|Cast:||Nithin, Yami Gautam
|Directed by:||Prem Sai
|Produced by:||Gautham Menon, Venkat Somasundaram, Reshma Ghatala
Kalyan(Nithin) is a happy go lucky youth who falls in love with Kavya(Yami Gautham). In order to woo her, Kalyan takes up a courier boy's job and starts visiting Kavaya's office with several parcels daily.Twist in the tale arises when Kalyan is asked to deliver a parcel which is related to a huge conspiracy involving a renowned group of doctors. Things take an ugly turn when the dreaded gang starts following Kalyan for the parcel.What is in that parcel ? What will Kalyan do now ? and How will he escape this deadly situation ? That forms the rest of the story.
“Courier Boy Kalyan” is a sort of inspired from Hollywood film “Premium Rush”. Which is about a courier boy who picks up a package of little evident value, but its significance is worth a lot of money on the black market. Thanks to writer-director Prem Sai, who tries to add unnecessarily long romantic angle and drag things further by adding too many romantic numbers.
The script is a mixed bag, in that just as you start loosening up the mood of the film and get used to the shady tone, it stuffs itself with really long sappy romantic sequences and songs that will dispel the fizz in no time. To say that writing of the film is bad would be an understatement. And the making does no justice to the writing, and together it is mismatch of a movie that is royal annoyance.
This is a kind of a film that will drive you into a passive mode, and before it's too long, you have resigned yourself to your fate. You grow non anticipant, grumble a bit to yourself and then fall unsound, appalled at the way things are narrated forward. Dialogues by Prem Sai (With the expertise of Kona Venkat & Harshavardhan) are not upto the mark. For example, Mana deggara Tigers and ammayile ra thakkuva, nuttiki padhi mandi re unnaru.. this clears your idea about the range of dialogues mumbled in the film. Romance between Nithiin and Yami Gautham is just okay, but they are over dosed.