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Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki Review | Few Laughs & Yawns
Film : Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki
Cast : Naga Shaurya, Avika Gor Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Sapthagiri, Naresh and others.
Music : KM Radha Krishna
Produced by : Giridhar Mamidipally
Directed by : Nandyala Ravi
Censor Certificate : U/A
Duration : 151 Minutes
The movie starts with Raj Tarun voice over.
Laxmi (Avika Gor) is the daughter of an orthodox freak Anand Rao (Rao Ramesh) who is very strict and he brings up her daughter with strict rules. He finds software professional and arranges marriage to Laxmi. Meanwhile Sai (Naga Shaurya), a happy going guy happens to see Laxmi and starts loving her. He realizes that Laxmi got engaged with some other person but still tries to impress her. One day, Laxmi receives a letter and she leaves for a village and in this process she gets attracted to Sai.
What is the letter about?
Will Laxmi accept Sai’s love?
Will Anand Rao accept Sai?
The answers for the above questions form the rest of the story.
Avika Gor played the title role in the film. She is okay in her role. She needs to improve her acting skills. She has a great screen presence but the film demands a maturity in acting and that was missing with Avika Gor.
Naga Shaurya performed well as his previous films. He is good as Sai and tried to impress the audience. He can still improve up his acting skills.
Rao Ramesh performance is worthy one in the film. He acted very well as a strict father. This is another good role in his career.
The comedians like Vennela Kishore, Sapthagiri, Venu, Satyam Rajesh tried their best to bring the laughs.
All the other actors made their presence felt.
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Minus Points :
Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki From Reviewer View :
Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki is a youthful romantic entertainer which misses a good romance and chemistry between the lead actors. The film falls flat with a poor execution and a convoluted screenplay. The lead actors Avika Gor and Naga Shaurya are good in their roles but the chemistry between them failed to work.
The director made his debut with the film. He has earlier experiences as a writer but he failed to narrate the story in a proper way. He has taken up a script that doesn’t have ingredients to impress the people. The freshness in the story is missing. The screenplay is a big minus for the film. The first half of the film runs with a good pace but it falls flat when it comes to the second half.
The director might have several thoughts during the pre-production but he did not execute his ideas perfectly. He has not shown what he actually wanted to show. There are several lags in the film. The second half is very slow and while watching the film, we could connect it with several other Telugu films of the same genre. The music by KM Radha Krishna is also a drawback. None of the songs are impressive or hummable. The songs in the film disturb the runtime of the film. The transition between scenes is not good.
The PRAASA dialogues have become a trend from some days in the recent past. The dialogue writers are trying for these dialogues without considering the necessity and there are a few in this film too which irritates us. The cinematography by Sai Sriram is very good and he deserves special mention. The BGM of Radhakrishna failed to give a complete support to the scenes. On a whole, Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki failed to keep the expectations and it misses out the assured and required entertainment.
First Half : Good
Second Half : Slow and Boring
ANDHRAVILAS single line verdict :
Laxmi Raave Maa Intiki doesn’t offer you any WOW moments except a few laughs and yawns. Try it!
Rating : 2/5
Reviewed by : Sri
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