C/o Kancharapalem is a movie that was built on real-life characters rather than on a star cast. The movie is shot in a village called Kancharapalem, near Vizag. The village is a world on its own with its own set of rules and problems that rule it every day. The movie runs purely on different people and their lives and it thrives on their emotions solely.
C/O Kancharapalem Details:
Cast: Nithya Sree, Kesava K, Radha Bessey, Praveena Paruchuri, Subba Rao
Director: Maha Venkatesh
Producers: Praveena Paruchuri
Cinematographer: Varun Chaphekar, Aditya Javvadi
Music Director: Sweekar Agasthi
The story is all about the village of Kancharapalem and people living in it. The movie is a collection of multiple stories. A story of a 50-year-old unmarried man who falls in love with a woman, the story of a man who falls in love with a prostitute and the story of a sculptor is presented in a beautiful manner. An intercaste love story and the problems they face are closest to reality and that is the reason C/o Kancharapalem is being highly talked about.
The characters are easily relatable and the emotions are real and moving.
The movie showcases all emotions like love, anger, comedy, and deals with many other current issues that are plaguing our society.
Praveena Paruchuri plays the character of a prostitute and has done a decent job in it. Her role is actually the most difficult one with the inhuman side of it being on display.
C/o Kancharapalem is a movie that differs from the regular movie formula. It’s more of a story within a story concept which can be only experienced and cannot be explained.
All the stories in the movie do not have a happy ending. A few of them have tragic endings and they have been written with great care.
The way the movie is shot and the feel-good feels have actually brought C/o Kancharapalem its name and fame.
Since the actors are first timers, it took them some time to get used to the camera and that is evident in the first 10 mins of the movie.
Though a few commercial elements are missing from the movie, that is what makes it different and unique. However, certain sections of the society might not like it.
C/o Kancharapalem is a feel-good movie with a collection of stories. Each story has some take away from it and that is what makes C/O Kancharapalem different from others. With a dash of reality and a sprinkle of drama, the Director of the movie, Venkatesh Maha cooked a brilliant dish with layers of emotions and feelings. The movie is made with a lot of passion and dedication and though it lacks certain commercial elements, that is what makes it different from the regular cinema and makes it worth watching.