Wife And I is directed by GSSP Kalyan. The film has Abhishek Reddy, Gunnjan Aras, Kavya, Mahesh Vitta, Venu, Fida Gil, Suneel Nagaram, Surya Akondi, and Aparna

Wife,I Movie Review

Wife & I Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Wife,I "
Runtime: 2 Hours 08 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 03-01-2020
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Plot

An architect named Varma is married to Kavya. He files a complaint to the police that his wife had gone missing. The police started investigating and they find something fishy. Something unexpected happens in Varma’s life and shocks him. Where is his wife? Who is responsible for her missing case? Check the film to know the answers.

Star Performance

Abhishek played his part well. The female leads Kavya and Gunnjan did their roles well, as asked. Mahesh Vitta’s wits are okayish.

Analysis

The film started off well. But, the clarity in narrating the proceedings is unimpressive. There are no gripping scenes to project the story. The twist in the story was weakly executed and that makes the audience lose their interest in watching. A lot of illogical scenes that made the script to get faded. With the limited script, the director could have designed the scenes well. But, with the improper screenplay and narration, it ends pathetically.

What’s There?

  • Performances of the stars are okayish

What’s Not There?

  • Weak screenplay and narration
  • Illogical scenes make the script weakened further

Verdict

If you have no films to watch this weekend, you could check out this! However, it is not a must-watch thriller!