Vijay Deverakonda in political thriller

Ye Mantram Vesave

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But luck favours some and they become whatever they want and reach higher positions with their hard work.

Vijay Deverakonda's "backlog" has come to haunt him in the form of the disoriented ' Ye Mantram Vesave'. He is now a hot piece of cake in the market. A much-delayed release of a movie that was made even before Pellichoopulu, here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Ye Mantram Vesave review. The film releases tomorrow (March 9). "He agreed and we met after a week and this time when I heard the script, I immediately jumped at the opportunity", Deverakonda said, confirming that Tamil audiences will see his performance in the film in his own voice. Vijay Devarakonda's next hits the mark on the first look. The game gives him enjoyment. Often discouraged by the management she is still aspired to comeup with a novel game concept with realistic city hunt approach. Nikhil accepts the challenge.

Nothing specific to brag about any actor. He comes into contact with a girl, Rags (Shivani), a gaming designer on social media. After learning that the mysterious woman is none other than Rags, Nikky tries to find out who the goons are. By looking at the title, if any one expects any regular love story elements, they'll be up for big disappointment. The plot twist in the end makes you question a lot of other events shown during the movie, which contradict the ending and seem to have been put in purely to confuse the audience. But the bad screenplay made it a tedious watch. Vikram Vedha fame Sam CS has been roped in to compose music while Santhana Krishnan, son of popular lensman Ravi K Chandran, will crank the camera.

The clues that the heroine gives to the hero and the game played totally kills the impact that the film is supposed to have on the audience. Background score is another disappointment. Shiva Reddy's Cinematography captures the locales and the stunts perfectly, but the visuals are badly impacted by poor VFX.

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