Colour Photo Movie Review: A film with fresh topic and genuine entertainment

Colour Photo Movie Review, the film is based on a historical love story breaking social norms based on cast and looks. The film is directed by Sandeep Raj and written by Sai Rajesh.

By Bandana Singh, Updated : Oct 24, 2020 12:43 IST
Colour Photo Movie Review: A film with fresh topic and genuine entertainment
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Cast: Suhas, Chandini Chowdary, Sunil, Harsha Chemudu is also known as Viva Harsha

Director: Sandeep Raj 

Writer: Sai Rajesh

Where to Watch: Aha, an online platform for Telugu Movies. 

Ratings: 3

Colour Photo Movie Review

Colour Photo built up decent expectations from the teaser. The film released at 6 PM on Aha, a Telugu platform for videos and movies. Suhas is a comedian and he is the main lead actor in this film alongside Telugu beauty Chandini Chowdary whereas comedian Sunil is seen in a negative role. In this movie, the lead actor Suhas has played the role of a boy who is not good looking by looks whereas Chandini, she is beautiful and good looking. 

Colour Photo is a romance based action movie, the makers of the movie bring out the essence of a historical love story based on looks and caste. It is set out in a rural village named Machilipatnam in the year 1997. Suhas plays the character of Jaya Krishna and Chandini Chowdary is playing the character of Deepthi. Both go to same college and later fall in love with each other. Jaya struggles in expressing his love for Deepthi, but luckily one day he expresses what he feels for her. 

Watch the Trailer of the film below

Deepthi shares mutual feelings and the young couple falls deeply in love with each other despite their caste and colour. One day, Deepthi's brother gets to know about their relationship and asks her to break up with her. All the actors did a fair job in this movie, Suhas maintained the balance of comedy and action. Sunil carried the negative role with ease whereas Viva Harsha created a fun environment with comical antics in the first half of the movie.  

This film reviews the culture of our society and how we deal with it in our everyday life. It brings the element of history when people used to get married on the basis of caste and religion. The movie is based on reality, where dominant society degrade the people who are not really good looking and they do not really get their own identity in society. It is very important to make more movies like this to normalize skin color, cast, looks, and religion. 

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The first look poster of the Colour Photo was released by Nani on his social media handle, "Very happy to announce this charming film #ColourPhoto. With this extremely talented gang working on it am so looking forward to this one. I know the boys will rock already". 

The off-screen talents, sound, and other crew members did an amazing job, cinematography and visual were top notch along with background music. The first half 40 minutes of the movie was good but it could be much better. The film represents a very fresh topic and genuine entertainment created by the makers of the movie. However, if you love drama fill with love and action then this movie is made for you. Watch this movie and share your views in the comments below. 

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