Savyasachi directed by Chandoo Mondeti & produced by Naveen Yerneni, C.V. Mohan, Y. Ravi Shankar under the banner Of Mythri Movie Makers. The film features Naga Chaitanya, R Madhavan, and Nidhhi Aggarwal as their debut in lead roles. Here is Full Review of Savyasachi.
Savyasachi Movie Review
There are awkward about the film plot, in terms of how it explores the relationships, friendship in college, or even love for that matter which point out some errors in writing the script. Chaitanya has done some sincere work in comparison to other recent movies. The supporting characters in the film, including Bhumika, Vennela Kishore, Tagubothu Ramesh, and Shakalaka Shankar, acted their part in a good manner, although they don’t quite change the main interest of the story. The performance that steals the show is done by R Madhavan, it doesn’t seem like this is his debut in Telugu. If you will the character from Sakhi, then you will love this mystery man.
Savyasachi tells the story of Vikram (Naga Chaitanya) and how he able to makes peace with his twins, Aditya, who dies even before he’s in the existing world. A doctor tells him that Aditya will continue to live and manifest charm himself through his left hand. Vikram’s mother and sister understand this and they treat both Vikram and Aditya equally; however, Vikram hesitates to accept his condition for a long time.
One fine day, his whole world falls apart when he gets a call from a mysterious man (R Madhavan). The rest of the story is about how Vikram traces this stranger and saves his family. If this film is reminding about other psychological drama as 1 Nennokadine than don’t compare Savyasachi because it is neither confusing nor intelligent. Savyasachi is not targeting the class audience.
The primary idea on which the film is loosely based upon, and it is called ‘Vanishing Twin Syndrome’. In other words, the lead character retains some aspect of his dead twin.
Last Word about Savyasachi: Savyasachi is not a path-breaking movie.
Even a director like Chandoo Mondeti couldn’t pull to a psychological thriller means it’s a genre he doesn’t have to touch. All the three movies from him are of a different genre. In an industry where Sukumar comes with top-notch world-class scripts, Savyasachi is might be a one time watch among the masses but it’s not a product that about great art or last for a long cult status.
As interesting as the core content might seem, it doesn’t come into play until much later into the story and by then, we are as lost as the lead character is in the endless maze that’s created and recreated around him. And aside supporting female who is nothing useful in the movie.