‘Thank You’ Movie Review: No Mention

Film: Thank You
Score: 2/5
Sri Venkateswara Creations
Solid: Naga Chaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Malvika Nair, Prakash Raj, Avika Gor, Sai Sushanth Reddy, and others
Story: BVS Ravi
Music: S Thaman
DOP: PC Sreeram
Editor: Navin Nooli
Manufacturing Design: Raam Kumar
Producer: Raju, Sirish
Screenplay and Directed by: Vikram Okay Kumar
Launch Date: July 22, 2022

Although the movie has not generated a lot hype, “Thank You” is a notable movie for it introduced the “Manam” mixture once more. And the movie is produced by main maker Dil Raju.

Let’s discover out its deserves and demerits.

Abhiram (Naga Chaitanya) positive factors success along with his centered strategy to work. He develops an app named Vaidya within the USA. His lover Priya (Raashi Khanna) helps him with preliminary funding. However she breaks up with him as his self-centered nature drives her away from him.

After her break-up and one other incident, he realizes expressing his gratitude to all those that formed his success is the one means he can discover happiness once more. He embarks on a journey to thank all of them.

Artistes’ Performances:
The movie undoubtedly is Naga Chaitanya’s present. Showing acceptable to the age of the character in numerous phases of life, he pulls the position convincingly. Naga Chaitanya has managed to look as an adolescent in a key portion and likewise behave like one. He has proven the required maturity within the later parts of the film.

Raashi Khanna will get a personality that has some scope for efficiency. She shines in emotional scenes. She additionally shares a scorching chemistry with Naga Chaitanya.

Malavika Nair is okay. Prakash Raj brings worth to the transient sequence he’s in. Sai Sushanth Reddy does his half properly. Avika Gor is simply okay.

Technical Excellence:
Thaman has given fairly unusual music. Apart from the title music, the remaining are forgettable. His background rating nonetheless is satisfactory.

The hanging characteristic of the movie is PC Sreeram’s cinematography. He captured the USA sequences fantastically although the identical can’t be mentioned for the remainder of the film.

Dialogues are plain.  

Naga Chaitanya
Crisp runtime

The prolonged and listless Vizag episode
Unexciting narration
Predictable screenplay 

The story of “Thank You” narrates the journey of a younger profitable one that meets the varied individuals who influenced or helped him in reaching the place he’s. This single line is just like that of Ravi Teja’s “Naa Autograph”.

In “Naa Autograph”, the hero goes again to his lovers and reminisces the moments. Right here, the hero meets the individuals who formed his success straight or not directly. Whereas Ravi Teja’s movie is about nostalgia, that is about gratitude. 

The essential thought has the fabric to weave a reasonably participating film however director Vikram Kumar’s screenplay is formulaic and predictable, and totally boring. 

If you’re conversant in director Vikram Kumar’s filmography (like “Ishq”, “Manam”, “Hey”, and many others), you’ll simply guess how his movies progress.

Fortunately, the movie has a brief runtime of about 2 hours. The romantic monitor between Raashi Khanna and Naga Chaitanya takes area for about 10 minutes. That’s it.

The main focus of the primary half is in regards to the hero’s teenage love drama in his village with Parvathi (performed by Malvika Nair), which has shades of “Manam”. This love episode although clichéd is okay. 

The second half devotes to the story of his faculty life in Vizag and assembly these two individuals in his faculty life once more. This flashback isn’t one other romantic episode, it’s about clashes in faculty.

The long-drawn faculty episode exams persistence. Then comes the climax which isn’t solely ineffective but additionally superficial. The required emotion doesn’t come out. 

Apart from Naga Chaitanya’s transformation and a few moments, the movie is a predictable affair. In a nutshell, “Thank You” is a wasted effort. 

Backside line: Thanks However No Thanks

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