|Cast:||Sushanth, Ruhani Sharma, Vennela Kishore|
|Directed by:||Rahul Ravindran|
|Produced by:||Nagarjuna Akkineni|
|Music by:||Prasanth R. Vihari|
|Release Date:||August 03, 2018|
Chi La Sow - Story
Arjun(Sushanth) escapes getting married every time when his parents bring the discussion. He has some plans for his future and keeps on postponing his wedding. On the other side, Anjali (Ruhani Sharma) meets Arjun but encounters rejection from Arjun. This decision of Arjun brings a lot of changes in his life that day. What are the changes? What happens then? Forms the story of the movie.
Chi La Sow - Star Performance
Sushanth has improved a lot as an actor. His body language, facial expressions and performance are up to the mark. Ruhani Sharma who is making debut in Telugu is very cute and she acts well. She is superb in this role. Two actors – Vennela Kishore and Rahul Ramakrishna, do stand out in comedy department. Anu Hassan, Rohini, Sanjay Swaroop and Jaya Prakash make their presence felt. The rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Chi La Sow - Technical Team
The production values are pretty good. As the movie happens mostly in the night, the scenes have been lit up well. The cameraman did a good job but he could have avoided a lot of closeups. Music is just about okay but the background score was impressive. Dialogues were impressive and so was the entire production design and editing. The heroine’s role gets an added life because of Chinmayi’s beautiful dubbing. Coming to the director Rahul, he makes an impressive debut with Chilasow. His writing is fresh and gives this unusual love story a twist with his interesting narration. Though he starts things slow, Rahul balances everything in the second half. The mix of comedy, romance and family emotions work exceptionally well. Being an actor himself, Rahul was quite sensible with his narration and did not allow the audience attention to deviate which is a tough thing these days.
Chi La Sow - Analysis
Generally, romantic films are full of dance and fancy romance. But debut director Rahul Ravindran makes things interesting by creating a love story in an unusual situation and shows that how love can blossom with just a few precious moments. Sushanth will get the break he is looking for and Rahul Ravindran is a director to watch out for. The pace of the film is a bit slow and the regular movie watchers will find things little tough as there are no commercial elements involved. Apart from this, Chilasow is a well made romantic drama which keeps you hooked. Go for it.
Chi La Sow - Trailer