Review : Entha Manchivadavuraa

Sankranthi season is in full flow and the last release of this season, Entha Manchivadavuraa has hit the screens today. Read on to see if this Kalyan Ram movie has anything exciting or not.

Story :

Balu(Kalyan Ram) runs a company called All is Well Emotion Suppliers which sends people as dear ones to whose who are lonely in life. In one story, Kalyan Ram goes as a son to Tanikella Bharani’s house and locks horns with a bad guy played by Rajeev Kanakala. Things get even serious when this emotion supplier business gets into all sorts of problems. The rest of the story is as to how Balu sets all his issue right.



The film is the remake of a Gujarati hit film and director Satish Vegensa has established the story well in the first fifteen minutes. During this time, things are quite good as the curiosity factor is nicely induced in the film through some suspense elements as to what actually the hero is doing.

Kalyan Ram does a good job in his role and plays according to the storyline. Mehreen is strictly okay in her role and does not have much to do. Sarath Babu and Suhasini shine in their roles. Vennela Kishore brings some relief into the movie with his comedy act and the rest of the actors like Naresh and others do not have much to do in the film.

Mehreen plays the female lead and her role is good but there is no romance in the film and this is where the film gets boring. The first half has some good emotions and Rajeev Kanakala’s entry is also good. But there is no entertainment in the first half as things are made very simple.

In the second half, things get bogged down as a comedy track and Sarath Babu’s episode brings boredom into the proceedings. There is no seriousness in the film as the conflict point of Rajeev Kanakal goes missing and things get dull. The pace is slow and boring moments keep coming in time and again.


Plus Points

Kalyan Ram
Vennela Kishore

Minus Points

Slow Pace
Weak Climax

Verdict :

Family dramas mostly have the same story but it is the way things are packaged by the director. Entha Manchivadavuraa has a good concept and is treated well in the first half. But the lackluster second half, boring scenes and silly climax take the film down in no time. There are few emotions that click but the film, on the whole, is an outdated watch this Sankranthi.

Rating : 2.5/5