Love stories are not new in Tollywood. The prime aspect of any movie in Telugu is love and the cleverness of the director comes out in the way he treats a love story, with his directorial skills.
One such quirky love story is the movie 2 Hours Love. The movie focusses on the way a relationship of love blooms and should be dealt with, in this modern age of breakups.
Cast: Sri Pawar, Kriti Garg and Tanikella Bharani
Direction: Sri Pawar
Music: Gyaani Singh
Adith (Sri Pawar) instantly falls in love with Avika (Kriti Garg) and they both start their courtship. However, Avika puts forth a condition—she will love Adith only for 2 hours a day, from evening 4 to 6 daily. Thus starts their period of courtship, in which Avika calls the shots.
After some incidents between them, Avika puts another condition of taking a leave in love for two months and stays away from him.
Adith comes to know Avika is using a fake name and her real name was Nayana. This makes him delve deeper into Avika’s past. Why does Avika keep Adith away for two months? Why the ‘2 hours love’ condition? Does this issue become a thorn in the flesh for their relationship? These questions get an answer in the latter half of the movie.
Sri Pawar, who also directed the movie, is a revelation. He acts with ease in the scenes where he expresses his love towards Avika. As he is also the director, he knows how to conceive a scene well. He displays the screenplay cleverly and the climax scenes are promising.
2 Hours Love is a new attempt at mixing a love story and suspense in equal measures. Another aspect of 2 Hours Love is the music by Gyaani Singh, which is really good and provides the required amount of breeziness and intrigue to the plot.
The only weak link in 2 Hours Love is its lag in screenplay. Most of the scenes look overstretched and the second half is particularly slow.
Overall, the movie is a good launching vehicle for Sri Pawar, who is definitely a promising actor.
Watch it as a dose of relief during the weekend!