Hello Guru Prema Kosame Review and Film Summary (2018)
Movie: Hello Guru Prema Kosame
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Creations
Cast: Ram, Anupama Parameshwaran, Pranitha Subash, Prakash Raj, Suresh, Sithara, JP, Posani, Praveen and others
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Story, dialogues: Bejawada Prasanna
Cinematography: Vijay Chakravarthy
Editor: Karthika Srinivas
Art: Saahi Suresh
Produced by: Shirish, Lakshman
Screenplay, Direction: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
Release date: Oct 18, 2018
A story line with plots, twists and comedy.
Sanju a native of Kakinada gets a job in a software company in Hyderabad and had to stay with his mother’s friend Vishwanatham.
He meets with Anupama and they started off on the wrong foot only to find out that she is Vishwanatham’s daughter which means they lived in the same house.
Their hatred for each other turned to friendship. Sanju later got into a relationship with his colleague, Ritu but when Ritu proposed to him was when he realized he was actually in love with Anupama all along.
Find out how this whole drama will play out with Anupama getting engaged to someone else.
Comedy In First Half
Lousy second half
If you have come across director Trinadha Rao’s movies you will notice that they all have similar storylines though they deliver more comedies as “Hello Guru Prema Kosame” started in a funny way.
The movie kicked off in a really interesting and fun way starting with the scene from Kakinada through the plots here were not so full of light it got better when the scene moved to Hyderabad where Sanju got into the software company.
The series of events that took place during his first day at work was quite amusing coupled with the events that occurred during his meet with Ritu, one of his colleagues which were also catchy
The first half of the movie ended rather too suddenly though the first half really gave us something to laugh about even if the end kept the audience in a confused state.
All characters were portrayed perfectly well with lots of humors and amazing comedy scenes with simple dialogues. The first half didn’t actually contain the major story but I was interesting to watch cos of the major dose of comedy.
A different twist began to come on board the moment Sanju tells Vishwanatham that he was in love with his daughter Anupama as Vishwanatham promises to assist him in achieving his love as his dear friend.
Now this plot was seeming interesting till the production team started going over the same scenes over and over again making the second half quite lousy and unentertaining.
Getting to the end of the second half the movie was already getting boring with the repeat of scenes and it finally ended as it was predicted to.
“Hello Guru Prema Kosame” is an entertaining comedy movie even though the comedy lasted just in the first half of the film with the second half being tedious with repeated scenes. You don’t want to miss on this little entertainment.
Bottom line: Works In Parts