Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada Review – Fun Horror

ekkadiki-pothavu-chinnavadaMovie : Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada
Director : Vi Anand
Producers : P.V.Rao
Music Director : Sekhar Chandra
Starring : Nikhil, Nandita Swetha, Hebah Patel
Telugusquare.com Rating 3.25/5

Story
Arjun (Nikhil) comes to the mahisasuramarthini temple in Kerala with his friend Kishore (Vennela Kishore) who is possessed by the evil spirit. He meets Amala (Heb ba Patel) and gets closer to each other in four days. Suddenly Amala leaves to her native place Vijayawada without informing Arjun. Even Arjun lands in Vijayawada in search of her. Amala gives a shock to Arjun saying she never met him and her name is Nitya, not Amala. Arjun comes to know a shocking thing . what is it?, Who is Amala?, Wha is the relation between Amala and Aisha (Avika gor) ? .. Find answers watching the film.
Performance

Nikhil seems to be made to do such roles, he did an active job . However, he could not get the chance to give all kind of emotions in the film. Hebba was bubbly and active . Nandita was beautiful and gave a best performance and Avika’s role was a key in the film. Satya and Vennala Kishore brought some laughs.
Analysis

Technically , the film was good, Chandrashekar’s songs and the BGM was good, Cinematography was impressive. Abbura Ravi’s dialogues were okay.

In absolute terms, Ekkadiki Pothave Chinnavada is a film which is about a spirit that is desperate for its girl’s love. The film starts with the point , whether soul and spirits do exist?. The scenes between Nikhil and Hebba brings some occasional laughs but looks dragging. There is a twist before interval which is an expected one. The actual story begins in the second half .Pursing spirits brings humor when the hero and his friends feel fear on the screen. Avika comes in the falshback episode . Director has given importance to Love and comedy rather Horror element in the film. He should have concentrated on climax scenes. Overall, It’s a decent Mystery- horror -Fantasy- comedy entertainer.

Verdict
An entertaining thriller. Despite contrived climax