:::: Love Failure Telugu Movie Review
Banner: Y Not Studios
Casting: Amala Paul, Siddarth,
Direction: Balaji Mohan
Music: Thaman S
Producer: S Sasikanth
Arun (Siddarth) and Parvathi (Amala Paul) fall in love with each other. But the couple gets separated due to some circumstances and ego clashes. Arun narrates his love story and also the experiences of his friends. He comes to know that every love story is the same and realizes that misunderstandings and quarrels are common in everybody’s love. How Arun and Parvathi finally unites is the conclusion of this cute love story.
Love Failure is a very cute and sweet film which is told in a refreshing manner. Hero plays the narrator role in this film and that has been used to perfection by the director. There are many campus laughs and sweet nothings that have been brought on to the screen in a delightful manner.
There is a matured love track on Suresh and Surekha Vani which runs parallel to the actual story. There are also few sub plots, all about various types of love. It is a very difficult job for the director to get the screenplay right for this type of movies. Balaji Mohan excelled in this department.
There is not even single dull moment in the film. Saying so, one would have to connect with the narrative. It won’t appeal to every type of audience. It does work with the multiplex junta and college going youth. Love Failure impresses the target audience and audience who crave for masala films may not like it.
Siddarth is terrific in this film. He hasn’t carried that melodramatic look from Bommarillu into this movie and that is a refreshing change. Amala Paul is natural. Her eyes are extremely expressive. She is a treat to watch. Suresh is fine and so is Surekha Vani. Siddarth’s friends are likeable. The pair that played Sid parents delivered decent performances. Most of the actors are newcomers and they came up with confident and natural performances
Thaman’s music is good. Especially the background score is impressive. A couple of songs are good. Cinematography is wonderful. Editing is crisp. Dialogues are neat. The film is made on a budget, but there is no compromise upon the quality of the film.
Director Balaji Mohan is the find of the season. His script is superb and the way he executed it is awesome. The director didn’t bother about the so called commercial values and did justice to the script. That is the beauty of this film.
Love Failure should work commercially as it appeals to the target audience. It is made on a medium budget and it should recover its costs despite being restricted to certain sections of audience. If you are looking for a beautiful romantic tale, this is the film. Go, fail in love!
Love Failure Movie Rating: 3/5