Happy-WeddingDirector by: Lakshman Karya
Producer by: Pramod Uppalapati
Written by: Lakshman Karya
Starring: Sumanth Ashwin,Niharika Konidela
Music by: Shakthikanth Karthick
Cinematography: Bal Reddy
Edited by: Dileep Dennies
Production company: UV Creations
Release date: 28 July 2018
Both Sumanth Ashwin and Niharika are going through a rough phase in their careers and need their new film Happy Wedding to become a good hit. Directed by Lakshman Karya, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Anand(Sumanth Aswin) and Akshara(Niharika) are a couple who decide to take their relationship to the next level by getting married. But, certain issues leave Akshara confused as she feels that she is doing a wrong thing by getting married in a hurry. This causes a lot of disturbance between the couple and slowly the family members also get involved. Rest of the story is as to how the lead pair solve their issues and understand the importance of marriage.
Plus Points in this movie
One of the biggest assets of the film is the basic theme of the film. How the younger generation are taking decisions in hurry and do not have any clarity on life and marriage is pretty good.
Niharika is way better than her first film. She has a complex role to portray and she did a decent job. The way she portrayed all the confused emotions look good in the film. Sumanth Aswin is impressive with his makeover. He too has improved a lot and is now more calmer which helps him and the story of the film in a big way.
The film is filled with good family emotions which are quite contemporary. There is no melodrama or over the top scenes and the run time is also crisp. Murali Sharma, Naresh and Tulasi do their supporting roles well. Indraja gets a good role and she is perfect in it. The pre-climax scene between Murali Sharma and Sumanth Ashwin is handled quite well and has very good emotions.
Minus Points in this movie
There is no proper romance and because of this, the lead pair lack chemistry is many areas. Individually, they do well but during crunch scenes the emotions lack the basic weight.
There is also not much comedy which the regular audience look forward to. As the film is based on sensitive emotions, the proceedings take their own time and this makes the film slow in both the halves.