Ek Love Ya Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- The story and narration are good
- The performances of the stars are impressive
- The visuals and the BGM are the biggest pluses
- The length should have been trimmed
Ek Love Ya is scripted by Vijay Eshwar and directed by Jogi Prem. “Rakshita” produced the film. “Raanna,” Rachita Ram, Suchendra Prasad, Reeshma, Rakshita, 'Shashikumar,' Charan Raj, and Cockroach Sudhi featured in the movie. Arjun Janya composed the music. Mahendra Simha cranked the camera, and Srinivas P Babu edited the film.
Amar is a law student who gets rejected by Anita. Heart-broken Amar becomes a drunkard. After an incident, Amar changes his mind and starts leading a normal life. But, fate has some other plan. He gets arrested for a crime, and his life becomes a question mark. What happens next forms the rest of the story.
Raanna performed well in his role as Amar. He doesn’t look like a debutant and has performed naturally. Rachita Ram and Reeshma have done what was required for their roles. Charan Raj, Suchendra Prasad, and Shashikumar did their best. Rakshita appears in a cameo role.
Though the film is shot in a non-linear pattern in the first half, it manages to engage the audience. Prem is strong in the narration, and the sentimental scenes worked out well. The cinematography and the music serve the two main pillars of the film, apart from its story, direction and actors. The second half also has some exciting elements, and Prem has dealt with a social issue. Though a few commercial elements travel in between the film, the climax brings a depth to the story.
What’s Not There?
The film is a complete commercial entertainer with some good performances. With the good performances, visuals, music, and direction, the film is definitely worth watching once!