Film: Pricey Megha
Banner: Vedaansh Inventive Works
Cast: Megha Akash, Arun Adith, Arjun Somayujula, Pavitra, and some others
New music: Gowra Hari
Producers: Arjun Dasyan
Directed by: A Sushant Reddy
Launch Date: Sep 03, 2021
Megha Akash’s latest effectiveness in ‘Raja Raja Chora’ won praise, and she has appear up with another movie. “Dear Megha” is her most current launch.
Let’s find out its merits and demerits.
Megha Swaroop (Megha Akash) likes her faculty mate Arjun (Arjun Somayajulu) but fails to convey her inner thoughts.
The introverted woman feels frustrated when Arjun leaves for a foreign nation. A few many years later on, they fulfill again in Mumbai, and this time Arjun expresses his appreciate to her. They begin their love romance. Due to an incident, Arjun disappears from her lifestyle once again.
Like unexpected rain, Adi (Adith Arun) enters her lifestyle. Will Adi continue to be with her permanently or vanish as Arjun did?
Megha Akash in the titular character is spectacular. She appears to be attractive in this film.
Pavitra Lokesh is a further actor enthrals with her successful functionality. She has an important character in the tale. Arun Adith has included some verve. Newcomer Arjun is okay.
Andrew’s digicam function is great. The visuals are fantastically captured. The songs is first rate. One particular music stands out. Dialogues are alright.
Aside from ‘KGF’, one Kannada movie that has created a whole lot of sound lately is “Dia”. Introduced previous year, “Dia” received accolades for its sensitive portrayal of appreciate, an introvert girl’s problems. The story’s tragic ending produced all the a lot more beautiful to the enthusiasts of romance.
When this kind of films get remade in other languages, far more generally than not, the magic goes off. Recreating the exact feel is tricky. “Dear Megha”, the Telugu remake of “Dia”, is the most recent illustration.
Director Santhosh Reddy has faithfully followed the structure, spirit of the original, and also brought out good performances from the lead actors. Even now, it does not attain what it sets out. Inspite of crisp runtime of just two hrs, the movie offers a very long film as it operates at a snail’s rate.
The film commences at a gradual pace and the generate goes down as it moves additional.
For individuals who have not noticed the primary (available on Amazon Key), “Dia” is all about moments. The tender moments, the simmering romance, the visuals, and the poetic touch are unable to very easily be recreated. So, regardless of the ideal attempts of the Telugu makers, “Dear Megha” turns uninteresting. A skillful hand is wanted for this remake.
The movie receives electrical power with the arrival of Arun Adith, but it doesn’t final long. Also, apart from for “Aamani Unte”, the songs is typically soft and does not offer the large josh needed.
All in all, “Dia” is a faithful remake of the Kannada movie but is much from partaking. The sluggish-paced drama has its moments, but they are not adequate to require the viewers in it.
Bottom line: Weak Remake