Love Today Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Love Today Telugu Movie Review: The Tamil film “Love Today” defied low expectations upon its initial release and went on to earn over 50 crores worldwide. Top producer Dil Raju has acquired the rights from Tamil filmmakers and plans to release the film in Telugu. Today marks the Telugu debut of this massively successful Tamil film. Let’s dive into a full analysis of the film to find out if it succeeds in entertaining Telugu speakers.

Love Today Telugu Movie Review

Story

Uthaman Pradeep has decided to marry Nikitha because of his undying love for her. In a seemingly out-of-the-blue phone call, Nikitha informs Pradeep that she wants to propose to her father. After a baffling visit to Nikitha’s house, Pradeep learns that her father requires the couple to give up their cell phones for a day before he will approve of their marriage. Pradeep and Nikitha agree to the terms, but their relationship quickly begins to deteriorate as they learn previously unknown details about one another via phone swap.

Cast & Crew

Actors Pradeep Ranganathan, Sathyaraj, Yogi Babu, Ivana, Radhika Sarathkumar, Raveena, Finally Bharath, Adithya Kathir, Aajeedh Khalique, Vijay Varadaraj, and Akshaya Udayakumar can all be seen in Love Today. Produced by Kalpathi S.Aghoram, Kalpathi S.Ganesh, and Kalpathi S. Suresh, with direction by Pradeep Ranganathan, this film was shot in India. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the film’s score, and Dinesh Purushothaman was in charge of the cinematography.

Movie Name Love Today
Director Pradeep Ranganathan
Music Director Yuvan Shankar Raja
Producer Kalpathi S.Aghoram Kalpathi S.Ganesh Kalpathi S.Suresh
Genre Romance, Comedy, Drama
Cast Pradeep Ranganathan, Sathyaraj, Yogi Babu, Ivana, Radhika Sarathkumar, Raveena, Finally Bharath, Adithya Kathir, Aajeedh Khalique, Vijay Varadaraj, Akshaya Udayakumar
Cinematography Dinesh Purushothaman

Movie Verdict

For this reason, all the young people of today will be able to relate to the events depicted in Love Today. Audiences may relate to the characters and the scenarios on screen since the humour is based on the same idea that people in relationships will hide many things from their spouses. Despite the lack of typical comedic moments, the film’s final few emotional sequences were effective.

There are some thought-provoking moments in this film, as well as ones that feel excessive. This film, however, never gets tedious during its entirety.

Pradeep Rnganathan’s acting was fine, however, he seems to be mimicking other actors (like Dhanush and Prabhu Deva) throughout the film. Ivana was stunning to see on screen, and her acting was effortless. Sathyaraj seems exaggerated in a few instances but pulls it off successfully in others. Even though they didn’t have as much of a spotlight to shine in, Yogi Babu and Raveena Ravi still managed to delight with their acting. In a few number of episodes, Radhika Sarathkumar also provided laughs as the hero’s mother. The rest of the cast did a good job as well.

In terms of production values, the film Love Today is satisfactory. Though the film’s Yuvan Shankar Raja-composed songs fall short of the mark, they seem to be a good fit. There should be some music playing in the background. Dinesh Purushothaman does fine work behind the camera, and the movie’s narrow scope helps the cinematography. Pradeep E. Ragav does a great job of cutting out any unnecessary scenes. The production values are suitable for this tale.

Pradeep Ranganathan, the film’s director, succeeds in making a film that will appeal to a wide range of today’s young people. A few of the film’s comedic moments appear like they were lifted straight from Instagram. Incorporating sentiment and humor into a universally relevant topic, Pradeep has succeeded where others have failed.

In sum, Love Today is a romantic drama that is a lot of fun to watch in the theatre with a group of friends.

Plus Points:

  • Comedy
  • Relatable scenes

Minus Points:

  • Telugu Dubbing (for a few characters)

Rating: 3/5

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