After a long wait, Naga Chaitanya's Love Story has released in theatres. Love Story was supposed to release in April but they couldn't release it, as you all know the reasons COVID-19. The film earned positive reviews from all quarters. The film is directed by Sekhar Kammula and it is co-produced by Narayan Das K Narang and P Ram Mohan Rao. If you are waiting to read the review of the film. Here we go
Plot: Revanth (Naga Chaitanya), Sai Pallavi (Mounika) hail from different backgrounds. They are from Armoor in Nizamabad. The two shift to Hyderabad in serach of good jobs. Revanth runs a Zumba dance centre which he struggles to run. Mounika who gets tired of looking for that perfect software job, decides to work at Revanth Zumba centre as a trainer. As expected, sparks fly and the two fall madly in love with each other. However, they can’t get married as they hail from different communities. Will love all forms the crux of the story.
Performance: Sai Pallavi and Naga Chaitanya are outstanding in the movie. Naga Chaitanya has nailed the character. Chaitu fans will get to see him in a never before seen avatar. The duo steal the show with their performance. The chemistry between the lead couple is sheer magic and will keep you hooked to the big screen.
The performance of both Chai and Pallavi will remain etched in your hearts as Sekhar Kummula brings out the best in them in every scene. Rajeev Kankala, Gangavva and other supporting characters deliver equally good performance to elevate the film's scenes. The whole cast does justice to their respective roles.
Analysis: Naga Chaitanya seems to have put in a lot of effort—be it on the Telangana dialect or dance. And it pays off as he does a great job of it. And he's a treat to watch. Sekhar Kammula drops a hint about the actual story in the first half, but it is in the second half that you will see the reak story.
Naga Chaitanya, Sai Pallavi performance
Slow narration in certain parts of the movie
Verdict: Love Story is not your regular run of mill tales, there's more to relationships. Sekhar Kammula has touched upon a very sensitive yet an important subject in the film. Go watch it.