Preminchoddu: A college based love flick

Star cast: Sarika, Anuroop, Dev Malishetti and others
Background score: Kamran
Music: Chaitanya Sravanti
Cinematography: Harsha Kodali
Producer and Director: Shirin Sriram

Movie Review:

A small film named Preminchoddu released this week along with biggies like Sharwanand’s Maname, Kajal Agarwal’s Satyabhama and other movies. Let’s see whether this romantic thriller can hold the ground at box office.

Story and backdrop:
“Preminchoddu” revolves around a love triangle between a girl and two boys. Lalasa (Sarika) is initially in love with Kamal (Anuroop) but unexpectedly falls for Saras (Dev Malishetti). Both Kamal and Saras love Lalasa deeply and are willing to do anything for her. Lalasa likes both of them but is confused about her feelings. The film explores why Saras enters Kamal’s life and whom Lalasa ultimately chooses. To uncover the twists and turns, you must watch “Preminchoddu.”

Screenplay and presentation Analysis:

Preminchoddu movie begins in a college backdrop and the director Shirin Sriram tries to generate comedy thorough humorous setting throughout the first half. While he establishes the love angle in the first half it is only in the second half that actual story picks up.

In the second half director tries to blend comedy with substantial content, featuring interval scene and a notable pre-climax and climax. The suspense about Lalasa’s final choice is a key highlight that keeps the audience engaged.

Artists and technicians performance:

Sarika delivers an impressive performance as Lalasa. Anuroop and Dev Malishetti portray Kamal and Saras roles properly, particularly in the climax. The supporting cast, playing the roles of friends, performed within their limits.

Director Sirin Sriram tries to keep the film engagingby mixing love, comedy and thrilling elements.

Coming to technical departments, editing, cinematography, music, songs, and background score are in tune with the story and backdrop of the movie. Overall is Preminchoddu is an attempt at narrating a youth flick in the backdrop of teenage love by new movie making team.

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