Commitment Telugu Movie Review: Lakshmikant Chenna, a former actor, did a good job in Hyderabad Nawab, but his first movie as a director, Ninna Nedu Repu, was not as good (2008). On August 19, the director’s latest movie, “Commitment,” will be shown in theatres for the first time in a long time. Let’s get to the point of this review and figure out if this movie is really worth your time.
In the play Commitment, five women, each with her own plans for the future, tell their stories. A young actress, a sexologist, a teen, a student, and a young doctor all struggle with the same problem: those closest to them want a commitment (sex) to get what they need. The rest of the story is about their love and how they decide to stop bothering women because they are committed to each other.
Cast & Crew
Tanishq Rajan, Tejaswi Madivada, Anveshi Jain, Amit Tiwari, Srinath Maganti, Ramya Pasupuleti, Surya Srinivas, Simar Singh, and Raja Ravindra star in the film. Lakshmikanth Chenna, Baldev Singh, and Neelima Taduri were in charge of the making of the movie. Sajeesh Rajendran and Naresh Rana shot and edited the movie, and Naresh Kumaran wrote the music for it. Prawin Pudi is in charge of editing, to put it simply.
|Music Director||Naresh Kumaran|
|Producer||Baldev Singh, Neelima Taduri|
|Cast||Tejaswi Madivada, Anveshi Jain, Amit Tiwari, Srinath Maganti, Ramya Pasupuleti, Surya Srinivas, Simar Singh, Tanishq Rajan and Raja Ravindra|
The movie is only about the things that happened during the “Me too” movement. The sexiness of most of the scenes is meant to appeal to a wide range of people, but it falls short and misses the mark. Even though the main idea of the movie is interesting, the movie’s childish way of showing it takes away from its overall appeal. The movie would have been great if the script had been written with more care.
Tejaswi Madivada is a little bit better than Ramya Pasupuleti at playing a starving actor. All of the other leading ladies in the movie also do a good job, but they get more screen time in scenes with skin-shows and adult themes. Also, Raja Ravindra and Amit Tiwari, who played supporting roles, did a great job.
The technical quality of the movie is about average. The pieces that Naresh Kumaran writes are very good. The cinematography by Sajeesh Rajendran and Naresh Rana falls short of what was hoped for. It looks like bad choices were made throughout the making of the movie.
Even though the story was interesting, critics didn’t like Lakshmikanth Chenna’s movie.
In the end, people who like movies with sexual content will enjoy Commitment.