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‘Savyasachi’ Review

Title: Savyasachi

CBFC Rating : U/A

Run-Time: 2 Hrs 30 Mins

Release Date: 02-11-2018

Banner: Mythri Movie Makers

Cast: Akkineni Naga Chaitanya, Madhavan, Niddhi Agerwal, Bhoomika, Vennela Kishore, Sathya, Shakalaka Shankar, Rao Ramesh, Tagubothu Ramesh, and Others

Music: MM Keeravani

Cinematography: Yuvraj

Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Producer: Naveen Yerneni, Yelamanchili Ravi Shankar, C.V.Mohan (C.V.M)

Written & Directed by Chandoo Mondeti

Story :

Vikram Aditya (Naga Chaitanya) who has twin vanishing syndrome escapes from a fatal bus accident. Later on, he realizes that it's not an accident but a murder attempt on his family. Who is trying to kill Vikram's Family? What is their motive? How Vikram saved his loved ones with the help of his ambidextrous ability forms the rest of 'Savyasachi'


Naga Chaitanya is back with a new outing in a gap of fewer than two months. This time it is an entirely different outing from him compared to the last one. The star is in action and romance mode in Savyasachi. He plays both the shades to perfection in Savayasachi. The left-hand syndrome portrayal is also amazingly handled. Special mention must be made regarding his dances in “Lagayethu” song. They were full of energy. From the fans perspective, it was a full meals experience.

Niddhi Agerwal is his first outing shows restraint and maturity. The glamour is not the highlight instead it is the character that stays with us. She is lively in the dances as well.

Madhavan is terrific playing a psychotic antagonist. It is a departure from the roles that he usually plays as a lead. There is a scope to show different variations, and he makes use of the opportunity very well. Bhumika gets a small but essential role, and she makes most of what is given.

Vennela Kishore and Sathya rocked as a pair. Shakalaka Shankar registered in a small part, and Thagubotu Ramesh played against his usual character and stood out.

Highlights :

Naga Chaitanya


MM Keeravani's Background Music

Unique Concept

Lavish Production Values

Drawbacks :

Gets Predictable At Times


Chandoo Mondeti is back with an original outing after a gap. The basic concept of Vanishing Twin Syndrome is superb and sure to engage everyone. However, the story is on the predictable side a bit. The director makes it up with racy entertainment and thrilling action.

The first half is filled with college romance and fun related to the setting. They keep the proceedings lively, and entertainment makes one forget everything else. The suspense associated with the main story is revealed in parts in the first half. We get into the core story at the intermission, and it continues in the same vein in the second half.

The entertainment makes way for a thrilling edge of the seat episodes between the hero and the villain in the second half. The challenges thrown at each other are superbly done. If only, they were more developed. The action scenes that punctuate the thrilling parts are fantastic as well. The fight scene post the “Lagayethu” remix is brilliantly executed. And in the end, the climax is neatly wrapped up without too much melodrama or non-sense.

The music by MM Keeravani is good. The background score is superlative as well. The cinematography by Yuvaraj is brilliant. Editing by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao is neat. The production house, Mythri Movie Makers needs to be appreciated for backing a different content and getting a star hero to do the subject. The production values are fabulous.

'Savyasachi', on the whole, is a thrilling commercial entertainer with the roles of protagonist and antagonist being the highlights.  Their scenes together are the mainstay of the enterprise.

Bottom-line: A Thrilling Commercial Ride Rating: 3/5

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