Technical Departments :
Andrew Red, Suresh Bhargavís cinematography is a huge asset to the film. Right from the colours used for every frame to the lighting, they do a wonderful job in the film. Anil Rís music is soothing and most of the songs are part of story-telling. Editing by Dharmendraís is good and he gives enough room for conversations to take their own course without cutting anything short. LBW is Praveen Satturu first attempt at filmmaking and prior to this he has never called the shots or written a story. Well, what can we say? His zeal to make a sensible film and choice of actors make LBW a good watch. The best part about the film is how Praveen handles emotions other than love, which is never mushy. The tears and the anguish of the couples are genuine and Praveen captures it to the tee.
The climax of the film throws up lot of interesting questions about how the characters deal with their destinies. It would be a crime to reveal what the climax is or if these two parallel stories are inter-connected and I recommend that you watch the film to come to your own conclusions. Fate is a strange thing Ė it surprises you at the most unexpected situations. For some it becomes a reason to celebrate and other accept it because they have no other choice. And Life Before Wedding (LBW) is a wonderful film which chronicles some such instances which decide our fate. It might very well be our own lifeís story or at least a part of it. Thumbs up for the film and the team. Itís good to see at least some people believing in their films so much that they donít try to please everyone.