The most awaited movie of Naga Chaitanya is Savyasachi. Savyasachi means one who is ambidextrous. Naga Chaitanya in this movie plays a similar role. The movie is based on a scientific concept called the vanishing twin syndrome. To justify his character in the movie, Naga Chaitanya is playing the role of Vikram Aditya.
Cast: Nidhhi Agerwal, Naga Chaitanya, Vennela Kishore, Bhumika Chawla
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Producers: Y. Naveen, Y. Ravi Shankar, Mohan Cherukuri
Songs: M.M. Keeravani
The story of Savyasachi revolves around a person who is in a constant conflict with the left side of his body, which is controlled by his brother. Chaitanya was a senior to Nidhi in college and they both develop feelings for each other. But due to certain unresolved issues, they split up. After 6 long years, they meet owing to their professions and their story continues from where it stopped earlier. Naga Chaitanya goes to U.S.A. due to his work and when he comes back, he finds his perfect life shattered due to a cylinder blast in his house. His sister (played by Bhumika) survives, but her husband and daughter die in the mishap. Later, Chaitanya finds out that Bhumika’s daughter is alive as well and was kidnapped by Madhavan. What actually happened and what the role of Madhavan in this movie is, forms the twist in the plot.
- Naga Chaitanya delivered his best performance and elevated the tough side of him through this movie. The action sequences will give goose bumps to the audience.
- Nidhhi Agerwal did a fine job in Savyasachi and justified her role.
- Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar did a decent job.
- Rao Ramesh, with limited screen time, delivered an impactful performance.
- The songs of this movie deserve a special mention. The song Ninnu Road Meeda was a tune hard to forget. The dance moves in this song were the best in Naga Chaitanya’s career.The tunes of this movie, composed by M.M. Keeravani, are good and the background music is rocking, especially in the second half. The title song of Savyasachi creates an impact and elevates the story.
- The direction of photography by J. Yuvaraj is good, especially in the second half of the movie and the action scenes.
- References to Nagarjuna’s superhit movies like Manmadhudu were made in certain instances, which trigger smiles involuntarily.
- The drama in this movie worked out pretty well.
- Not a lot of negatives can be pointed out in Savyasachi. However, a huge disappointment is that Nagarjuna’s cameo was expected in the song Ninnu Road Meeda, but it never happened.
Savyasachi is a proper family entertainer with all the required elements, such as humour, a racy screenplay, action packed sequences and drama, all in the right proportions. Naga Chaitanya shone throughout the movie with his energetic performance. One person behaving like two people, behaving like someone else is controlling one side of the body is a difficult act to pull off. Naga Chaitanya not only pulled off this difficult task with ease, but also managed to convince the audience with his amazing performance. The change in his body language when his brother takes over and the action sequences where he makes use of his left hand are a visual treat. One thing is for certain: after this movie, Naga Chaitanya’s rough look will be more in demand than the classy roles he has played till now.
Savyasachi Movie Review