Banner: Amazing Arts
Producer: Srinivasa Rao Potluri, Pradeep Kumar Koneru
Director: Pradeep KK
Music: Pradeep KK
Casting: Vishwadev Rachakonda, Priyanka Jain, Rao Ramesh, Shayaji Sinde, Rajshree Nayar, Pragati and others
Taxi Driver Santosh (Vishwadev Rachakonda) and Shruti (Priyanka Jain) get attracted with each other and fall in love. They get delighted when their parents give green signal to their love.
However Santosh gets shock when Shruti starts hating suddenly for no reason. To find out why Shruti hates Santosh and the twists and turns in their love story, enjoy Chalte Chalte on silver screen.
Vishwadev Rachakonda worked hard to attract as a lover boy. To some extent he impressed as it happens to be his second film. However he needs to work even harder to improve his dialogue delivery and modulation along with his expressions.
Priyanka Jain got limited scope to perform and she attracted with her looks. Rao Ramesh and Shayaji Shinde attracted with their performances. Others performed according to their roles.
Director Pradeep should have added twists and turns and modernized his love story according to the tastes of the genex youngsters. He himself handled the music and background score. Music is OK and background score is attractive. He elevated few scenes with his background score.
Editing of Upendra left a lot to be desired. There are many drags in the film which slowed the pace testing the patience of the viewers. Cinematography of Venkat is beautiful. He captured the natural locations and beautified the film. Production values are OK.
Few emotional scenes and dialogues
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Director Pradeep dreamed of scoring a hit with a youthful romantic entertainer. However he came with a routine story with no real twists and turns. He got struck in the 80s and failed to film or narrate the story according to the tastes of the genex movie lovers.
Right from the start to finish his story, screenplay and direction lacked novelty testing the patience of the movie lovers. Except for couple of scenes and dialogues nothing captures the imagination of the movie lovers.
Entire first half drifts apart with unnecessary scenes and story starts in the second half but even that doesn't interest to a large extent as the narration lacked the romantic feel and love and emotions.
Curtains down for Chalte Chalte.
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