Yevade Subramanyam Movie Review
Subramanyam (Nani), an IIM Graduate, works as a General Manager in a leading Corporate Firm. At the time when he has nothing much to complain about in his life after being very successful on the professional front, The entry of his Childhood Friend Rishi (Vijay D) who believes in living in the moment and to the fullest changes everything upside down. There after, Anandi (Malavika Nair) joins the duo. How an adventurous trip to 'Dudh Kosi' lake in Himalayas changed Subramanyam's perception of life forms the rest of the story.
Nani is a gifted artist and he performs what was required to perfection. Vijay D and Malavika, the two new comers, bring a lot of freshness to the project.
Krishnam Raju gave a restrained performance. Nassar, Ritu and Others have done justice to their roles.
- Picturesque Locations
- Self Realisation concept
- Slow Paced
- Limited Reach
Debutante Director Nag Ashwin deserves credit for sticking to what he really believes rather than relying on commercial ingredients for success. He is a promising talent and will certainly have a bright future ahead.
Radhan's Music is an asset to the movie. Cinematography is outstanding. Dialogues are endearing. Editing need to be much better, particularly in Second Half. Producers deserves a special mention for brave attempt.
Films like 'Yevadu Subramanyam' are very rare to come, especially in a Industry like Tollywood which is known for its commercial entertainers. Even though it falls short of becoming a cult film, Novel Script, Compelling Performances and Pure Emotions work in its favour. Its a kind of film people love to watch on Television and we could find DVDs of this film in many houses very soon.
Box Office: 'Yevadu Subramanyam' is expected to do well in A Centres and Multiplexes. The end result could be estimated only after having a close look at the revenues on Saturday & Sunday!
Verdict: A Refreshing Roller-Coaster Ride!