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Vidya Vasula Aham


Season : 1Episode : 1Release Date : 17/05/2024


Vidya Vasula Aham follows the journey of two young individuals who initially resist the idea of marriage. However, a series of life-altering events lead them to reconsider their stance,

Rating - 1.5 / 5

Compromise Problem

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, May 17, 2024 ]

Get ready for a youthful romantic entertainer! Rahul Vijay and Shivani Rajasekhar, known for their natural and relatable performances, team up for "Vidya Vasula Aham," directed by Manikanth. This heartwarming film is set to premiere exclusively on Aha on March 17, 2024, promising a delightful journey for movie lovers.  Stay tuned for more updates on what this charming romantic tale has to offer.


Vidya Vasula Aham centers around Vasu, a mechanical engineer played by Rahul Vijay, who harbors a strong aversion to marriage. Vidya, an MBA graduate portrayed by Shivani Rajasekhar, shares a similar sentiment, deflecting marriage proposals from her parents.  

Fate intervenes, however, and Vasu and Vidya unexpectedly find themselves united in matrimony. The film delves into the intriguing circumstances that led to their decision, exploring the twists and turns of their newly married life.

Adding further layers to the narrative, their respective families, played by Ravi Varma Adduri and Roopa Lakshmi (Vasu's parents), Kasi Vishwanath and Rajasri Nair (Vidya's parents), as well as Vidya's close friend, Mounica Reddy, contribute to the complexities of their journey.

The storyline takes an unexpected turn with the inclusion of divine figures: Avasarala Srinivas as Lord Vishnu, Abhinaya as Goddess Lakshmi, and Srinivas Reddy as Narada, adding a unique element of humor and divine intervention.  

Prepare for a heartwarming tale filled with relatable characters, unexpected turns, and a touch of divine intervention as Vidya Vasula Aham unveils the intricacies of modern love and family dynamics.


Vidya Vasula Aham  features a strong performance from Rahul Vijay, who effortlessly embodies the character of Vasu.  His portrayal, full of natural expressions and a nuanced range, captures the character's evolution from a reluctant groom to a man discovering love. While his performance is commendable, further honing his skills could elevate him to even greater heights.

Shivani Rajasekhar shines on screen, exuding charm and charisma even in traditional attire.  Her cute expressions and expressive body language resonate with viewers. The chemistry between Rahul and Shivani elevates the scenes, adding a spark to their on-screen relationship.

The supporting cast delivers decent performances, with Ravi Varma Adduri, Roopa Lakshmi, Kasi Vishwanath, and Rajasri Nair effectively portraying the parents of the leads, though their roles are somewhat typecast. Tanikella Bharani's portrayal of a priest is impactful, and Mounica Reddy shines as Vidya's friend. Avasarala Srinivas, Abhinaya, and Srinivas Reddy bring a touch of humor as the divine figures of Vishnu, Lakshmi, and Narada, though their roles are somewhat underwhelming.

Director Manikanth Gelli attempts to deliver a unique romantic entertainer, flipping the traditional narrative by starting with marriage and culminating in love. While the concept is intriguing, the screenplay and scenes fall into a predictable rhythm after the initial few scenes.

The first half offers a passable experience, with scenes featuring Shivani's character creating a questionnaire to find her ideal match, culminating in a decent interval twist. However, the second half falters, with silly scenes and an illogical ending.  The couple's arguments are portrayed in an immature manner, culminating in a rushed climax. While the dialogues are decent, the screenplay and direction could have been stronger. A tighter script and a more focused narrative would have significantly improved the outcome.

Kalyani Malik delivers a pleasant musical score with melodious and youthful romantic beats. The background music, while decent, could have been more impactful. Akhil Valluri's cinematography captures the scenes realistically, while Satya Giduturi's editing could have been sharper, particularly in the second half. The production values are adequate.

Vidya Vasula Aham offers a mixed bag. While the performances are largely decent and the music is enjoyable, the script and direction fall short of their potential, leaving the overall impact somewhat underwhelming.


Vidya Vasula Aham initially captivates with its unique opening, featuring Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, setting an intriguing tone. The shift to Rahul and Shivani's story promises a refreshing perspective on love and marriage. Unfortunately, the narrative soon succumbs to predictable tropes, diminishing the initial promise of a unique and entertaining journey.  A more focused script and tighter writing could have elevated the film's potential, transforming it into a truly engaging and memorable experience.


Cast: Rahul Vijay, Shivani Rajashekar, Avasarala Srinivas, Abhinaya, Srinivas Reddy, Tanikella Bharani, Mounika Reddy

Director: Manikanth Gelli

Music: Kalyani Malik

Cinematography: Akhil Valluri

Producer: Navya Mahesh M, Ranjith Kumar Kodali, Chandana Katta

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