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Nachavule Review

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Nachavule Movie Review - Appeases the youngsters

IndiaGlitz  [Monday, December 22, 2008]

In contemporary days, the fashion statement is all about the number of boyfriends or girlfriends one has to flirt with, among the youngsters. In par with this commendable attitude of the youth, 'Nachchavule' directed by Ravi Babu has been made on Ushakiran Movies banner. Starring Sai Subhakar and Madhavi Latha in the lead cast, the movie has been produced by Ramoji Rao after a hiatus. Here is a review on the movie that got released on 19th December.


The story starts off with the life of protagonist's parents who is Kasi Viswanath and Sushma (Raksha). His parents fall in love and get married. Yet, his father Viswanath never takes the plunge to understand Sushma and her feelings. Lav kumar (Sai Subhakar) is their son who becomes an adult under the eyes of their loveless parents.

His acquaintance with girls starts off at an early age of 6, when he presents a chocolate to his next door neighborhood girl, Pinky on his birthday. But, he gets heart broken when Pinky presents it to some other boy, adding that it was she who bought it for him. Seeing all this leaves a deep scratch in Lavkumar and creates an impact in his mind that girls are not trustworthy. So, as he grows up, he becomes a boy with an attitude. He starts flirting with girls all the way teamed up with his buddy Sinu (Narasimha). Although his flirty talk earns him a slap or two, he never changes path. But, in the end he gets enlightened under a mango tree and decides to woo a girl rather than trying random stones on many aimlessly.

In comes Anu (Madhavi Lata) with whom he starts his wooing techniques to hook up. A competitor named Navin, who resides near Anu's home, gives Lav a tough time. He also tries to win her heart which leads to repeated clashes between Lav and Navin. In a twist, Lavkumar gets to save Anu's father from a heart attack. The incident develops a soft corner in Anu who befriends Lav, and the relationship upgrades to love. However, the devil in Lav makes him to take Anu for granted. He tries to flirt with others girls too which disappoints Anu immensely. A dejected Anu plans to relocate during when Lavkumar's mother Sushma dies of brain tumor. A series of changes takes place as his father who is always irritated and restless, becomes silent and poised. All these make Lavkumar realize the depth of relationship and the purity of love. In what way do Lavkumar get back to Anu is to be watched on screen.

Performance of Artists

Sai Subhakar has earlier appeared as a child artist in some movies. Without much publicity, now he debuted as a hero with 'Nachchavule'. He performed gracefully in the character of a teenage lover boy in this film. His performance is impressive and does justice to his role.

Madhavi Lata who debuted as heroine is equally good in her role as a naïve lover. Kasi Viswanath who stepped as a director with 'Nuvvuleka Nenulenu' in to Tollywood, has started his second innings in the industry as an actor. He sheens in the role of the hero's father. Raksha did well within the purview of her character.

Kamesh as heroine's father, Narasimha as hero's friend, Navin is a character with a bit of negative shade, and another artist who played hero's brother, have all shared screen space with their neat performance.

Technicians Work

Music director Sekhar Chandra composed delightful music although this is his very first venture. The music plays one of the main assets in taking the movie to new heights. Lyrics by Bhaskara Bhatla Ravi kumar, editing by Marthand K Venkatesh are good and does a neat job.

N.Sudhakar Reddys cinematography is very nice. Especially, the light & shade effects that are featured in the songs look alluring.

Director's portrayal

Ravi Babu who learnt direction in Hollywood, has already proved himself with his first film 'Allari'. He later made films like 'Ammayilu Abbayilu', 'Party' and 'Anasuya'. Now the director has churned out 'Nachchavule' which makes the youth to ponder over the subject. He had succeeded in presenting the view point clearly on screen. Comprising of a myriad of new faces and no stars in the lead, Ravi Babu reaped the comment Nachchavule (liked U) from the audience.


The message of the movie relates that parents are a role model for their children and they naturally tend to adopt the morals exemplified by them. So, the child should be treated with love and affection, and also be guided in the right path. The movie is a mirror reflection of the attitude of present generation who misinterpret relations and people. It's a message aptly conveyed for the youth and parents alike.

Director Ravi babu deserves applause for choosing a contemporary script and making it entertaining. 'Nachchavule' will sure be a delight for the youth.

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