Film; Pelliroju Starring ;Dinesh, Nivetha, Rythvika Release date : 7/12/2018 WWW.Moviemanthra.com Rating :3/5 Story: The story is straightforward and it’s about existence, love and... Pelli Roju Review

Film; Pelliroju

Starring ;Dinesh, Nivetha, Rythvika

Release date : 7/12/2018

WWW.Moviemanthra.com Rating :3/5

Story:
The story is straightforward and it’s about existence, love and marriage. Three young women, who have different perspectives on marriage, struggle to lead a happy life as they deal with criticisms and parental pressure to get committed soon.

Performances:
Nivetha as IT Employee, Rythvika as RJ, Miya George as young lady from a customary family have done honorable job in their roles. Dinesh is alright yet by one way or another he looked dull and limited himself to a normal look numerous multiple times. Ramesh Tilak suited well in the job of R.J., Bala Saravanan did a great job too. Karunakaran as Riythvika’s sibling has given settled and developed execution. Nagineedu as Miya’s dad is alright.

Technical Aspects:
Coming to Technical divisions, the film’s Cinematography by Gokul Benoy is great. He has given great yield in low spending plan. The editing by Sabu Joseph is perfect. The story is told in forward and backward portrayal procedure and portraying the three tracks in parallel without disarray is unsafe and the editor made the story justifiable. Music by Justin is great. His work is amazing and seems as though he is a promising youthful Music director. The Background score is great and given required profundity in significant scenes. Shankar Dass and Nelson Venkatesan have composed grasping screenplay. The Dialogues composed by Venkat Malluri are straightforward, straight to point and hard hitting.

Plus Points:
Performances
Music
Story
Dialogues

Minus Points:
Few Boring Scenes

Verdict:
Story is great. The screenplay is locks in. The portrayal is moderate. The heading is great in Parts. The first half is decent. The second half goes on a genuine mode. The film looked increasingly reasonable, as the characters are recognizable we feel them near heart. The film has a message propensity in the roots. The screenplay is drawing in the attention. The Second half has all the more such scenes which are moderate and sufficiently long and the procedures looked bit emotional. Despite the fact that the motion picture is focused at youth, it tends to be viewed with family as the film is perfect. For the ones who are around the marriage age it’s a Must watch.

Punch Line: Youthful Family Entertainer.