Shourya (Naga Shourya) who is a Gaming Expert and Divya (Malavika) who is pursuing MBBS have some big dreams about future and weren’t ready to take up the responsibilities that come with marriage any time soon. However, Circumstances force them to accept the marriage proposal. That’s when Shourya and Divya plan to seek divorce soon after marriage to lead life on their own terms. Did their ploy really work?
Nandini Reddy scored half-of-the-success by choosing the actors suitable for the subject. Particularly, Naga Shourya and Malavika steal the show with their sparkling chemistry. The lead pair got into the skin of their characters and delivered their best. Malavika reminds Nithya Menon in few scenes.
Anand & Raasi played dignified roles. Even Aishwarya leaves her mark. Raj Madiraju does justice to his role. Rest of the cast does justice to their roles.
Stories with out-of-the-box concept will always be appreciated if executed well. Whereas, some subjects look routine but still offers an enjoyable experience with freshness in screenplay. ‘Kalyana Vaibhogame’ is one such movie..!
Even though the story appears more or less similar to ‘Pellaina Kothalo’ & few other films, Its Nandini Reddy’s screenplay and beautiful presentation which made the difference. None of the Actors over-act or behave abnormally and the natural performances by all the artistes deserves a special mention.
Nandini Reddy has designed the characterizations so well. The USP of ‘Kalyana Vaibhogame’ is the Characters & Scenes which connect with the audience easily.
First Half concluded with an interesting Interval Bang. Second Half is predictable and stretched a bit but doesn’t disappoint at all. Emotional Scenes in pre-Climax have come out well. For the Climax, Nandini Reddy relied on ‘Ala Modalaindhi’ format and Thagubothu Ramesh tickles the funny bone in these sequences. On a whole, ‘Kalyana Vaibhogame’ is a feel-good entertainer containing fulfilled romance which would be loved by youth and human emotions embraced by the families.
Music composed by Kalyani Koduri is a huge asset to the movie. Songs & Background Score were so lively & refreshing. BVC Raju’s Cinematography is flawless and the film looks so colorful. Production Values were laudable. Damodhar Prasad yet again proved he is maker with conviction & good taste. Dialogues by Lakshmi Bhupal are pretty good. Nandini Reddy was able to retain ‘Ala Modalaindhi’ flavor and extract the best output from the cast & crew. Entertaining screenplay & effective execution worked in favor of this Lady Filmmaker one more time.