Film: Undha Ledha
Director: Shiva Prasad
Casting: Rama Krishna, Ankitha, Ram Jagan, Jhansi and others
Music: Sri Murali
Release Date: 15 December 2017
www.moviemanthra.com rating: 3 /5
The film tells the story of the mysterious death of a woman named Rubin who hangs herself in the disguise of a Hindu. Finding it weird, the cops begin the investigation. Raju, who wants to become a film director loves Nandini and he finds that Nandini is also trying to commit suicide just like how Rubin ended her life. What did Raju do then? Who is behind this? What happens in the end? forms the story of the movie.
Ramakrishna who played the fundamental lead in the film is great. He did well and registers an impression with the groups of onlookers. The principal female lead Ankitha is great in the part she played and did equity for the part. She could have been more ready on the screen particularly in the key successions. Slam Jagan assumed another imperative part of the film and his execution is the best of the considerable number of performing artists. Jhansi is found in a decent part of the film. The various on-screen characters are alright and everyone is good in their respective roles.
The film was made on a shoe-string spending plan yet at the same time, the generation esteems are fabulous. Particularly, the cinematography of the film is rich in quality. The editor Manikanth could have slashed off the undesirable scenes to influence the film to seem shocking. The editing is simply alright. The music by Sri Murali is alright and the background music neglected to raise the required scenes. Siva Prasad, the director has neglected to inspire with the screenplay. Kamal, the maker of the film kept up appropriate creation esteems for the motion picture.
Undha Ledha however, has a decent and special idea that can hold the interest of the groups of onlookers in the theatres. It is the main highlight of the film that everyone is liking. The performances and the technicalities have come out well and the director was successful in pulling out an interesting product. The film has all the necessary elements that will keep the audiences engaged to the screens. On a whole, the movie comes as a good surprise this weekend. Watch it.