The energetic hero Gopichand is back with a family entertainer titled Soukyam. The film is directed by Ravi Kumar Chowdary, and has hit the screens today. Let’s review it.
Seenu (Gopichand) is a happy going cool guy who falls in love with Sailu (Regina). The couple enjoy some good time together. But, Sailu’s family members want her to marry the son of a corrupt politician. Now, Seenu’s father warns him to stay away from all this mess and focus on his career. Seenu promises to do so but the situations make him to rescue Sailu from the threat. The rest of the story is how Seenu manages to face the consequences from girl’s family.
Gopid Chand is stylish and his acting in action and romantic scenes is awesome. His chemistry with Regina is fantastic. Finally, he delivered outstanding performance throughout the film. Regina is okay with her performance. Pruthvi has done an impressive job and he is simply amazing. The remaining cast is okay at their respective roles.
The production values of the film are rich. Music by Anoop Rubens is not up to the mark and so was the background score. The dialogues in the film are good and so was the art department. Editing is poor, and most of the scenes could have been chopped off. Director Ravi Kumar Chowdary is just okay, he is out of the track after first 15 minutes of the film. The screenplay by Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan is again a disaster.
• Gopi Chand performance
• Awesome screenplay
• Chemistry between the lead pair
• Predictable story
Boring film, skip it
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