Love Me Movie Review and Rating

25 May 2024-14:41 PM

Movie: Love Me 'If You Dare'
Director: Arun Bhimavarapu

Starring: Ashish, Vaishnavi Chaitanya, Ravi Krishna, Simran Chowdhary, and others

Producers: Harshith Reddy, Hanshitha Reddy, Naga Mallidi

Music Director: M.M. Keeravani
Cinematographer: P.C. Sreeram
Editor: Santosh Kamireddy

Banner: Dil Raju Productions
Release Date: May 25, 2024

iQlik Movies Rating: 1.5/5

Love Me, starring Ashish and Vaishnavi Chaitanya, is a romantic thriller directed by debutant Arun Bhimavarapu. Dil Raju is the producer. The following is the film's review. Check it out.

Arjun (Ashish), a YouTuber who thrives on solving unsolved mysteries and defying warnings. His curiosity leads him to the ghostly figure of Divyavathi, who has a deadly reputation for anyone who approaches her. Arjun falls in love with this spectral entity and embarks on a quest to uncover her past. The film revolves around unraveling the mystery of Divyavathi. Watch the film for full story.

Ashish delivers an improved performance compared to his debut, displaying maturity and a subtle charm that suits his role. His dialogue delivery is commendable, and he appears appealing in every scene. The actor is good and decent. Vaishnavi Chaitanya also delivered a good performance in the film. But her character lacks depth, giving her little opportunity to shine. The lead cast did not fail to impress us as viewers. Ravi Krishna performs adequately in his role.

Technical Aspects:
Keeravani?s background score is decent, and the songs are passable. The writing falters, impacting the overall quality of the music. The art direction is superb, and P.C. Sreeram?s cinematography is good. The CG work is adequate. However, the editing is good in parts. Director Arun Bhimavarapu presents some intriguing ideas but fails to effectively translate them onto the screen. The film is technically okay.

The film's first half's screenplay has some flaws. The intriguing premise of a hero falling for a ghost keeps the audience engaged but it is partly convincing. The film starts on an interesting note with the ghost's backstory. The idea of a hero falling in love with a ghost, though novel, isn't convincingly portrayed. The initial intrigue established in the first half fades after the big revelation, leaving the plot feeling silly and illogical. The second half, which should ideally provide a thrilling experience, instead becomes a confusing narrative overloaded with information and characters, making it difficult to follow. In terms of the emotions, the film falls short. The first half is somewhat watchable, but the second half?s complicated screenplay detracts from the overall experience.

Plus Points:
Few Performances
Plot Line

Minus Points:
Weak Writing
Slow Pace
Second Half

Final Verdict: Dare To Love This Film