If director Sekhar Kammula’s Love Story was meant to revive the religion of Telugu filmmakers in theatrical releases, the movie has greater than finished its job. An trade that was reeling underneath the pandemic-induced losses wanted a movie that reinvigorates the field workplace enterprise by providing leisure to the folks. Love Story with Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi within the lead does that, and extra. With its foot-tapping music, fascinating dance strikes and interesting script, it provides you bang in your buck after which delivers a social commentary that you just take house with you.
Chaitanya and Sai dance their coronary heart out however Love Story actually catches you in its silent moments. The movie has a way of urgency and relevance as Sekhar examines the problems of caste and sexual violence in our society. Love Story is well Sekhar’s strongest and intense movie but.
Revanth (Naga Chaitanya) and Mouni (Sai Pallavi) hail from the identical village however they’re separated by their caste identities. Their ambition to flee from the shackles of society brings them to Hyderabad. Whereas Revanth desires to make it large as a Zumba dance teacher, Mouni desires to safe a well-paying company job, which might permit her to get away from her abusive uncle. Revanth and Mouni, who’re neighbours in Hyderabad, regularly fall in love with one another over their shared ardour for dance. The all-pervasive caste distinctions, nevertheless, finally meet up with them, shattering their desires.
Sekhar takes a well-recognized premise and successfully weaves collectively a memorable narrative, exploring the far-reaching results of caste discrimination, gender bias, and sexual violence. The film additionally calls out the hesitancy of the general public in questioning society’s regressive considering.
Naga Chaitanya delivers his career-best efficiency on this movie. Sai Pallavi’s efficiency and composer Pawan Ch’s rating add worth to the movie.