Movie: Thellavarithe Guruvaram
Released on: March 26, 2021
Banner: Vaarahi Chalana Chitram& Loukya
Producers: Rajani Korrapati, Ravindra Muppaneni
Director: Manikanth Gelli
Cinematography: Suresh Ragutu
Music: Kaala Bhairavi
Editor: Satya G
Cast: Sri Simha Koduri, Chitra Shukla, Misha, Satya, Viva Harsha, Rajeev Kanakala, and Sharanya Pradeep
Thellavarithe Guruvaram features Keeravani’s younger son Sri Simha in the lead. His earlier movie Mathu Vadalara had a decent run at the box-office. Now again, he greeted the audience in theatres with Mathu Vadalara today i.e. on 27th Mach 2021.
Veeru (Sri Simha) and Madhu (Misha) are on the verge of their wedding. However, both of them have plans to escape marriage. Meanwhile, they got to spend time together as their wedding muhurat is in the wee hours. During this time, they come to an understanding of their escape plans. At the same time, they open up with each other about past heartbreaks, fears and insecurities.
What they decide to do with their marriage is the rest of the story.
Manikanth Gelli made a decent attempt to address the insecurities of not only women but men as well in this light-hearted rom-com. In fact, even better writing could have helped the movie’s run at the box-office. Kaala Bhairavi’s music and background score might not be extraordinary but gelled with the film. Production values are decent and cinematography is good as well. The editor could have been more merciless at times.
Sri Simha Koduri’s perfectly fit the role and did a commendable job for his second appearance on screen. However, Satya walks away with all the credit for a hilarious performance. Misha Narang looked good on her debut and Chitra Shukla put up a decent performance as a confused soul. Sharanya Pradeep did well in a sister role and Harsha Chemudu as Satya’s friend also offers some relief in the film.
Thellavarithe Guruvaram is a breezy rom-com with a unique plot. It is a decent watch for those who love different concepts.