Friday, October 26, 2007

happy days

Rajesh is one guy whose words are like ignition to me. His interest to write about the movie for eternity prompted me to take a walk down to my, oops... sorry our engineering days. I subbu and kartheek still hark back toward those gaudy years, Feeling gloomy that those moments on no account will whirl back… But tribute to the movie “happy days” that we had a chance to embrace them all over again. It was like homecoming, a gratifying trip down the memory lane.
I must say the director had set soaring standards in his movie. He managed to lens down the whole lot with aptness, making it a must watch. Shekhar infused some freshness in this film. His narration was simple, contemporary and strong in content. He manages to bring this offbeat which romanticizes college making sure every student relates himself to the main thread .the basic premise for the film was the misinterpretation of the student community in the telugu film .I must say this one was a delight to watch as there was a emergent greed for a good sagacious films .

I thought what made the movie better was its spanking new star cast .Even the script demanded it .known faces would have diluted the essences and the innocence of the characters. This film certainly endow with characters, not the actors .everyone performed in an extremely natural way and different sensibility enabled to make the thread simple heartwarming and exceedingly nostalgic.

The story is about college life, confusion, career, love friendship, teachers, ragging and so on .its all about student life portrayed in a liable way. It certainly teaches a lesson to the young engineering prospects and parents that it’s not good colleges which make good students, its good students who make good colleges. Colleges should teach in order to make the student assume his career focal point and elucidate education is something which is beyond books and are bountiful experiences which nurtures a student to survive most critical circumstances.

Coming back to the characters of the film which were aesthetically crafted and its apparent that chandu took the top ranking. He was too good for this role .He brought attitude of a typical hyderabady student. Little confused yet was very flirtatious and extremely lovable and his striking looks were an added advantage, negating with the fact he was canned next the most beautiful girl in the set. Rajesh was very impressive with his telangana dialect. His manifestation of a brat-attitude guy in line with his looks and slang were commendable and made him exceptionally humorous. Rahul character was pretty adequate and his mannerisms were justifiable and suited to the tee. I thought shakhar’s part was quintessential in the movie which caution students that at times they might face off self-centric individuals. His nerdy looks are just what the doctor ordered illustration of good casting. Madhu is the main heroine of the film. She is very good and she oozed natural talent and expression in all her scenes. Pappu was perfect set for Rahul was very likable. However it was Sravanthi alias Sravs who steals the show with her extremely subtle performance .Sangeetha did not get enough scope to perform but she played her part well as a deceit.
Technical departments were clinical too, be it its music, background score camera work .screenplay and dialogues were vintage kamula and perfectly knitted which kept me gelled to my seat. Editing deserves a special mention. But the lens work was noticeable and logically portrait CBIT .There was no bumpy angles and unwarranted visual Fx. I never felt that I’m watching a movie rather I felt a part of the campus and all the characters are gyrating around me.
However, few scenes absolutely mesmerized and were enthralling and comprise repeat values. The events in the movie were like a whiff of fresh air and worth enchanting.