Senior filmmaker MS Raju is back with a new-age youthful drama, titled, 7 Days 6 Nights. Starring Sumanth Ashwin and Rohan in lead roles, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it goes.
Anand( Sumanth Ashwin) who is an aspiring film director decides to go for a trip to Goa along with his close buddy Kumar Mangalam ( Rohan). In the road trip, they meet two girls named Rithika (Meher Chahal) and Amiya( Krithika Shetty). While Anand falls for Rithika as the first sight itself, Mangalam gets close to Amiya. Despite being engaged, Rohan looking at Amiya won’t go well with Anand. What kind of troubles will the friends face in the Goa trip? Will the trip effect their personal lives? To know that, you have to catch the film in the theaters.
Sumanth Ashwin and Rohan did their respective roles decently. While Sumanth Ashwin ‘s performance as an aspiring director brings depth to the proceedings, Rohan is fine as a guy who is not too much serious about life decisions.
Young beauties Meher Chahal and Krithika Shetty are glamorous on screen and impresses with their eye candy treat in a beach song.
Others new faces who did extended cameo roles are okay in their respective roles.
The cinematography work by decent as the beautiful locations in and around Goa are captured nicely. Music by Samarth Gollapudi is decent as his background score is apt for the film’s genre.
Editing by Junaid Siddiqui is just okay. The production values for this limited budget movie are okay.
MS Raju’s thought of making a rom-com entertainer with complications in the relationship as the main aspect is good but his narrative lacks solid exposure. If he would have worked on the script for more time, the result would have been even better.
- Glamorous beauties Meher Chahal and Krithika Shetty
- Decent performance from Sumanth Ashwin and Rohan
- Lack of gripping narration
In an overview, 7 Days 6 Nights is a romantic drama that lacks a solid presentation and gripping scene order. Though the lead artists gave a decent performance, the dull proceedings make this film a boring watch.
TeluguBulletin.com Rating: 2/5