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Friday, 11 November 2016

NagaChaitanya's Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo Review

NagaChaitanya's Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo Review



Introduction:

 Thanks to the prodigious success of Naga Chaitanya's "Premam", all eyes are on his latest release "Saahasam Swaasaga Saagipo". Since the film marks the combo of Naga Chaitanya and director Gautham Menon who had delivered a great hit with "Ye Maaya Chesave," of course the expectations are high. However, the film has been delayed for a long time and is finally seeing the light of day this week. View our magazine.

History:

Chinna (Naga Chaitanya) is a happy lucky guy who has a close knit family with a father, mother and sister named Maitreyi. Chinna falls for her sister Leela's best friend (Manjima Mohan,) who stays in their home as a paid guest for a short time. Leela and Maitreyi try their luck as a screenwriter-duo in the movies.

Meanwhile, Chinna plans to take a car trip on her bike with her close friend Mahesh. Leela wants to accompany Chinna on the trip as she also leaves for the house. The story takes a full turn when Chinna and Leela meet a road accident but survive. What is the turn? How Chinna and Leela will handle the series of unexpected events in a couple of days, forms the story of the film.


Highlights

Plot

First half

Chemistry between Naga Chaitanya and Manjima Mohan

the music

Disadvantages


Second part

Slow-down

Few episodes of action

Climax


Final Verdict: If you're big fans of romance and action, "Saahsam Swaasaga Saagipo" is definitely your cup of tea. Director Gautham Menon meticulously designed the plot by imbibing action and romance. While the first half of the film mainly deals with romanticism, the second half is all about action, a slate of face offs powerful, clashes and shots. Gautham tried a different scenario format that appealed.

A. R. The music of Rahman stands out. Sports mustache, Chaitu resembles his father Nagarjuna in romantic songs. Manjima is Gautham's latest discovery and deserves special mention. She has a great future in Tollywood. While the second half can not impress everyone by considering the onslaught of action episodes, but the film ends on a high note.

On the whole, "SSS" is not a mill movie run you get watching every Friday. Take time out of this romantic thriller.

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