Cast: Vijay Deverakonda, Aishwarya Rajesh, Raashi Khanna, Catherine, and Izabelle
Director: Kranthi Madhav
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - Anthology style films are not basic in any film industry in the light of the success rate is low when contrasted with full-length straightforward movies. Vijay Deverakonda is back with another romantic tale. The film titled World Famous Lover has hit the silver screens today. The film has made enough buzz because of Its fascinating promotions, and Vijay Deverakonda's rage among the young. World Famous Lover is touted to be a new-age romantic tale that has Four distinct universes in it.
Story - Gautam(Vijay Devarakonda) is a battling author who lives in his own reality. He overlooks his lover Yamini(Raashi Khanna) totally. After a point, Yamini gets extremely steamed and says a last farewell to him. Understanding his slip-up, Gautam returns to his faculties and wins Yamini and her love back. To fix up things, he composes a few romantic tales encompassing the penances seeing someone. Regardless of whether he returns to her structures the rest of the plots.
Analysis - Three romantic tales are exhibited in the film — one is the center string of Gautam, a writer and Yamini's romantic tale of separation story. The other two stories are scenes from the book Gautam writes in his novel. World Famous Lover has an exceptionally mind-boggling screenplay which is very hard to fathom. The story continues exchanging between stories composed by Gautham and his reality and the association between the tales to the genuine segments don't seem to bode well until the peak. It is anything but a crime to stay quiet about things for that long yet till then you don't have a lot of happenings to hold your consideration.
Vijay Deverakonda has depicted this job in the most ideal way. In spite of the fact that he appears to be tedious, his different getup and styles are acceptable. He is a charm in the symbol of a coal excavator. Aishwarya Rajesh captures everyone's attention as a spouse. She merits all the praises. Raashi Khanna, Catherine, and Izabelle are adept at their jobs.
Kranthi Madhav, his story thought is contemporary and he has associated them well. But his completion, feelings in the Paris romantic tale brings the film down. His portrayal didn't give proper legitimization to the characters as actors like Raashi are not supported by any stretch of the imagination. Additionally, there was an acceptable extension for sentiment and great music, yet he didn't use it either making it a repetitive watch. Gopi Sundar's music is a colossal disillusionment. Jayakrishna Gummadi's cinematography work is well-suited for various stories that come now.
Overall - World Famous Lover is certainly not an incredible one for this current Valentine's Day. The film is too mind-boggling to even think about entertaining the watchers. But Vijay Devarakonda's incredible nearness, Seenayya, and Suvarna scene and Aishwarya Rajesh's Performance add some light break to the image.