Yevade Subrahmanyam Telugu Movie
Subramanyam (Nani) is one of the most eligible bachelors in the town who completed his IIM and is leading a successful career in a Big Corporate Firm. His range doubles after he manage a big acquisition deal which was turned down as an impossible affair by his seniors. When Subbu's life going on smoothly, Rishi (Vijay D), his Childhood Friend makes a comeback to Subbu's life and turns it topsy turvy. The rest of the story is all about the Journey of the two and Anandi (Malavika Nair) as they under take an adventure to reach Doodh Kashi, a river in Eastern Nepal in Himalayas.
Nani's character had two different dimensions and he pulled both of them effortlessly. Malavika has the girl next door looks and is more than adequate for the character. Vijay D is good too. Rebel Star Krishnam Raju, Ritu, Nazar and others are okay in their roles.
Yevade Subrahmanyam is an experimental film of sort for Telugu audience. There is an underlying philosophy in the film and the characters uphold and practise the values they believe in. While the intention is totally appreciable, debutant director Nag Ashwin failed to execute it perfectly. He could completely derieve the emotions required to establish the subject. The very slow screenplay will test the patience for all except those who are involved in it.
Radhan has come out with good Music and back ground score which complimented the film well. Ilaiyaraja's Single 'Challa Gaali' is very beautifully canned. Cinematography is cool with some finest locales captured. Editing should have been better.
Finally, Yevade Subrahmanyam works with those audience who like serious cinema and those who can manage to sit through very slow pace. It is not the cup of tea for those who are looking for some quirky comedy.