Review: Fidaa – A feel good love – hate- love story

Review: Fidaa –  A feel good love – hate- love story

Cast: Varun Tej’s, Sai Pallavi
Director: Sekhar Kammula
Producer: Dil Raju
Banner:SVSC
Music  Director: Shakthi Kanth
 
 
Right from the first look posters to the teaser, ‘Fidaa’ created interest in movie lovers. As this is a love story from Sekhar Kammula after a long time, the expectations were high over this film. But the theatrical trailer of this film created mixed feelings.  Now let’s see how the movie will be:
 
Story:
 
Varun (Varun Tej) is an NRI and is a medical practitioner in the US. He comes to India to arrange his older brother’s marriage. While his brother gets an alliance, he falls in love with a Telangana girl Bhanumathi (Sai Pallavi), the sister of the bride. What happens to their love story??? How Varun impresses Bhanumathi? Forms the crux of the story.
 
Positive Aspects:
Varun Tej has delivered good performance in Fidaa and he impresses the viewers as an NRI. Sai Pallavi, who appears as a village belle, has good scope for acting and she has lived up to her role. She wins hearts with her Telangana accent. Raja Chembolu, Sai Chand, Sharanya Pradeep, Geetha Bhaskar, Harshvardhan Rane, Nathan Smales, Sarah Berry, Lydia Pagan and Danielle Gregory have done justice to their roles.
 
Dil Raju has bankrolled Fidaa under his banner Sri Venkateswara Creations and he has made sure that the film has brilliant production values. Shakthi Kanth’s music, Vijay C Kumar’s picturisation, beautiful locales, fights and dialogues are the attractions on the technical front.
 
 
Negative Aspects:
Dragged second half
 
 
Verdict:
A must watch film. Those who loves village locales will surely fall in love with the film. Kudos to Sai Pallavi for portraying as an exact Telangana girl. 
 
Rating: 3/5

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