealer of Sammohanam. His role of an aspiring actor at 60’s age is quite adorable and funny as well. One can easily say that his character in Sammohanam is one of his best roles in recent times. Ananda Krishna (Nandu), Rahul Ramakrishna and Abhay played their part.
Sammohanam can be quoted as a pleasant visual treat as each and every frame looks beautiful. Background score carries the mood throughout and songs are decent as well. Production values are topnotch.
Director Mohana Krishna Indraganti has once again come up with his mark movie and proved his mettle in handling rom-coms. Right from the beginning, the ace carries the mood perfectly and does not bore for a moment irrespective of the slow paced screenplay.
Lead pair chemistry
Slow paced screenplay
Sammohanam is a decent flick and has all the emotion one can expect from a Mohana Krishna Indraganti’s film. Naresh, Sudheer Babu and Aditi Rao’s performances are an absolute treat to watch on-screen. Also the visuals and music take the film to next level. If you ignore the predictable story and slightly slow paced screenplay, Sammohanam will definitely entertain you for the weekend.
Final Word: Breezy Entertainer