REASONS FOR PROPAGANDA:
Malayalam movie Premam is one of the finest and feel good romantic movies ever in South India till date. Non considering the Maniratnam films the film Premam would stand top of all the love stories that were gone good in their mode. Bringing that kind of a film for remake is a big issue but the director Chandoo Mondeti took it as challenge for his life. Premam starring Naga Chaitanya along with Anupama Parameswaran, Shruti Haasan and Madonna Sebastian is a kind of proper look for the release.
CAST AND CREW OF THE MOVIE:
Lead Cast: Naga Chaitanya Madonna Sebastian, Anupama Parameswaran, Shruti Haasan and others
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Music Director: Gopi Sunder
Producer : S. Radha Krishna
The film starts with the kind of attitude from the hero - Naga Chaitanya who falls for his school mate Suma in a village of Telugu states. He starts loving her from the school days and she dumps him all of a sudden. Chaitanya moves on with her life and later on goes to college in which he was a kind of rebel to deal with. Everyone in the college are so embarrassed and problematic with him. He took the ultimate team in the college with him and was a rebel over there.
Now in the college premises he falls in love with the teacher over there who is none other than Shruti Haasan. The love saga goes on with great scenes and songs between them. Once when the summer holidays were revealed the lecturer does not come back and the reason would be a shock for his life. This took the ultimate twist in the movie and rest needed to be catched on the screen.
Naga Chaitanya was matured well and did his life time range role for this film.
Shruti Haasan was good with her role but still needs to do a lot like Malar.
The Nagarjuna voice over in the starting gives an intense feel for sure.
Anupama Parameswaran and Madonna Sebastian were too good in their roles.
The special appearance of Venkatesh and Nagarjuna in the film has turned best asset in the movie.
Praveen and Viva Harsha did their characters well.
Only big minus for this movie as expected is Shruti Haasan who does not look much great in the character of Malar which is the biggest asset in Malayalam version for sure. Sruthi did her best when we doesn't even compare her with Sai Pallavi. The comedy things are quite lesser and Telugu audience might not go convinced with the perfect raising of Malayalam kind of ending.
Director Chandoo Mondeti concentrated well to portray the exact feel from the Malayalam version and he managed it really good.
Gopi Sunder's Songs and music on screen would have been better.
Karthik Ghattamaneni's cinematography too went OK.
The feel that Malayalam version Premam would give you is definitely missing in the Telugu version but with non comparing motive Director Chandoo concentrated much on the entertaining part and he was succeeded in it. The way he took the original script and managed the changes as per the Telugu nativity should be appreciated. Watch it for the Naga Chaitanya's performance and fitting role for this movie, Dialogues were too good and are reasons to be watched. Take your family this weekend for a cool watchable hit film.
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