Review : World Famous Lover

Due to reasons unknown, Vijay Deverakond’s romantic drama, World Famous Lover is carrying a very low buzz among the audience. Directed by Kranthi Madhav, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s analyze it.


World Famous Lover is the story of a couple named Gautham and Yamini. In a serious breakup scenario, when Yamini leaves Gautham in frustration, Gautham starts writing a book about compromise and sacrifice in a relationship. In the presentation, he brings on board Seenayya-Aishwarya’s tale and Gautham- Izabelle’s Paris love as the examples. Later, Gautham becomes a famous book writer. Will Yamini notices this and accept Gautham’s love and returns back? Forms the rest of the story.


Hero Vijay Deverakonda pulled off three different characters effortlessly. He acted in a matured manner in all three different roles. Especially, his makeover as a small-town guy, Seenayya is good and impresses with his performance.

Raashi Khanna and Aishwarya Rajesh are the main pillars of the film. Both the lovely ladies gave a brilliant performance in the emotional roles.

Catherine Tresa and Izabelle Leite are decent in their special appearances. Actor Priyadarshi and other characters in the film are okay with their job.

Coming to the direction skills, Kranthi Madhav’s content to expose the intensity of love through three different stories is good but his narration lacks life in it. If he would have narrated the same story in with different treatment the result would have been even better.

Plus Points:

Vijay-Aishwarya-Raashi Khanna’s performances


Serious narration

Inconsistence in screenplay

Arjun Reddy shades in Gautham’s character



All in all, World Famous Love is not the one that his fans expect from Vijay Deverakonda. Though the scenes of Seenayya-Suvarna thread and Gautham-Yamini thread are good in the first half, the slow and more argumental scenes in the second half looking annoying hence makes the film a disappointing watch at the box office.

Rating: 2/5

World Famous Lover Telugu Movie Review