Release date : March 15, 2018
123telugu.com Rating : 2/5
Starring : Tejas, Karishma Karpal, Ramesh
Director : M V Prasad
Producers : Ganesh Pala
Music Director : Kesava Kiran
Editor : Shiva Sarvani
Among all the other small releases, one more film which has made its way to the screens today is Manasa Vacha. Let’s see how the film turns out to be.
Chaitu(Tejas) and Swathi(Kashmira) are two research scholars in a prestigious college in London. Chaitu tries hard to impress Swathi and makes a plan to invent a medicine which can cure cancer easily. As he gets busy in his research, he gets kidnapped all of a sudden. Who is behind this kidnap? Will Chaitu ever meet Swathi? What happens later? That forms the rest of the story.
Plus Points :
Tejas is one of the major highlights of the film. He looked superb and carried the film on his shoulders throughout the proceedingsw. Heroine Kashmira is also good for her first film. Her emotional dialogues are neat and bring a lot of depth to the proceedings. The chemistry between the lead pair is also fair enough.
Tagubothu Ramesh was pretty good in his given role. Even though he had limited screen time, he created decent fun. Jabardasth actor Naven was a surprise element in the negative role and did well. The concept of the film is also okay.
Minus Points :
There are many silly scenes which haunt the film. Hero inventing the cancer vaccine in just a day and even trying it on him looks a bit silly and illogical.
There are no major twists and this is also a big drawback as the film runs on a pale note. Also, the lack of commercial values will also not go well with a section of the audience. Also, the new faces in the film will go against the reach of the movie.
Technical Aspects :
Production values of the film are top notch as the movie looks rich in every aspect. The camerawork only adds to the richness of the proceedings and shows the film in a stylish tone. Music by Keshava Kiran is pretty dull but his BGM was impressive. Coming to the director Anand, his concept is good and looks interesting but he has killed the film with his inexperience. He adds many scenes which are unnecessary and gives logic a miss.
On the whole, Manasa Vacha is a logicless love story which has nothing going its way. The concept looks new but the execution is the same old with routine and boring scenes being thrown one after the other irritating the audience. Just skip the film this weekend and look for something else interesting.
123telugu.com Rating : 2/5
Reviewed by 123telugu Team
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