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Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi Movie Review And Rating
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi Cast And Crew
Directed by : Jagadish Talasila
Produced by : Sai Prasad Kamineni
Story by : Jagadish Talasila
Starring : Lavanya tripathi, Naveen Chandra, Brahmaji, Ajay, Jayaprakash Reddy, Sampoornesh Babu and others.
Music by : M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography : Eshwar Yellumahanthi
Edited by : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production company : Mayukha Creations
Release date : 29 January 2016
Running time : 110.30 minutes
Country : India
Language : Telugu
Budget 5 : Crore
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi StoryThe film is all about a bank robbery to keep it very simple. The film Lachimdeviki O Lekkundi starts off with revealing the names of two persons who are having bank accounts that were expired and even then, there seems to be no nominees for these closed accounts. Inorder to rob these accounts, a bad minded Mahesh(Ajay) makes a huge plan and inorder to make it happen successfully, he traps one of the bank employees named Naveen (Naveen Chandra) and threatens him and also uses his colleague Devi (Lavanya Tripathi) to fulfil his mission. But Naveen is un interested about it and will be forcibly doing the mission, How did Naveen escape the mission? Who is Lakshmi? What Is Lacchimdevi lekka? The answers for the above questions forms the rest of the story of the film.
Plus Points In Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi
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Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi ReviewAnd another Friday is here to entertain you and we start with the review of the film Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi. Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi has been in discussions from quite a long time and we all hope that the film does really very well. Check out our review on Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi and do let us know how you feel about the film. Subsequent to giving two enormous blockbusters back to back, Lavanya Tripathi, the successful actress is now back with her Andala Rakshashi co-star Naveen Chandra for a comic thriller Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi. A wonderful associate of the director S Rajamouli, Jagadish Talasila coordinates this film which has hit the screens today. We should now perceive how it fares with the review we have presented here. The short and fresh run-time with so crispy scenes is an advantage for the film but then the problem arises with the content and if the film is low on content, no one loves to watch the film so patiently through out the end. The purported turns in the film which we usually call as twists in the film showcased are just about alright. The lead actor Naveen Chandra is respectable in his part which has negative shades. But he never impresses us or makes us follow him in the film. he is a dull person on the screen and coming to the lead actress Lavanya Tripathi, she looks able and capably bolsters Naveen Chandra. She is good in her role and has been doing well with her expressions. But the way her character was designed is bad. The sudden changes and variations were un impressive and even though she was given scope to perform well. with these un necessary things, everything was spoiled. Ajay is alright as the awful fellow and Jaya Prakash Reddy's comedy inspires a couple chuckles here and there but it is not at all sufficient for a film which was tipped to be a comedy thriller. And for this film, right from the story, screenplay to the execution, everything ends up being baffling. You wont be having any interest towards the film at some point. There are various turns however they neglect to keep the story pushing ahead. The makers could have easily made the film with a clear screenplay but it looks like the film was started with confusion and ended with the same confusion. Also there were many important logics missing and they are the big blunders in the film. There is no proper introduction to the characters in the film. M.M Keeravani's music is also very normal and not so impressive. Dialogues in the film are just okay and coming to the cinematography of the film, the camera work is alright. Going to the director Jagadish Talasila's part, he looses the plot after the initial fifteen minutes yet gradually lifts it up amid the interim point. When the second half begins, the plot goes down and at the end of the day he neglects to get many important points in connection. Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi ends up being a gigantic frustration and conveys an end to Lavanya Tripati's success journey and she should now seriously think of accepting the roles that really brings a difference to her career on a fruitful side.
First Half : Ok
Second Half : Boring
Verdict : Lacchimdevi Lekka Thappindi
Rating : 2/5Reviewed by : Team Andhravilas
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