365 Days Telugu Movie review Rating – RGV
This Friday is going to be a feast for moviegoers as there are two movies scheduled to be released. One is Sudheer Babu starrer ‘Mosagallaku Mosagadu’ and the other one is much awaited RGV’s ‘365 Days’. RGV’s films haven’t been faring so well at box office from a long period but every time his film releases, he pulls the crowd to theatres with his brand.
The tagline of the movie is Ram Gopal Varma’s marriage story. Coming to cast and crew of 365 Days, Nandu and Anaika Soti played the lead roles in the film. Krishudu, Surekha Vani, Posani Krishna Murali essayed the other important roles. Music is composed by Nag Sri Vatsa and the lyrics are penned by Sira Sri. The movie is produced by D.Venkatesh. As we all know, It is written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma.
The director tried to grab the audience attention by printing an invitation in wedding card style for the audio release function. But the songs could not attract the listeners much. The videos of the songs are very attractive because of on screen chemistry of lead pair.
365 Days Movie Censor Report
Generally, the director’s movies are all about enmity, revenge, bloodshed. So, his movies are certified ‘A’ certificate but this movie is certified as ‘U’ certificate. Varma is very proud as this is the first film in his entire career to be certified ‘U’. The story deals about the relationship between a couple before and after marriage, as the voiceover of Ramu can be heard in the trailer. The trailer raises the expectations of the audience about ‘365 days’.
365 Days Movie Trailer Talk
365 Days Movie Story Line
As the tagline says, this is a marriage story told by Ram Gopal Varma in his own style. It’s all about how a guy and a girl live while they are in love and after marriage. The scenario before marriage is like “I can’t live without you. I love to hear your voice forever. I feel like being in heaven when I am with you. I wish to be in your arms forever. I will die for you. I can’t imagine my life without you. You are my world. I have been waiting for your birthday.” But it changes after Marriage, “I can’t live with you. Will you stop talking? Leave me alone for a moment. I am not in mood now. Why do you torture me for everything? Life was beautiful before marriage. I have lot more other than you. Oh! Is it your birthday today?” The director tries to explain why it happens so and how the happenings lead to divorce.
- Real Life Story Line
- Natural Performance By hero and Heroine
- RGV direction
- Sentiment Scenes
- Dragged Scenes
- Unnecessary Scenes in 2nd half
- Lack of comedy
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