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'Pravarakhyudu' Review: 'No Love' To 'Full Love'

'Pravarakhyudu' Review: 'No Love' To 'Full Love'

Film: Pravarakhyudu
Rating: 3/5

Banner: Tolly 2 Holly Films
Cast: Jagapathi Babu, Priyamani, Hamsa Nandini, Brahmanandam, Sunil, Ali, Chalapathi Rao, Dharmavarapu, Rajyalakshmi and others
Music: M M Keeravani
Cinematography: Surender Reddy
Editing: M R Varma
Director: Madan
Producer: Ganesh Indukuri
Release date: 4th Dec 2009

Prime star Jagapathi Babu and Priyamani are being known as the ideal pair of Tollywood and here they are with a new movie that is meant to be a different love story and an entertainer. Let us see if it was impressive or not.

Sasi Kumar (Jagapathi) and Shailaja (Priyamani) study in the same college and though they are of opposite natures Shailaja gets attracted to Sasi. However, he doesn’t believe in love and Shailaja is disgusted with him. They get into their lives separately.

Years pass and Sasi becomes a noted name in his field of Zoological studies. He leaves Harvard job and comes to join a girl’s college as a lecturer. The principal of that college is Shailaja.

Why did he come to this college? Will their love rekindle? Will ‘no love’ factor transforms to ‘full love’? All this forms the rest of the story.

Jagapathi Babu:

He has carried out his role with ease and the scenes where he is shown as a student, he looked too puffed up. Performance wise, it was a normal walk in the park so not much to be said. 

She has done her job perfectly in terms of glamour and performance department, though she looks more sensuous in the Indian outfits, Priyamani was seen in all varieties. Two emotional scenes were good from her.

Hamsa Nandini
She has a brief presence and looks hot. As is the custom, she was given with a song and she has not disappointed.

Though his role was small, he managed to come up with good laughter from the audience.

Brahmanandam was regular, Dharmavarapu was effective, Ali failed to impress. Chalapathi Rao, Rajyalakshmi and other senior actors came up with the standard performances to add value to the film.


  • Content in plot
  • Music
  • Cinematography
  • Picturization of songs


  • Jagapathi Babu touching the tummies of young girls while teaching music is not convincing but confusing and appeared ‘extra’!
  • Girls’ getting carried away by charms of Jagapathi Babu is repetitive
  • Lion episode is not well-fitting although pictured with good technique
  • Ali’s comedy turned mere waste
  • The climax scene where students and staff hold placards recommending love was ridiculous.

The director has come up with a simple tale of relationships and with a message that each has their own outlook depending on their experiences. The dialogues were simple but they could have added more depth, script was okay and screenplay was good during the first half. Comedy was not that much and editing was neat.

Costumes and art department made their presence felt. Full marks to cinematography and background score. The songs were captured really sensuous and though they were not situational, the picturization made up for it.

There were few silly things that the director could have avoided to make things look mature. Overall, the film relied heavily on the screenplay and due to that, the first half went smoothly without much complaint. However, the second half fizzled out and got dragged with unwanted songs and weak comedy. The climax should have been etched out with more impact to drive the message. The mass will like the songs and the family audience might find the narrative appealing barring a few elements of erratic script.

Bottom Line: Ok for family audience and ladies

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