'Ye Mantram Vesave' review: Vijay Devarakonda's thriller doesn't take off


Performance: Vijay Deverakonda who is known for his fantastic performance and already have proved his skills in Pelli Choopulu and Arjun Reddy, has done good job in this movie. A much-delayed release of a movie that was made even before Pellichoopulu, here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Ye Mantram Vesave review. Raagamaalika aka Rags (Shivani Singh) is a video game designer, who aspires to design a very different game without any violence or something like that. Vijay's look is kept pretty simple in the film with sober hairstyle and beard that si quite unlike his Reddy look of a lunatic. But her employers discourage her in the name of commercial feasibility. Nikhil accepts it and goes on his first level of game to find Rags in the city by evening.

The broader plot revolves around a creepy online predator, "Sweet Guy", who traps girls online, meets them, kidnaps them and auctions them to bidders around the world.

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Nikhil, a gaming addict and an online flirt, dedicates his complete schedule in gaming and scouting of girls in online chatrooms. We all know Vijay is an exceptional talent, but the movie is below par to such an extent that one fails to recognize the kind of talent Vijay possesses. However, the hunt doesn't seem to be all fun and games thanks to a human trafficking ring that seems to involve someone close to Rags. Though his character don't have that much to showcase his acting skills but he tried to impress the audiences with his performance skills but failed to give flawless emotions. If not, is the lead character justified in her schadenfreude? Abdus Samad's songs and background score, Shiva Reddy's cinematography, stunts, dialogues and selection of lovely locales are the attractions on the technical front, say the film goers. But the bad screenplay made it a tedious watch.

The clues that the heroine gives to the hero and the game played totally kills the impact that the film is supposed to have on the audience. Cinematography by Shiva Reddy is fine.

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Technical: Ye Mantram Vesave has average production values.

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