||Sumanth Ashwin, Mishti Chakraborthy, Seerat Kapoor
||Ashwani Kumar Sahadev
Columbus - Story
Ashwin(Sumanth Ashwin) is a college going youth who falls in love with Indu(Mishti). As time passes by, Ashwin leaves all his career goals behind and lives life with only Indu's point of view. This nature of his irritates Indu big time and she ignores him completely and heads off to Delhi.A disappointed Ashwin follows her to Delhi. Incidentally, he gets mixed up in a murder mystery and is arrested. By the time he gets out, Indu has left him for good. This is also the time when he comes across Neeraja(Seerat Kapoor) who promises him to help find Indu.Twist in the tale arises when both Neeraja and Ashwin start getting close to eac
Columbus - Star Performance
Sumanth Ashwin has improved by leaps and bounds. He is decent with his dialogue delivery and has done a good job in the comedy department. Seerat Kapoor is quite impressive and has done her best. Misthi has done her part well but has nothing much to do.
Columbus - Technical Team
Camera work is pretty decent and showcases the film in a rich light. Production values are good and so were the dialogues. Music by Jatin is good and so was his background score. Coming to the director Ramesh Samala, he has done a average job with his narration. Even though he has chosen a novel script, his execution is below par.
Columbus - Analysis
On the whole, Columbus is yet another triangular love story which has its moments. Seerat Kapoor's romantic track with Sumanth Ashwin and a passable second half are some assets. On the flip side, a routine first half and weak characterizations spoil the flow of the film. If you have an eye for youthful love stories and have nothing else to do this weekend, explore this film called Columbus. Rest can take it easy.