Gurtunda Seetakalam Movie Review: Satyadev is one of the most talented actors in Telugu cinema. Satyadev was underutilised by Telugu directors, who regularly cast him in serious roles. His romance comedy “Gurtunda Seetakalam” is currently on the big screen. Let’s take a closer look at this film to see if Satyadev can entertain audiences with a love story and if it’s worth seeing in a cinema.
Gurthunda Seetakalam’s protagonist is a man who meets Divya by chance while travelling and begins telling her about his previous romantic relationships. These stories include those of his first love from childhood, Komali from school, Ammu from college, and Nidhi from after college. The plot revolves around which of these four characters grows into the protagonist, who has various love stories in different age groups.
Cast & Crew
The cast of the Gurthunda Seetakalam film includes Satyadev, Tamannaah Bhatia, Megha Akash, Kavya Shetty, Suhasini Maniratnam, Priyadarshi, and Harshini. The film is directed by Nagashekar R. and produced by Bhavana Ravi, Nagashekar, and Rama Rao Chinthapalli. The music was composed by Kaala Bhairava, and the photography was handled by Satya Hegde.
|Movie Name||Gurtunda Seetakalam|
|Music Director||Kaala Bhairava|
|Producer||Bhavana Ravi, Nagashekar, Rama Rao Chinthapalli|
|Cast||Satyadev, Tamannaah Bhatia, Megha Akash, Kavya Shetty, Suhasini Maniratnam, Priyadarshi, Harshini|
“Love Mocktail,” a Kannada mega-hit film, may be familiar to moviegoers. Gurthunda Seetakalam is an official remake of this highly successful Kannada film. Some of the situations in the film will definitely evoke memories of our college relationships and early love affairs, but the general pace may make it appear a little boring. Our youth and college love stories have some humorous scenes that make us smile, but the second half loses the humour and becomes more sombre. Many devoted lovers are moved by the film’s dramatic conclusion.
When it comes to acting, we all recognise Satyadev’s talent. In this film, he strives to impress the audience with his dialogue delivery and comedic timing while appearing effortless. Tamannaah Bhatia is carefully selecting her characters these days. She gave her all to the role, which she played to the best of her ability in the film. Megha Akash has a stunning TV appearance but little acting experience. Kavya Shetty is less impressive than Ammu. Priyadarshi managed to elicit a few laughs. Every other actor effectively performed their scripted roles.
Gurthunda Seetakalam appears to be technically sound. The songs from Kaala Bhairava’s soundtrack are soulful, even if they can’t be played again after you’ve seen the film. Satya Hegde’s cinematography is adequate, and he captures some stunning landscapes from distant locations. Lakshmi Bhupala’s dialogue is excellently written and adds character to the scenes. Editing could have been improved.
Director Nagashekar stayed true to the original and avoided making too many changes to the plot in order to preserve the integrity of this heartwarming love story.
Gurthunda Seetakalam is a charming film that will undoubtedly evoke memories of past romantic relationships.
Few dragged scenes