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Chitram Choodara Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Monday, May 13, 2024 • Tamil ]
Chitram Choodara Review
Cast:
arun Sandesh, Sheethal Bhat, Dhanraj, Shivaji Raja, Kasi Vishwanath, Ravi Babu
Direction:
RN Harshavardhan
Production:
Boyapati Bhagyalakshmi, Seshu Maramreddy
Music:
Radhan

Chitram Choodara Movie Review

Chitram Choodara tells the captivating tale of a young man whose life revolves around the world of drama in his village. When a glimmer of opportunity presents itself in the form of a film offer, he embarks on a life-altering journey to the bustling city of Hyderabad. The movie promises to explore the stark contrast between his humble beginnings and the glitz and glamour of the film industry, while navigating the challenges and triumphs that come with chasing his dreams.

Story:

In the heart of Kotthapatnam, Bala (Varun Sandesh), a passionate young actor, thrives in the world of village dramas alongside his companions Moddu (Dhanraj) and Rangarao (Kashi Vishwanath). Fate intervenes when Mallesham (Siva Balaji), a production house manager scouting for locations, witnesses Bala's talent and offers him a life-changing opportunity in the bustling film industry of Hyderabad. Bala's journey to the big city intertwines with the lives of CISarangapani (Allari Ravi Babu) and Chitra (Sheetal Bhatt), leading to unexpected twists and turns that shape his experiences in the glamorous yet challenging world of filmmaking. Chitram Choodara promises a captivating narrative that explores the clash between small-town dreams and big-city realities, sprinkled with moments of humor, drama, and heartwarming connections.

Chitram Choodara Movie Review

Analysis:

 Chitram Choodara, despite its intriguing premise, ultimately disappoints as a crime thriller, leaving the audience with a sense of unfulfilled potential. Varun Sandesh's portrayal of Bala lacks conviction, appearing lost and disconnected from the narrative. Sitalbhat's performance also falls short, failing to bring depth to a poorly written character. The film boasts a talented supporting cast including Allari Ravibabu, Sivaji Raja, Kashi Vishwanath, and Raja Ravindra, but their potential is squandered due to a lack of proper utilization. Even the comedic duo of Dhanraj and Rachcha Ravi fails to elicit laughter. The film's central conflict, which revolves around a drama artist entangled in a crime, lacks the necessary intensity and complexity to drive a compelling thriller. The screenplay unfolds predictably, resembling a stretched-out TV serial rather than a tightly woven cinematic experience. The trap set by the production manager and police officer feels contrived and illogical, devoid of any genuine suspense. The hero's actions and motivations remain unclear, further diminishing audience engagement.

Chitram Choodara misses the mark in delivering the thrills and emotional resonance expected from a crime thriller. The director's attempts at creative storytelling, particularly in the hero-heroine introduction, fall flat and become unbearable for the viewers. The forced romance and lackluster dialogues further contribute to the film's overall weakness. Ultimately, "Chitram Choodara" ends on a flat note, failing to provide any satisfying twists or resolutions.

Verdict:

Chitram Choodara is a missed opportunity, weighed down by miscasting, a weak plot, and a lack of genuine thrills. The director's efforts at creativity fail to salvage the film, leaving the audience with a sense of disappointment.

Rating: 1 / 5.0

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