This Abhinav Gomatam starrer will entertain you in bits and pieces

Abhinav Gomatam and Vaishali share the spotlight in the latest release, "Masthu Shades Unnai Raa," directed by Thirupathi Rao, which hit theaters today, garnering positive feedback from viewers. Here's a breakdown of the film.


"Masthu Shades Unnai Raa" follows the journey of Manohar (played by Abhinav Gomatam), a modest painter whose life takes a dramatic turn when his marriage proposal gets canceled due to his financial instability. Determined to alter his fate, Manohar delves into the world of Flex designing after mastering Photoshop. Along the way, he encounters Umadevi (portrayed by Vaishali Raj) and faces off against Rahul (played by Ali Reza), all while striving to overcome various challenges on his path to success.


The film, "Masthu Shades Unnai Raa," encapsulates the spirit of indie filmmaking with its engaging storyline and talented cast, although it falls short in terms of production values. Despite some flaws, its storytelling remains its strongest asset.

Initially, the movie struggles with pacing issues and lackluster cinematography, coupled with unnecessary filler shots. However, the narrative gains momentum, particularly after a captivating interval twist, setting the stage for a more captivating second half.

In the latter part of the film, "Masthu Shades Unnai Raa" undergoes a transformation, with the director adeptly steering through crucial sequences, resulting in a more seamless storyline. Technical aspects notably improve, enhancing the overall viewing experience, although there is a slight dip in engagement towards the climax.

Performance-wise, Abhinav Gomatham shines with his unique dialogue delivery, effectively immersing the audience in his character's journey. Vaishali Raj delivers a commendable performance as the female lead, while Ali Reza leaves a lasting impact. Despite its technical shortcomings, the film manages to leverage its limited resources to deliver a compelling narrative, showcasing promise under the direction of Tirupati Rao.


The screenplay was penned by Radha Mohan Gunti and Thirupathi Rao Indla, with Anwar Sadiq credited for the story. Siddhartha Swayambhoo's cinematography captures the visuals, complemented by Ravi Teja Girijala's editing. Vasanth Saravanan oversees the meticulous production design. Funded by Bhavani Kasula, Aarem Reddy, and Prashanth V under Kasula Creative Works, the film boasts a captivating musical score by Sanjeev T and Samuel Aby.


This film is worth a watch this weekend for some humour and love.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle )
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