Chalo Movie Review: The film is based on college love story in the backdrop of Andhra-Tamil Nadu border. Naga Shourya will is seen playing the role of a youth who comes to a fictional town and who is interested in fights. Touted to be a distinct love story fame with a novel climax, Chalo’s director is a Trivikram Srinivas protege. His name was Venky Kudumula.
Chalo marks the Tollywood debut of beautiful Kannada actress, Rashmika Mandanna. She was famous for her Kannada film, ‘Kirik Party’, was a big hit. The movie is bankrolled by Naga Shaurya’s parents Usha Rani and Shankar Prasad. The movie also features Manisharma’s son Mahathi Swara Sagar as a musical direction. All the five songs in the movie got hugely popular in the audience.
Cast: Naga Shaurya, Rashmika Mandanna
Banner: IRA Creations
Music: Mahati Swara Sagar
Producer: Usha Mulpuri
Director: Venky Kudumula
Cinematography: Sai Sriram
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Chalo Movie Storyline: The movie revolves around a village called “Tiruppuram” which is divided into two halves by the Tamil and Telugu people. This has happened in the year 1953, Neither of the groups crosses and enter the other’s perimeter. The constantly warring group are thrown off-balance each other when a girl and boy from either group fall in love. which forms the crux of the story.
Naga Shourya Chalo Movie Review
Shaurya impressed everyone as a college student and impressed with his performance. The love track and campus scenes came out well. Naga Shaurya‘s chemistry with Rashmika is cute. In other plus points, we have heroine Rashmika Mandanna’s gorgeous presence bringing freshness to the movie while Manisharma’s son Sagar’s music is totally melodious and catchy.
- Interval scene
- Vennela Kishore
- Second half slips
- Weird climax
Naga shourya Chalo Movie Rating: 3.5/5
Final Verdict: The movie is touted to be an interesting commercial college campus drama including all elements to impress all class of audiences especially students.
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