Chi La Sow- A Well-Made Film That Has Blockbuster Written All Over It!!!
Cast: Sushanth, Ruhani Sharma, and Vennela Kishore
Director: Rahul Ravindran
Producers: Nagarjuna & Jaswanth
Banner(s): Annapurna Studios & Manam Enterprises & Siruni Cine Corporation
Music: Prashanth R Vihari
Macho man Rahul Ravindran introduced a new trend in TFI with his directorial debut Chi La Sow. Yes, a hero turning into director is a very rare incident in the film industry. But, Rahul Ravindran made it with his great passion and dedication. Hats off to this young man!
Well, coming to the film, Chi La Sow has been making headlines ever since it announced. Right from the title to the trailer, the film received a thundering response from the audience.
And King Nagarjuna comes forward to produce this film under Annapurna studios and Manam Enterprises. Isn’t it exciting? And his association with Siruni Corporation reached the expectations to the sky-level.
Now, let us see whether the movie reached the expectations of the audience or not.
A 27-year-old Arjun (Sushanth), who is a great fan of Salman Khan and devote of Lord Human, always gets pressure from his parents to get married. But, he always escapes from marriage postponing it with crazy reasons. On the other side, Anjali (Ruhani Sharma), who is an independent working girl looks after her family. The twist in the tale arises, when they both met each other in the match-making process. What happens next? Will Arjun and Anjali get married or not?
The above questions have answers in the movie. Watch and find out the answers on the silver screen.
About Captain of The Ship – Rahul Ravindran direction
The first applause must goes to Rahul Ravindran for writing strong characters, with plenty of moments to cherish through the course of its run. Each character in the film gets its chance to take the driver’s seat and move the story forward with an ease.
The screenplay is brilliant as the strong dialogues and a gripping drama that picks up the intensity right after the interval bang. Rahul Ravindran’s attempt at making the audience connects to the happenings proves to be a successful director in the second half of the film as the narrative finding a smooth path as it progresses.
The director also demonstrates his talent in bringing out the life of the characters, not just through the writing but also by extracting lively performances from the actors. The visuals in the film certainly set the mood of the film, and the tone is wonderfully and brilliantly conveyed.
Sushanth is back with a bang and he has immense scope in a role that is tailor-made for him and pulls it off with ease. Be it a handsomely built youngster or a love-struck man when he meets the girl for the first time, he is up for anything. Ruhani Sharma has a meaty role and she proves her mettle as a good actress in her debut film itself.
In their brief appearances, Vennala Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna, Vidyullekha Raman light up a few comedy scenes with their comic acts. Vennela Kishore nailed it perfectly with his trademark comedy. Other actors Rohini and others did justice to their roles.
Talking about the technical team, Prashanth R Vihari’s music is atmospheric and engrossing. M Sukumar’s camera work is vibrant and very effective, thanks to some lovely and vibrant locations. Prashanth R Vihari’s music tracks add great value to the proceedings and even his BGM is uplifting. Chota K Prasad editing is superb. Rich production values by Annapurna Studios, Manam Enterprises & Siruni Cine Corporation are brilliant.
In a nutshell, Chi La Sow is a well-written love story which could catch the right note among the youth and it has crowd-pleasing moments. And Chi La Sow scores high on emotions, dialogues, and performances. Try watching it along with your family and friends!
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