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Prema Katha Chitram 2 - Review
Movie name: Prema Katha Chitram 2
Release date :April 06, 2019
Rating : 1.5/5
Starring : Sumanth Ashwin, Nandita Swetha, Siddhi Idnani
Director : Hari Kishan
Producers : Sudharshan Reddy
Music Director : Jeevan Babu
Prema Katha Chitram 2', starring Sumanth Ashwin, Nandita Swetha and Siddhi Idnani, hit the cinemas this Saturday. Let’s see how it is.
The film begins as a college campus story. Bindu (Siddhi Idnani) starts liking Sudheer Babu (Sumanth Ashwin) and confesses her love to him. She is not aware that the guy has a girlfriend named Nandu (Nandita Swetha). When Sudheer declines her proposal, Bindu almost commits suicide. While the hero hopes to lead a happy life with his girlfriend Nandu, he is shocked to know that she has been possessed.
Siddhi kills herself and comes back as a evil spirit to irritate everyone. Rest of the story is as to how the evil spirit enters Nandu’s body and troubles Sudheer and his friend.
The performances are below average. Sumanth Ashwin looks out of place with his thoughtful postures. Nandita Swetha tries to repeat her 'Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada' impact but she only delivers a damp squib. Siddhi Idnani and others are forgettable.
Production values of the film are decent and so was the camerawork which showcased the thrills well. Music is a disaster and so was the background score. Dialogues are neat and so was the entire set up of the film.
The director Hari Kishan, makes a horrible debut and fails in his narration. Maybe his thought process behind the story was good but the manner in which he starts the film and narrates it in a meaningless manner is quite disappointing and horrendous for the audience.
On the whole, Prema Katha Chitram is a horrendous horror comedy which does not work one bit. The makers have spoilt the name of the franchise by showcasing some over the top comedy and loud performances which kill the interest of the audience in no time. Except for the last ten minutes in the climax, this film does not have anything meaningful to watch out for this Ugadi.
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