Saahasam Swaasaga Saagipo Movie Review
Title : Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo (2016)
Star Cast : Naga Chaitanya, Manjima Mohan, Rana Daggubati
Director : Gautham Menon
Music : AR Rahman
Producer : Miryala Ravinder Reddy
Releasing on : November 11, 2016
Chinna (Naga Chaitanya) is a happy-go-lucky guy who stays with his parents and two sisters. Chinna completes his MBA and wanted to settle in life. But even before he does that, he wanted to go on a Road Trip. Chinna sister (Maitreyi)’s friend Leela (Manjima Mohan) joins him on the road trip. By that time, chinna falls for Leela but won’t reveal it to her. On their road journey, some unexpected incidents happen and changes the lives of Chinna and Leela in one single day. What happened and how it happened forms the complete story of the film.
Naga Chaitanya is improving a lot and it is being witnessed with his recent films. In this film, Naga Chaitanya completely stuns one and all with an amazing performance. We can see a matured Naga Chaitanya in the film. Gautam Vasudev Menon has completely utilised the actor in Naga Chaitanya. Manjima Mohan makes a perfect and impressive debut with the film. She does a fabulous job in the film with her performance. Baba Sehgal impresses as a lead antagonist.
The film is titled as Saahasam Swaasaga Saagipo and that’s a perfect as well as apt title for the story that has been penned by Gautam Vasudev Menon. The first half of the film runs around the clean, pure romance while the second half track is completely action oriented. The first half is filled with friends, fun, family, girl friend and GVM mark romantic elements as well as some good conversations. The film appears to be refreshing and gives us fresh feel. Unlike the routine format, the film runs differently with its own style.
The music is a major asset for the film. A R Rahman has scored some fantastic music for the film. Rahman’s songs as well as background score is impressive. The story has been elevated with its feel good and pleasant music. There are no songs in the second half which is he major asset for the film. The second half runs with good pace and completely involves us in the film. The screenplay of the film also deserves some good appreciations. The narration has been interesting in the film. Naga Chaitanya has lived up to the expectations in the film. The film gives us a fresh and good feel all through.
The climax is a bit disappointing as well as dragged. Except for that, the entire film goes big and looks impressive. There are some important points in the story that the director has neglected to give focus on. The production values of the film are rich. The cinematography work is amazing. The editing is good.
Special mention to the Vellipomakey song picturisation which reveals the true poetic side of Gautam Vasuedev Menon.