Valayam Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- The script is ok
- The hero should have concentrated a bit in acting
- Editing is not impressive and so does the visuals
Valayam is directed by Ramesh Kadumula. The movie is produced by Sri Tirumala Tirupati Venkateswara Films. The music composition is by Sekar Chandra and cinematography is by Ramakrishna S. The movie has the star cast of Laksh Chandalavada, Digangana Suryavanshi, Noel Sean and Ravi Prakash.
Aravind and Disha are the husband and wife. They had been enjoying their life happily. All of a sudden, Disha had gone missing. Where did Disha go? Was the couple facing some complications in their life? To know about it, watch the movie.
Laksh, the hero, should practice a bit to establish him as a Hero. Digangana had done an excellent job. Similarly, Ravi Prakash, Noel and Kriti are good in their given roles.
The movie starts off well with the wedding and some exciting sequences. Slowly the director lost his track and the screenplay is one of the most significant negative points in the movie. With a different script in his hands, the director should have designed an engaging screenplay. There are a lot of scenes to impress the audience with some thrilling elements. But, the director failed to use them well. The heroine didn't have much to do in the movie. Yet, Digangana had done what is offered to her. Similarly, there were no commercial elements and emotional scenes are not much impressive. The songs are good and the BGM gels well with the thrilling moments. The cinematography and editing are not up to the mark.
What's Not There?
If the screenplay had been better and some scenes have been trimmed, the movie would have been a bit better.