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Galipatam Movie Review
  Movie Review : Galipatam
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : Los Angeles Talkies, Sampath Nandi Teamworks
Cast : Aadi, Erica, Rahul Ravindran, Kristina Akheeva, Posani, Ranjith, Bhargavi, Pragathi, Saptagiri, Siva Narayana, Hema, Vennela Ramarao and Others
Music : Bheems Ceciroleo
Cinematographer : K Bujji
Producer: Sampath Nandi, Kiran Muppavarapu, Vijayakumar Vattikuti
Director: Naveen Gandhi
Released Date: August 08, 2014
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Story :
Karthi (aadi) and Swathi (erica) are married for one year but they have constant fights. This reminds them of their past flames. Karthi loves Parineethi (kristina) while Swathi realizes the love Aarav (rahul) had for her. One day, both Karthi and Swathi decide to separate and they call up their respective lovers. Parineethi and Aarav arrive and what happens from there forms the rest.
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The director has come up with a bold storyline and while the presentation was moderate, the narrative was alright. The dialogues were witty and carried good satires. The script was different and the screenplay was smooth. The background score was melodious but only one song was listening. Cinematography was not upto the mark. Editing was adequate. Costumes were well designed while the art department was appealing. Aadi carried out his role with good temperament and he was fine. Erica is very pretty and expressive, she needs to put on some weight though. Kristina Akheeva was confident and did her bit as required. Rahul Ravindran was brief but he has natural ease and appeal which is attractive. Ranjith was apt, Bhargavi was neat, Pragathi was standard, Posani was brief. Saptagiri was funny. Others did their bit as required.
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Conclusion :
The film has been coming with the hype that it is a bold and realistic film and it must be said that the director was true to it. The first half revolves around elements of romance, some marital issues and the eventual feelings. The interval bang was somewhat unexpected. The second half has its share of twists and turns and the ending might evoke mixed reactions. The film seems to have been made keeping the 16-22 age group audience in mind and those with radical broadminded thoughts might connect to this subject. As for the matured audience, they will not be happy with this. Overall, the film has been made with a revolutionary conviction so its success depends on the young generation.

Bharatstudent Verdict: Revolutionary kite!
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