Keerthy Suresh couldn’t save a movie when the plot and direction are as bad as this
To emit: Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi Babu, Naveen Chandra, Samanth Shailendra, Nadhiya
Director: Narendra Nath
Keerthy Suresh is a very talented actress who has carved her own place in the Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu film industries. One of his best roles is in Mahanathi (if you haven’t seen it yet, now would be the time), but it wasn’t enough to prevent this movie from being a disaster.
What went wrong
We see Keerthy as Manasa Samyuktha, a determined young woman who knows she has what it takes to be a successful businessperson. But of course the family becomes the first antagonists, as they say that good girls are educated just so that the boyfriend’s party knows that she is capable of reading and writing. No good girl leaves this ring and goes after her dreams. Nothing we haven’t seen yet.
Fast forward, and we see Manasa (who, by the way, loves tea) with an MBA degree that she got from a university in San Francisco. Now he wants to share his love of tea among coffee-loving Americans and begins his adventure. But nothing goes right as long as you keep bumping into men who want your business to fail or want your heart. Of course he says no to everyone and everything.
His biggest competition turns out to be Kailash Shiva Kumar (Babu), owner of a coffee chain. He comes up with one silly plan after another to make her fail, but no, she passes them all and shows him how wrong she was.
The reason this movie is so boring is mainly due to how predictable it is. While the topic of women can achieve anything has continued, now is the time to innovate rather than do a basic story.
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