Pichhodu, as the name suggests is a moving story of a man who is in search of a soulmate, a companion who understands him and is a good life partner. A soulmate is a science that is an interesting tagline of this movie.
Starring: Kranti, K. Simer, Posani Krishna Murali, SathyaKrishna, Sameer, Abhay, Mahesh, Apparao
Producer & Director: Hemanth Srinivas
Cinematography: Gopi Amitabh
Editor: Santosh Gaddam
Rishi (Kranti) is a child from a broken marriage. His mother commits suicide after she had an altercation with his father, they were not soulmates who led a happy family. Hence, Rishi wants to search for a good soulmate in his life as a partner.
The first thing about Soulmates is the new concept chosen by the director and the way he executed it. Kranthi as the hero did commendably well in the scenes involving him, as the whole story revolves around him.
The movie’s climax is quite unexpected and will interest many viewers into the fold and its a victory for the director to use a new concept to direct this movie.
Music by Bunty is soothing and adds to the sensitive mood of the movie and is to the point. The overall supporting cast too including Posani Krishna Murali did their jobs well.
Pichhodu is a director’s movie and Hemant should be commended for this new concept and effort.
Go and watch Pichhodu, it will open a new door to love!