Release date : April 12, 2019
Rating : 3/5
Starring : Sai Dharam Tej, Kalyani Priyadarshin, Nivetha Pethuraj, Sunil, Posani Krishna Murali
Director : Kishore Tirumala
Producers : Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar, Mohan Cherukuri
Music Director : Devisri Prasad
Cinematographer : Karthik Ghattamaneni
Editor : A Sreekar Prasad
Chitralahari is a film which needs to click at any expense as Sai Dharam Tej is experiencing a difficult time in his vocation. Coordinated by Kishore Thirumala, this film has hit the screens today. We should see whether Tej gets his genuinely necessary hit or not.
Vijay(Sai Dharam Tej) is a building graduate who builds up an application and continues moving toward different organizations. In any case, to his misfortune, he gets dismissed more often than not. Left with no decision, he starts working at a TV shop and experiences passionate feelings for Lahari(Kalyani Priyadarshan). Be that as it may, things change with the passage of Shanti(Nivetha Pehturaj) as Vijay loses his affection and expectation throughout everyday life. Rest of the story is with respect to how Vijay financially recovers and demonstrates that he isn’t a washout and winds up effective throughout everyday life.
Sai Dharam suits the washout’s job in a great way. He has gotten the feelings of the character consummately and drives the film through his demeanors. His exhibition in every one of the scenes with his dad Posani is generally excellent and Tej features moving feelings during this time.
Kalyani Priyadarshan is just about alright as the befuddled sweetheart. Be that as it may, Nivetha Pehturaj gets a substantial job and is radiant in her genuine character. Directly from her demeanors to her non-verbal communication, she fit the job of a corporate head splendidly.
Posani is stunning as Tej’s father and his character are relatable to each white collar class parent in the general public. Like consistently, Vennela Kishore was funny in his job as an English communicating in Tamil person. Wish he had more screen nearness.
Sunil gets a decent job and was alright in the primary half. There are numerous circumstances in the film where the adolescent who are battling in life will interface with. Brahmaji was effective as the abnormal chief. Exchanges need an extraordinary notice as they run the show more often than not.
Perhaps the greatest disadvantage of the film is the pace. Things take always to go to the genuine point. Likewise, the procedures have a dejavu sort of a vibe accordingly feelings and separate in romantic tales have been displayed in numerous movies already.
The peak of the film isn’t that grasping and could have been exceptional as things have been enveloped with a hurried way. Kalyani and her job are not persuading as her character needs clearness in numerous regions.
There isn’t quite a bit of satire and excitement in the film as it keeps running on a genuine note. Despite the fact that the feelings function admirably, by one way or another the sparkle in the procedures are absent.
Generation estimations of the film are tolerable as the film has been wrapped up on a basic and slick note. Music by DSP is baffling as some great tunes would have improved things significantly to this film. Altering is fresh as were the exchanges which had a great deal of profundity. Kalyani Priyadarshan has been wearing an awful way as she looks old fashioned in the majority of the screens.
Going to the chief Kishore Thirumala, he has done only an alright activity with the film. His quality is exchanges and feelings and he has executed them well here. However, you generally get an inclination that the film misses that sparkle either in the portrayal or screenplay which could have lifted the procedures to another level. He portrays the film in a moderate way and doesn’t feature anything new however exhibits Sai Dharam Tej in a flawlessly.
All in all, Chitralahari is the passionate story of a dark horse with some not too bad minutes in both the parts. Be that as it may, the moderate pace and genuine tone of the film may not be loved by a segment of the group of spectators who come anticipating excitement. Along these lines, the movies prospects of the film will likewise be tried. Having said that, the film is path superior to Tej’s past duds and has some vibe great minutes which are very relatable to the young. At long last, the film can without much of a stretch be given a shot once however simply hold your desires under control.