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Varudu Kaavalenu (2021)

Varudu Kaavalenu (2021)

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Bhoomi’s mother wants her to get married soon but she’s particular about what she wants. Akash returns to India after a successful stint abroad and while these opposite poles attract, will they make it work?

Lakshmi does a good job of fleshing out Bhoomi (Ritu Varma). Be it the way she talks to her mom Prabha (Nadiya), men and even employees at the office, she’s the boss lady who has less tolerance for nonsense. Akash (Naga Shaurya) returns back to India and takes up a project with her. He is impressed with how empowered she is and falls for her. While they fall for each other, they also share a past and complications arise. As the film progresses, the director almost seems too obsessed with Bhoomi, exploring her various facets. The first half ends on a decent note but the ride to there is too slow to handle.

 

Release Date: Oct 29, 2021
Language: Tollywood Length: 02 hrs 13 mins
Cast: Naga Shaurya, Ritu Varma, Murali Sharma, Nadhiya, Vennela Kishore, Harsha Vardhan, Jayaprakash, Praveen
Director: Lakshmi Sowjanya
Music Director: Vishal Chandra Sekhar
Producer: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Writer: Lakshmi Sowjanya
Advisory: U/a
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Varudu Kaavalenu (2021) Bhoomi’s mother wants her to get married soon but she’s particular about what she wants. Akash returns to India after a successful stint abroad and while these opposite poles attract, will they make it work? Lakshmi does a good job of fleshing out Bhoomi (Ritu Varma). Be it the way she talks to her mom Prabha (Nadiya), men and even employees at the office, she’s the boss lady who has less tolerance for nonsense. Akash (Naga Shaurya) returns back to India and takes up a project with her. He is impressed with how empowered she is and falls for her. While they fall for each other, they also share a past and complications arise. As the film progresses, the director almost seems too obsessed with Bhoomi, exploring her various facets. The first half ends on a decent note but the ride to there is too slow to handle.  . thumbnail text
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