Entha Manchivaadavuraa

Entha Manchivadavuraa is out in the open after being in the news for a long time now. Read our review and find out whether this film has any masala in it to withstand the Sankranthi competition.

Story: Balu played by Kalyan Ram is an orphan who starts a business called All is Well Emotion Suppliers. The agency would supply a family member when some when needed. A relationship on hire is the concept. In the same manner, Tanikella Bharani hires him as a son and gets him into all sorts of trouble with a wicked man played by Rajeev Kanakala. The crux of the story is as to how Kalyan Ram comes out of this mess.

Performances: Kalyan Ram gives his best effort in this film which has hardly anything for him. He plays the nice guy’s role to the T and keeps the audience at bay. Mehreen has not clicked in the film. Her dressing, performance, and acting are just about okay and nothing new. Comedian Sudhakar was okay with his role.

Naresh was cheesy with his silly comedy. The best part of the film was Rajeev Kanakala who played the main villain in the film. Telugu makers should use an actor like him who has a good caliber. Sharath Babu and Suhasani bring a depth to the film with their presence in the second half. Vennela Kishore was the best in the film with his good comedy timing.


Kalyan Ram


Fake Emotions
Routine Drama

Analysis: Kalyan Ram is choosing some dull stories from the last few years and this film is one of them as he has nothing to do performance-wise. Director Satish Vegensa takes a novel plot but fails to set it up in the current scenario. He uses fake emotions, dull ending and makes the film boring.

Apart from this, the interval bang is boring and there is no proper conflict between the key roles and characters. It is hard to understand why certain actors come and go. The second half is a huge let down as the film does not have any direction making it tough for the audience.

Looks like Satish Vegensa has not learned anything from his flop film Srinivasa Kalyanam and made the mistake of the same old traditions and customs to make the film boring. As it is the festive season, there will be some takers but after that, this film will fall flat.

Rating: 2/5