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Savyasachi Movie Review

Savyasachi Movie Review

Release Date: Friday 2nd November 2018

Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agarwal, R Madhavan, Bhumika Chawla, Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Satya, Thagubothu Ramesh and others


Vikram Aditya (Naga Chaitanya) is born with Vanishing Twin Syndrome that makes his left hand powerful. It is like Vikram having another person in his body. He is an ad filmmaker and lives with his sister and her family.

Upon returning from New York with his girlfriend Chitra (Nidhi) after finishing an ad film there, he gets to see that his sisters house is blasted, his brotherinlaw is killed and his niece Maha is abducted.

A guy (Madhavan) calls Vikram and tells him that hes got Maha. Why has he abducted Maha and what is his motive and how does Vikram reach him


Director Chandoo Mondeti has written a unique concept  a guys hand having special powers due to Vanishing Twin Syndrome. This concept can be made it into a thriller or a hilarious comedy like Nagarjunas Hello Brother.

But Chandoo has made it a hotchpotch of commercial movie, with unnecessary and boring romantic track for nearly one hour in the first half. By suppressing the unique point, he has narrated the movie with regular scenes and silly comedy scenes.

When he opens main point by introducing Madhavan character, the movie turns into shoddy version of Aravind Swamys thread in Dhruva, Arjuns angle of Lie and Abhimanyudu.

The novelty factor wears off in the second half with Chaitanya and Madhavan playing typical cat and mouse games that we have already seen in the above movies.

What could have been unique point has lost in this melee. It is due to the shoddy narration by Chandoo Mondeti and his inane screenplay writing.

The entire first half is dealt on romantic thread between Naga Chaitanya and Nidhi with outdated scenes. The college scenes and the ad filmmaking scenes, their meeting and separation all happens with no coherence. Just before 15 minutes, the film becomes serious and reveals Madhavans character.

Even the concept of Vanishing Twin Syndrome sounds silly when the main conflict point is revealed. Naga Chaitanya has not done anything extraordinary by having extra power to his left hand. So what is this fuss all about Even Madhavans backstory why he has targeted Naga Chaitanya and his family sounds trivial.

The director who presented a good thriller in his debut film Karthikeya has written shoddy screenplay and his narration lacks dhum. It seems too many corrections were made to this film as many scenes dont sync well.

All in all, Savyasachi is a film that has unique concept but dull narration and mediocre sequences have killed it. The high production values fail to save this

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