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Screenplay Of An Indian Love Story is directed by KL Prasad. The movie is produced by Aruna Kumari and the music composition is by M M Srilekha. The cinematography is by Mv Raghu and editing is by Rajesh Phani. The movie has the star cast of Vikram Shiva, Pragathi Yadhati and KL Prasad.
Gautam is a socially responsible person and Radhika falls for him for his interest in society. Later, they get married and after their marriage, Gautam gets an offer to make a movie and his character as a socially responsible person diminishes. Radhika loved Gautam for his nature of being helpful to society. Seeing his character’s changeover, she decides to make her life independent. But, Gautam, who is much upset by the decision of Radhika, pleads her to give him an opportunity. After she agrees, he took her to the guest house. What happened in the guest house? Did the couple reconcile or anything fishy happened? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Pragati, the heroine of the movie, did a commendable job. She performed excellently in the emotional scenes and especially in the climax portions. Vikram Shiva has done justice to the given role and his body language and dialogue delivery are impressive. KL Prasad, the director, who did an important role in the movie, has received appreciation for his performance.
The concept of the movie is different, but when coming to the narration, everything falls flat. Only for the performance of the stars, the audience bears with the film. If the screenplay and execution had been better, the film would have reached heights. Insertion of the unnecessary sequences made the movie get dragged and similarly, the family sentiment scenes are boring. The slow-paced movie didn't have much except for the performance of the stars. Similarly, minimal artists are used and it is annoying to see the same faces throughout the film.
What's Not There?
The movie has some exciting performance-oriented scenes and if the execution had been better, then the people would have impressed with the film.
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