Cast: Sushanth, Ruhani Sharma, Vennela Kishore, Rohini, Anu Hassan, Rahul Ramakrishna, Vidyullekha Raman & Others
Production Houses: Annapurna Studios & Manam Enterprises & Siruni Cine Corporation
Music: Prashanth R Vihari
Cinematography: M Sukumar
Editor: Chota K Prasad
Producers: Nagarjuna & Jaswanth
Written & Directed by Rahul Ravindran
Heroes’ turning into Directors is such a rare phenomenon in the film industry. Recently young hero Rahul Ravindran turning as a director with Chi La Sow movie grabbed the attention of audiences.
Rahul Ravindran took Sushanth and debutante Ruhani Sharma for the lead roles. Here we discuss the plot, acting, direction etc., in the Chi La Sow movie review.
Arjun (Sushanth) is a 27-year-old guy who is reluctant to get married for the next five years and he has been pressurised by his parents to get married soon. On the other side, Anjali (Ruhani Sharma) is an independent working woman who looks after her family in the absence of her father.
At this juncture, these both come face to face in the matchmaking and from here the real story begins. What will be the outcome of this matchmaking of two opposite people? Will they both tie the knot or not?
The above questions have answers in the movie.
Actors & Performances:
Sushanth: After 10 long years from his debut, he got a best-suited role & script with Chi La Sow movie. He showed his best performance till date in the character of Arjun and this film is like a revelation in his acting career.
Ruhani Sharma: She scored distinction in acting, screen presence and last but not least in facial expressions. Ruhani Sharma’s impeccable performance in the role of an independent working woman is outstanding. She is likely to go places in acting.
Actors like Jayaprakash, Rohini, Anu Hassan, Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna & Vidyullekha Raman sparkled in their brief roles.
First of all, Rahul Ravindran needs to get a big pat on his back for picking up a very normal story from our real life and executing it in such a natural way. He scripted natural characters in this movie rather than going for routine lead roles.
Next, he made sure that his script will have the right elements required for the story and he didn’t even incorporate any irrelevant character or scene in the entire movie. His writing got bettered as the lead actors justified their roles with their performances.
Especially the dialogues from Rahul Ravindran are so good and one beautiful dialogue from the film is “Love is nothing but Habituation”. After watching this film, you people surely expect or wish many more directorial ventures from Rahul Ravindran.
The Cinematography from M Sukumar is apt for the mood of the film and Prashanth R Vihari’s music is very much soothing in the auditorium.
+ Natural Peformances
- Slow Pace in Some Scenes
Final Verdict: Chi La Sow is a natural & clean film.
Review by Sandeep.
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