Five reasons to watch Naga Chaitanya's Savyasachi
Naga Chaitanyas upcoming film Savyasachi is all set to hit the silver screen on November 2 This is the second time the successful combination of Chay and Chandoo Mondeti after the hit of Premam in 2016
Naga Chaitanya's upcoming film Savyasachi is all set to hit the silver screen on November 2. This is the second time the successful combination of Chay and Chandoo Mondeti after the hit of Premam in 2016.
Starring alongside with him would be Nidhhi Agerwal, R. Madhavan, and Bhumika Chawla.
Ahead of the release, the teaser, trailer and rest of the promotional material of the film received well by the fans all over the world.
The concept of Savyasachi is interesting to the Telugu screen. Here are the five reasons why you should not miss Savyasachi:
VANISHING TWIN SYNDROME:
This film remembers Nagarjuna's 'Hello Brother', which has the twin's character in the movie. But Savyasachi is based on the protagonist whose left hand is controlled by his twin brother who is angry and determined to kill Chay.
After the release of the film Om Shanti in 2010, Savyasachi is the only Telugu movie where Maddy will be seen in a full role, this time interestingly plays a negative character and also gives his own dubbing in Telugu for the first time.
Naga Chaitanya Role:
Naga Chaitanya's character in Savyasachi is inspired by Mahabharata's Arjuna, which can be seen in the recently released poster with Vennela Kishore, and is said to be a laugh riot.
Bhumika Chawla & Nidhhi Agerwal:
Mother's sentiment is one of the success formulae for many Telugu films at the box office. It Seems that Savyasachi has good mother and child emotions. While Bhumika Chawla is playing the mother's role in the film. Actress Nidhhi Agerwal will be seen in de-glam look for the film.
MM Keeravani's Music:
MM Keeravani, who is known as one of the best music composers of South India has composed seven songs for this film. Its learnt that RR, especially the second half track are superb.