18 Pages (2022) Telugu Movie Review

Film: 18 Pages

Cast: Nikhil Siddhartha, Anupama Parameswaran, Ajay, Brahmaji, and others

Story, Screenplay: Sukumar

Music: Gopi Sundar

DOP: A Vasanth

Editor: Naveen Nooli

Producer: Bunny Vaas

Directed by: Palnati Surya Pratap

Release Date: Dec 23, 2022 

18 Pages (2022) Telugu Movie Review

Siddhu (Nikhil Siddharth), an application engineer, is unloaded by his sweetheart. Siddhu is broken by this episode and loses interest throughout everyday life, except he becomes engaged in a dairy that he coincidentally finds unintentionally. Nandini (Anupama Parameswaran) keeps a journal in 2019.

Nandini, who ventures out from Vijayanagaram to Hyderabad to convey a letter to somebody, keeps a journal of her everyday exercises. She doesn’t have a cell phone or any applications. Siddhu becomes hopelessly enamored with her while perusing her journal and starts to carry on the mission the last known point of interest.

After a couple of pages, pretty much nothing remains in the dairy. What really happened? Might two individuals at any point fall head over heels without seeing one another or meeting?

18 Pages  Review

Chief Sukumar composed the tale of ’18 Pages,’ which manages an exceptionally natural line: two individuals who have never met before became hopelessly enamored thanks to a journal. The heartfelt show, coordinated by Palnati Surya Pratap of ‘Kumari 21F,’ starts and finishes well, yet the post-stretch arrangements are random.

Despite the fact that there are a few equals with the 2014 Thai film “The Educator’s Journal,” in “18 Pages,” the legend and courageous woman never really meet until a critical second. This is special here and there.

Be that as it may, there is a significant imperfection in this film. The focal subject of a person falling head over heels for a young lady perusing a journal and looking for her without a telephone is challenging to acknowledge. It is particularly improper for the year 2021/22. The courageous woman goes to Hyderabad to meet with a man named Venkat Rao. Albeit the champion doesn’t have a cell phone, Venkat Rao can be reached by telephone. Rather than hanging tight for Venkat Rao, she can undoubtedly call him utilizing someone else’s telephone. The film is overflowing with consistent issues and plot-helpful components.

Anupama is the prototype film courageous woman: an unadulterated and prudent heavenly messenger. It’s hard not to snicker at Nikhil’s shenanigans in the wake of perusing an old journal. The film experiences various occasions of illogic. The storyline including Nikhil’s granddad additionally feels constrained.

Nikhil is completely submerged in his personality. At the point when she performs, Anupama Parameswaran has an approach to keeping the crowd enthralled. Sarayu, as Nikhil’s companion, is given some conspicuousness.

Gopi Sundar’s music is a significant feature. All melodies fit the subject, however two specifically stick out: Nannaya Raasina and Nee Valla O Pilla.

Main concern: The primary portion of ’18 Pages’ is engaging to watch, however at that point rationale and different issues arise. Gopi Sundar’s tunes keep us intrigued. The essential setting, then again, comes up short on contemporary feel.

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