It’s time to party, starring noted anchor, Sreemukhi, Maaya Nelluri, Krish Siddapalli, Basha Mohiuddin, and Dithipriya Bhattacharya in the lead roles finally released on MX player’s OTT platform today. Scroll down to read our review of the film.
Priyansha(Dithipriya), a carefree doctor who hates the concept of relationships and marriage leads a happy-go-lucky lifestyle. Akanksha (Maaya) is a conventional thinker who is in search of true love. Ravi (Krish) is going through numerous struggles as his career is off the track and his attempts to get married fail miserably. These three contrasting individuals meet in Goa as they attend a party which is being organised by online dating platform, Touch. What is the true motive behind this Touch app? How does this app affect their lives? The answers to these questions form the plot of the film.
What about on-screen performances?
Sreemukhi plays a brief role in the film and she comes up with an okayish performance. Same is the case with Maaya Nelluri as well. She is strictly ordinary in her role. Dithipriya’s glamour show is stronger than her acting skills. Krish Siddapalli fails to emote well as he carries the same expression all through the film.
What about off-screen talents?
The film literally has zero positive aspects. The premise is kind of promising but the execution is wayward. The director, Gautham lacks any conviction and he fails to narrate the story in an engaging manner. Rather than pointing out individual flaws, it would be better to term the film as a whole, as a complete dud. The lesser we speak about the output the better.
The film has been titled It’s time to party, but the viewer is put through an outrageously tormenting journey. “Pedda Rod” is a dialogue which has been used in the film and that pretty much sums up the entire film.
Watch or Not?: If you have read the entire review, you would have already guessed the answer to this question.
TeluguBulletin.com Rating: 1/5