Snehituda...

Snehituda... is a Telugu romantic drama film directed by Satyam Bellamkonda. It stars Nani and Maadhavi Latha. Prasad produced this film on Satya Entertainment's Banner. Sivaram Shankar provided the music. The movie was released on 7 August 2009.

Snehituda...
Directed bySatyam Bellamkonda
Written bySatyam Bellamkonda
Basha Sree
Produced byPrasad
StarringNani
Maadhavi Latha
Brahmanandam
Nassar
CinematographyVasu
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Music bySivaram Shankar
Distributed bySatya Entertainments
Release date
7 August 2009
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

PlotEdit

Sai (Nani) is an orphan who lies in court for a few bucks. Being homeless he stays on homes at nights like a thief. One night he went to stay on a villa where he is caught by Savitri (Maadhavi Latha). He begs her to let him stay for that night. She makes fun of him. In a sudden turn she runs away from home. Later that night she is caught by him in a park. She tells him that she is lost. He thinks that she lost her memory and he makes her join him as a partner in his lies in court. Eventually his kind and gentle nature makes her fall for him.

In a dramatic circumstance she tells him about herself. She is a daughter of well respected landlord (Nassar) in her village. She is very interested to tour with her friends, but her father rejected her wish. Savitri runs away from home. She is kidnapped by a gang who decide to rape her. Sai tries to stay nearby. Meanwhile, her angered father decides that her daughter is dead. After hearing her story Sai decides to reunite Savitri with her family.

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ReceptionEdit

Deepa Garimella felt that the film drew a fine line between thriller and family drama. She praised the first half of the film as "a pretty entertaining watch", but panned the second half for its "outdated climax" and "cheesy dialogue". Overall, she gave the film a rating of 4.5/10, not recommending it for kids.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Garimella, Deepa. "Snehituda Review". fullhyd.com. LRR Technologies (Hyderabad). Retrieved 22 March 2013.

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