Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a film that has Keeravani’s son, Sri Simha as the hero. The film directed by Manikanth is out now and read on to find out if the film has anything interesting to watch out for.
The film is about Veeru(Sri Simha) and Madhu(Misha Narang) who elope from their own wedding as they are not interested in marriage. But only when they run away, they understand the seriousness of life and fall for each other. The film is about two people who are poles apart and falling in love at their own wedding. All this is narrated through a variety of scenes.
The film is a rom-com and starts off by establishing the characters so well. The conflict point of the lead pair not interested in marriage and running away is shown so well. This idea itself makes up for a good aspect. But the moment the film ends up in a flashback of the hero and his love story, the film falls flat.
The love track of the hero is not at all interesting and is hurried on to the audience. There is no depth in the proceedings and somehow the film is brought into halftime with a twist. Things look good when the film is brought into the present time. The new love story of Simha and Misha looks good but is not given time to grow on the audience.
When all this is happening, comedian Satya and his comedy are what keeps the audience get some laughs here and there. The story idea by director Manikanth is good but the way he handled the with no effect on emotions is what disappoints.
First ten minutes
Lag in scenes
Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a film that could have been a great romantic comedy if handled well. But that does not happen as the emotions go for a toss. Upon this, there is no depth in the love story and the ending is rushed. Watch this film only for the comedy generated by Satya.