Film: Pitta Kathalu
Starring: Lakshmi Manchu, Saanve Meghna, Abhay Bethiganti
Director: Nag Ashwin, Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - After the fruitful release of Paava Kathaigal Netflix again makes another collection of shorts from South India. Netflix's first Telugu creation "Pitta Kathalu" is streaming at this point. The arrangement highlights four short stories named Raamula, Meera, xLife and Pinky.
First short Ramula carries two ladies to the middle, one needing her force in legislative issues (Lakshmi Manchu) and the other needing to wed the affection for her life (Saanve Meghna). Yet, in no way, shape or form are these ladies asking for it, yes they do confront misfortunes, and the male centric society attempts to push them down. However, Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam ensures they have particular voices of their own. Manchu sparkles splendid as a woman who is prepared to contemptibly help another lady just to fulfill her retribution, yet winds up annihilating the young ladies and her sweetheart's life.
Meera is the second short featuring Amala Paul in the nominal job, is about a woman who has confronted maltreatment in her marriage and the very pinnacle of degree. 18 years more youthful than her better half, she is now a mother to 2 children, and the third is on its way. Reddy, in her portrayal, poses some solid inquiries about a lady and her decisions to discover friendship outside marriage, how the spouse who considers claiming her responds to it and what the woman does as an outcome makes the story. Amala Paul plays the faultless excellence easily, she is the focal point of fascination in any room, and the entertainer dazzles there. Jagapathi Babu figures out how to play the brutal spouse on the correct note.
The third short xLife happens in the future and it is the different story in the series. Directed by Nag Ashwin of 'Mahanati' popularity x-life discusses large thoughts like tech organizations controlling us, the distinction between the phony world and this present reality. It is a goal-oriented thought, yet it leaves us with blended sentiments. A tech organization proprietor Vik (Sanjith Hegde) slaughters love on the planet and accepts individuals are only information focuses. He controls individuals. He doesn't have faith in adoration yet abnormally he begins to look all starry eyed at Divya (Shruti Haasan) who works in the kitchen.
The last one of the anthology Pinky is about a lady who is carrying on a constrained marriage is as yet involved with her ex-darling, who is additionally hitched and is father to a youngster. How Pinky fights the inclination and what goes on with the men in this universe is the film. In the event that the producer is pitching Pinky to be the middle, my compassion as the watcher is totally with Srinivas and Ashima's character. Pinky out is the most fragile short in Pitta Kathalu. Sankalp Reddy's vision isn't actually clear here.
Final Word - Pitta Kathalu is a fair endeavor by some great filmmakers. Sadly every one of them are not great. A few stories function admirably, and some don't. In any case, the underlying contemplations are acceptable. By and large you can have a binge try at this end of the week.
An Average Watch!