June 19, 2024
Prema Vimanam Telugu film Review

Publication Date: October 12, 2023

Rating: 3/5

Starring: Goparaju Ramana, Raj Tirandasu, Supreeth Reddy, Vennela Kishore, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Devansh Nama, Anirudh Nama, Sangeeth Shobhan, and Saanvee Megghana

Director: Santosh Kata

Producer: Abhishek Nama

Director of Music: Anup Rubens

Photojournalist: Jagadeesh Cheekati

Editor: Amar Reddy Kudumula,

Producer Abhishek Nama’s sons Devansh and Anirudh Nama made their film debuts with Prema Vimanam. Additionally, Sangeeth Shobhan and Saanvee Megghana have significant roles in the movie. The movie is currently available for viewing on ZEE5; we’ll see how it performs.

Story:

Ramu (Devansh Nama) and Lachu (Anirudh Nama) are the sons of a poor farmer. A friend of Ramu and Lachu’s who claims to have gone on vacation one day fascinates the boys. Their inability to pay for it prevents them from achieving their deep desire to fly. Caste-related issues have also made it difficult at times for them to negotiate their relationship. Was the couple able to have the perfect life? Have the children’s dreams come true? This is the film’s central idea.

Plus Points:

Two kids are involved in this touching story. It contains hints of innocence, comedy, and intense feelings. The children’s drastic methods to satiate their urges are portrayed in a powerful way. It is difficult to believe that Prema Vimanam was Devansh Nama and Anirudh Nama’s first motion picture. They are fantastic in every scene together. In particular, their scenes with Vennela Kishore are captivating.

There is a crucial sequence in the film where the couple and the kids cross paths, and those moments are really suspenseful. The connection between these two radically different stories is excellent. As a villager, Sangeeth Shobhan gave a really convincing portrayal. He did an amazing job of expressing fury, helplessness, and stress.

Prema Vimanam proved that he could handle dramatic sequences just as well as Mad, who played Sangeeth Shobhan’s humorous side. Saanvee Megghana is amazing in her role as Abhita. She performs with great facial expressions and exudes confidence the entire time. Every single song in the film is amazing, and Anup Rubens did an amazing job. Anasuya, Vennela Kishore, Raj Tirandasu, Supreeth Reddy, and Goparaju Ramana gave excellent performances in their parts.

Minus Points:

The children’s story is fantastic, but the love story isn’t that interesting. This kind of incredibly generic content has been around for a while. The way in which the caste issue is handled is not especially novel. Also, the sequences were played again. It’s a neat ending nonetheless.

The movie’s narration is mostly given slowly, which could grow boring after a while. Given the length of the film, it’s possible that certain unnecessary scenes were cut. In particular, the post-interval and the end drag a bit.

There’s a surprise at the end that considerably mitigates the impact. Its WOW factor has vanished due to its recent misuse. A few scenes in Prema Vimanam will remind you of movies from the past.

Technical Aspects:

Anup Rubens’ incredible songs left a lasting influence. Excellent background music is playing. Sometimes a lot can be communicated without using words. The children’s dreams appear to have been crushed by their father’s death. This short moment was filmed quite well.

The production values are good. With regard to Santosh, the filmmaker, he did a mediocre job directing Prema Vimanam. The way Santosh narrates the children’s narrative is excellent.

Verdict:

Prema Vimanam is a fragmented, whole-hearted rural drama. Unlike the story of the youngsters at work, the love storyline is very predictable and contains a lot of recurrent episodes. With incredible performances by Devansh Nama, Anirudh Nama, Sangeeth Shobhan, and Saanvee Megghana, the last thirty minutes were gripping. A few entertaining scenes had many laughing aloud. All in all, though, the movie is not up to par.

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