Movie Review: Fidaa
Cast: Varun Tej, Sai Pallavi, Raja, Satyam Rajesh, Saichand, Harshavardhan Rane, Manisha, Geeta Bhaskar and Others.
Cinematography: Vijay C Kumar
Music: Shakti Kanth
Direction & Story, screenplay: Sekhar Kammula
Producer: Dil Raju
After ‘Premam’, Sai Pallavi mesmerizes with her performance yet again. She deserves all the praise for pulling off a role of a Telangana Girl to perfection despite being a Malayali. It’s never easy for a debutante Actress to get the Telangana dialect right. Not to forget her superb comic timing. While she steals the show with bubbliness in First Half, Emotional Performance in the Second Half will touch the hearts.
Varun Tej did a terrific job. He molded himself well as per the demand of the character and his maturity levels were visible. A Director’s Actor for sure!
Senior Actor Sai Chand got into the skin of the character. He is so natural as Heroine’s Father. Raja who played Hero’s Brother, Heroine’s Sister, Geeta Bhask who played Heroine’s Mother-in-Law and Satyam Rajesh have done justice to their roles.
Varun (Varun Tej), who is pursuing medicine in the USA, flows down to a village in Telangana for the engagement of his Brother. After the marriage gets finalized, He gets to spend some time with bride’s Sister Bhanumati (Sai Pallavi) and love blossoms between them. They, however, hide their feelings for each other till the wedding is done. Varun proposes to Bhanumati after returning to the US but she rejects it. Why did she do so despite madly in love with Varun? Do watch this breezy romantic entertainer in theatres near you to know how did their Love Story end
Feel-Good Moments & Comedy entertains the Audience thoroughly in the First Half. Whereas, There is a bit of lag in the Second Half. The reasons cited for widening the gap between Lead Pair looks unconvincing & Climax appears a bit forced. A few scenes appear repetitive. Though there are some good moments in Second Half, Lack of entertainment on par with First Half is a drawback. Overall, ‘Fidaa’ is a feel-good entertainer with a strong family emotion…You can surely watch it this Weekend