What it’s all about?
Vaade Kaavali is a love film and it deals with a young boy who is desperate to win over the love of a girl he likes and the resistance by the girl for his proposal.
The plot is quite interesting if not entirely new. The hero Anand (Sairam Shankar) is a carefree young man who enjoys life without a worry as he is the son of a rich father Naresh. Anand is pampered by his dad as he has lost his mother during his childhood.
Anand is hit among the girls and he is the envy of his friends. A beautiful girl Madhavi Latha (Suhani) keeps rejecting marriage proposals as she is determined to trace her childhood friend. Her friend Abhiram had even resented her with a ring and Madhavi is sure that they are made for each other and will meet one day.
Anand falls in love with Madhavi the moment he sees her. He learns about her search for her childhood friend and in a bid to win her over, he tells her a lie. Anand tells Madhavi that he is her childhood friend Abhiram who gave her a ring at a temple. Madhavi believes Anand and is happy to have found her dream man.
Just when things appear to be going smoothly, a guilt ridden Anand reveal that truth to Madhavi and this puts an end to their love. Anand then decides to unite Madhavi with Abhiram and atone for his lie.
How he goes about his job of uniting the childhood friends. Will Madhavi forget Anand and marry Abhiram or will she have a change of heat? The film runs on this suspense element till it reaches a logical climax.
Sairam Shankar is now more than half a dozen films old. He still fumbles when it comes to expressions and dialogue delivery. He needs to hone up his skills fast in order to make it big.
Suhani is a newcomer and she looks good and comes up with a decent performance. Naresh plays the rich father of Sairam and he is okay. Venu Madhav and Raghu Babu succeed only partly in tickling the funny bone. Prema, Kota Shankar Rao and others are okay.
The bottom line:
Vaade Kaavali is a decent film. The story, screenplay, music and cinematography are all reasonably good. The film is a sensible and believable love story and can be watched once.