Atithi Devobhava Movie Reviews And Ratings


Title: Atithi Devobhava

Cast: Aadi Saikumar, Nuveksha and others

Director: Polimera Nageshwar

Run-Time: 133 minutes

Sometimes stories go haywire when producers neglect to separate between a disease and a phobia. The tale of ‘Atithi Devobhava’ is about Abhay Ram (played by Aadi Saikumar) who loses his dad at a youthful age and gets sustained with outrageous consideration and love from his mom. Incidentally, he gets terrified of being distant from everyone else and this monophobia progressively impacts his life further.

As he sets out on a prospering career as a CEO of a corporate firm, Abhay gets amazed by a young lady named Vaishnavi, played by Nuveksha. What’s more their relationship leads to marriage. How Abhay conquers his psychological illness to marry his partner is the story.

Entertainer Aadi Saikumar has done well in the underlying phases of his career. Anyway great his presentation may engage crowds, his profession has been continually put to test with a progression of duds in the cinematic world. What’s more with ‘Atithi Devobhava’, he actually attempts to track down the foot in the business.

Nuveksha has done her part, however, the characterization might have been something other than a restricted crude standpoint. Bringing in actor-comedian Saptagiri into the story ends in the comedy track appearing forced upon the viewers.

The movie tests your understanding with its guaranteeing and ineffectual screenplay, however, Nageswar’s executive flaunts a few decent music and heartfelt songs. Music delivered by Shekar Chandra ought to be commended.

Different characters like Ravi Prakash, Gundu Sudarshan, Raghu Karamanchi, and Adarsh Balakrishna have done well inside the restricted space.

Atithi Devobhava Rating: 1.5/5