Chandra (Aadi) is an aspiring singer who heads a music band by name 'Crazy'. Yuktha (Shanvi), a budding talent approaches them for a chance and falls instantly for Chandra. Slowly they fall in love and as things appear to be completely fine, a childhood secret involving the both gets revealed. What happens next? How they succeed in love and life forms the remaining story.
Aadi is a perfect fit for the role. His body language and styling suited him well but some how his acting and dialogue delivery need to worked on. They seem to be very forceable and artificial. And in the dance department, he better try to increase his grace than the raw speed. Shanvi gets another pretty glam doll character. There is not much of a test for her skill. Sapathagiri as painter Hussain Varma, Vennela Kishore as a transgender Music label owner and Thagubothu Ramesh takes care of the comedy but their roles are very limited.
The first half of the film deals with the love bonding between the lead pair and the chemistry between them. But the director fails to engross the audience. Second half is slightly better with comedy and emotions. Ravi Chavali opted for a very routine subject and further the very routine treatment completely beat the film.
Anoop Rubens' music is par below average. Songs are ineffective for a musical love story and the back ground music is too loud. Cinematography is good and the editor should be not given his remuneration.
Finally, Pyar Mein Padipoyane does not offer anything great to you. But in turn will test your patience in the theaters with routine stuff and forced performances. Give it a miss!
(1 / 5) : Poor