Atithi Devo Bhava Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Polimera Nageshwar
- Music Composer:
- The performances of the stars are the only plus point
- The characters are properly designed
- The narration is not gripping
Atithi Devo Bhava is directed by Polimera Nageshwar and produced by Rajababu Miryala and Ashok Reddy Miryala. Shekar Chandra composed the music. Amarnadh Bommi Reddy cranked the camera, and Kartik Srinivas edited the movie. “Aadi,” “Nuveksha,” “Sapthagiri” and “Rohini” are in the main roles.
Abhi is a smart youngster who has Monophobia. He could not stay alone and always needed someone to travel with him. If he is left alone for a few minutes, fear captures him, and he even gets the idea to commit suicide. So, his mom always stays with him. He falls in love with Vaishali. While everything seemed good, Abhi's phobia came to light and created issues. How did he solve those issues? Was he able to marry Vaishali? The rest of the story deals with this.
Aadi fit well in the role and expressed so naturally. Nuveksha is okay with her role. Rohini is good in the supporting role, and Sapthagiri's comedy didn't create any impact.
The basic plot is good, and when it comes to writing, the makers made a mistake. The narration is not up to the mark, making the good performances go unnoticed. The characters are not correctly written. However, the stars did their best with the assigned roles. There was a time to uplift the story with the narration, but the director didn't utilize it. The songs are okayish, but not the BGM.
What's Not There?
With a story that has a solid performance-oriented plot, the maker should have utilized it properly. The film would have reached a massive audience if the writing had been better.