Endhukante Premanta Movie Review
Ram flies toParison a business trip and there he comes to know that he was sent here by his father (Sayaji Shinde) to teach him a discipline. There he met a beautiful lady Sravanthi (Tamanna) daughter of an Indian Ambassador (Suman) and falls for her. One day, Sravanthi asks Ram to help her to travel toIndia. Here occurs a twist in the tale and what happens later forms the rest of the Endhukante Premanta story.
The first half of Endhukante Premanta comprises of few good elements between Ram and Tamanna. The film entertains in parts. The film catches the momentum after the interval episode. The second half is good mix of sentiment and comedy. But the climax episode has been dragged and creates boring. Twists are not that much interesting.
Hero Ram is amazing in fights and dances; he acted well too as usual. He had good comedy timing. Tamanna is brilliant in her performance; she looks gorgeous on screen too. Sayaji Shinde entertains with her peculiar dialogue delivery, while Anu Hassan is decent. Brahmanandam is Hilarious and his comedy part has evoked laughs. Krishna Bhagwan, Suman and Satya Krishnan are apt. Rishi is good. Kona Venkat is impressive as villain in Endhukante Premanta.
Director Karunakaran failed in dealing the novel story line in entertaining way, th film too misses the much needed romantic elements. GV Prakashs tunes scores average, while BGM is heart of the film. Cinematography by Andrew is top notch and it is asset of the film. Editing done by Kotagiri Venkateswara Raos could have been better as it looses needed crispiness. Dialogues are fine. Production values of Sravanthi Movies are rich.
Performances of lead pair