Chaavu Kaburu Challaga Review : Interesting Concept Promises Intriguing Watch

March 20, 2021 04:49: AM

Movie: Chaavu Kaburu Challaga

Rating: 3/5

Released on: March 18, 2021

Banner: GA2 Pictures

Director: Koushik Pegallapati

Cinematography: Karm Chawla

Music: Jakes Bejoy

Editor: Junaid Siddique

Cast: Kartikeya, Lavanya Tripathi, Aamani, Murali Sharma, Srikanth Aiyangar, Bhadram, and Mahesh

Karthikeya turned out to be one of the most sought after young actors in Tollywood with the sensational success of ‘RX 100’. The young hero is now trying to reach all sections of the audience and did Chaavu Kaburu Challaga. So, the actor who is waiting for another success has pinned several hopes on the movie produced by GA2 Pictures.


Basthi Balaraju (Karthikeya) runs a hearse in Vizag and he ends up falling for Mallika(Lavanya) who loses her husband peter. Besides, he also proposes her openly to her at the funeral shocking one and all present there. Since then, he starts stalking Mallika professing love. However, the reluctant Mallika finally starts developing an interest in Balaraju. What unfolds in the process is the rest of the story.

Technical Aspects

The film is made with sound technical values and director Koushik Pegallapati churned out a decent film with a unique concept. Especially, the dialogues are aptly penned by the director. Jakes Bejoy music breathes life into the movie and the cinematography by Karm Chawla is flawless.

Artists Performances

Karthikeya tried playing a slightly different role from the ones he played recently. And the variation in his acting is also clearly visible. He effortlessly portrayed the role of Basti Balaraju with different dialogue delivery and body language. Meanwhile, Lavanya Tripathi did a pretty good job in her role which offered her the opportunity to perform.

Aamani gets a plum role as mother of Karthikeya and she walks away with all the credit. Murali Sharma and Srikanth Iyengar also played their part.


Karthikeya and Lavanya combination
Few heart-touching moments
Few comedy scenes

Final Verdict

Interesting Concept makes it an Intriguing Watch.