Avinash (Akhil Akkineni) in his childhood meets a girl (Kalyani Priyadarshan as Junnu) and believes that she is his soulmate, and patiently waits to come across her even after growing into an adult. Will they meet again?
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A charming playboy who has never had a serious relationship finds himself in a spot of bother when he finally meets the right girl. Will they end up together? Or will his fear of commitment affect their relationship?
Hello! is a Telugu romantic thriller written and directed by Vikram Kumar and feature Akhil Akkineni and Kalyani Priyadarshan in lead roles. Avinash, in his childhood meets a girl and believes that she is his soul mate and patiently waits for her.Written by
Hello is about Two childhood friends who accidentally get separated. The rest of the film follows how destiny played a key role in their lives. Except for a few loose ends, it's a masterpiece.
The production values are top-notch. The cinematography and music breathe life into it. The editing, stunts, choreography etc are decent. The performances are good. The acting of kids deserve a special mention. The story is very simple and has an inherent subtlety that connects to the audience.
The screenplay at times is flawed and illogical. And to maintain the fast pace, it was made racy that there is a little time for character development. The lead characters get more screen time compared to all other characters. What bothers most audience is the key events of the story are based on rather silly incidents. These could have been easily improved.
Overall, it's a feel good love story penned over silly logic.
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