Manamantha Review Rating: The Trilingual movie directed by Chandra Sekhar Yeleti has been released. The Telugu film Manamantha has been simultaneously out in two other languages, Namadhu in Tamil and Vismayam in Malayalam. (check: Dishoom collection.)
The ventures of the director have been average so far from Aithe to Sahasam. This time, he is back to business with Mohanlal and Gouthami as the lead star cast. His latest release is touted as a family entertainer and emotional drama with the touch of ‘Yeleti’.
Its story revolves around the daily experiences of four persons who belongs to the middle class. Out of those four, the first one is Sairam (played by Mohanlal), an Assistant Manager at a supermarket who struggles to get promoted to the Manager.
The second person is Gayatri (played by Gouthami). She is a middle-class wife who struggles with the family finances. The next on the list is young graduate Abhiram (Viswant). He struggles with his love life. Then, the last person is a kid Ramya Rao (Mahitha) who comes from a middle-class family; shows care for a poor boy to pay for his education.Manamantha movie review Manamantha Review
All of these four people come from middle class households. Thus they face some of the common struggles and experiences. All these stories run in parallel. The audience is left to guess their ends. It forms the crux of the overall story.
Manamantha story is one of the best working pillars. It worked very well, and the expertise of the director are really appreciable. The star performances by Mohanlal and Gouthami are appreciated. These have been the strengths of the film especially the acting of Mohanlal who lives his character. It gave more depth to his character as he dubbed by learning Telugu.
Gouthami did justice with her character. Viswant and Ramya are new to acting career and have given their best input. Supporting actors like Urvasi (who played a friend of Gayatri). He portrayed the comic role with greedy nature. Anisha Ambrose as the love interest of Abhiram was good.Manamantha Review Rating Manamantha movie review
The emotional dialogues written by Ravichandra Teja were good. The cameo of Gollapudi will be remembered. He returned after a long break. Technical departments delivered a sound output to give the audience a good experience.
Overall, Manamantha is a family drama film with a slow pace. It involves audience to get deep into the story. As the climax approaches, it gives the thrill and a small relief. Family drama fans will surely love it.
The overall credit goes to director Yeleti, Mohanlal, and Gouthami for carrying out the film. Emotional people will be drawn with it.
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