Review: Savyasachi
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Producer: Yemeni, CV.Mohan, Y.Ravishankar

Director: Chandoo Mondeti

Music: M M Keeravani

Casting: Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Aggerwal, Madhawan,Bhumika,Vennela Kishore,Satya, Shakalaka Shankar, Dishita Sehgal, Rao Ramesh,Tagubothu Ramesh,Bharat Reddy and others

Rating: 2.25/5.0


Young and handsome Ad filmmaker Vikram (Naga Chaitanya) leads a happy life with his sister and brother in law (Bhumika, Bharat Reddy) and their daughter Maha.

However he gets a huge shock when he meets with an accident and after few days hears a news that his sister's family died in a cylinder blast.

To find out the secret behind these shocking developments and reveal the mystery behind vanishing twin syndrom and Aditya (Naga Chaitanya) and its connection to his lady love Chaitra (Nidhhi Aggerwal) and Arun (Madhavan), enjoy Savyasaachi on silver screen.


Naga Chaitanya performed well as a youngster suffering from vanishing twin syndrome. He slipped into the role well and is good in romantic and hilarious scenes. However he could have improved upon his expressions and emotions.

Nidhhi Aggerwal who made her debut in the film oozed with glamour. Though she got limited role to perform, she made everyone's eyes turn on her with her dances and beauty treat in songs and romantic scenes.

Madhavan in his debut in Tollywood performed well showing powerful expressions and emotions. He attracted with his body language and screen presence. However Hemachandra's dubbing is not good.

Bhumika emoted well in the sentiment role as Naga Chaitanya's sister. Others like Rao Ramesh, Satya, Shakalaka Shankar, Dishita Sehgal, Rao Ramesh, Tagubothu Ramesh, Bharat Reddy performed according to their roles.


Keeravani came with foot tapping mass songs. None of the songs are attractive and appeal to viewers. Songs placement dragged the pace of the film and tested the patience of the viewers. However he elevated the scenes with his background score.

Yuvraj beautified the film with his cinematography. He captured the scenic locations in an attractive manner.

Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao's editing left many drags in the film. He should have chopped off many scenes to make the narration crispy.

Director Chandoo Mondeti in his quest to include mass elements, deviated from the interesting plot. Had he struck to the plot and included few more twists and turns, the result would have been different. Production values are good. 

Plus Points

Nidhhi Aggerwal 's glamour




Minus Points

Lack of twists and turns

Routine elements

Songs placement




Chandoo Mondeti who attracted with different genre film like Karthikeya and then with Premam remake, generated interest speaking about vanishing twin syndrome in Savyasachi.

He starts the narration on an interesting note but with in minutes loses plot in his quest to attract masses with routine elements.

Entire first half goes off for a toss in routine romantic and massy elements before  interesting interval bang with the entry of Madhavan.

While many expected more twists and turns in the second half touching vanishing twin syndrome, viewers will get more disappointment with routine revenge and mass elements. Forced comedy scenes and special song to attract masses in the name of comedy, failure to elevate Madhavan's villainism, inability to elaborate on the vanishing twin syndrome and focus on Chaitu's hidden strength spoiled the interesting story.

Chandoo Mondeti came with interesting point but failed with his story, screenplay and direction.

Final Talk

Savyasaachi's dexterity fails to sparkle.

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