Sashi Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Srinivas Naidu Nadikatla
- Music Composer:
- The performances of the stars are okay
- Some scenes are dramatic
- Narration should have been better
Sashi is a romantic flick scripted and directed by Srinivas Naidu Nadikatla. RP Verma produced the film in association with Chavali Ramanjaneyulu and Chintalapudi Srinivasa Rao. "Aadi," “Surabhi,” Raashi Singh, Actor Ajay, Rajiv Kanakala, Vennela Kishore, “V Jayaprakash,” and Viva Harsha are in the cast. Arun Chiluveru composed the music and Amarnath Bommireddy handled the camera. Satya G edited the film.
Raj and Ajay are brothers. While Ajay is a complete family man caring for his family, Ajay is totally the opposite. He loves to lead a jolly life. Raj is a music enthusiast and is a part of a band. He meets Sashi and falls for her. But, Sashi has some problems from the past and hence she always keeps silent. Raj comes to know about this and tries to rescue her, but he gets stuck with her problems. Did Raj get out of it? What happened to Sashi? The answers form the rest of the story.
Aadi performed well in his role, so does Surabhi. Rajiv Kanakala and Vennela Kishore tried their best to make the story flow without a break. Rashi Singh is quite decent in her performance.
While watching a few minutes, we come to know that we have heard the same kind of story somewhere. But the story comes with a different reason. Although Aadi is good in his performance, we find that there is no more pitying after a certain point. The second half seems to be dragging much. The narration should have been better to make the audience engaged. However, certain emotional scenes are good. Some characters are not written well, which might also be one of the script's weak points. Some of the scenes are purposefully inserted and don’t seem to be natural.
What’s Not There?
The performances are the only consoling elements in the film. If the characters had been designed well and the narration is quite decent, then the film would have reached a better level.