Banner: Mythri Movie Makers
Cast: Naga Chaitanya Akkineni,Nidhhi Aggerwal,Madhavan,Bhumika
Music: M.M keeravani
Cinematography: J. Yuvaraj
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Producer: Naveen Yerineni,C.V.Mohan,Y.Ravi Shankar
Director: Chandoo Mondeti
Release Date: November 2, 2018
Punchline : Routine Revenge Syndrome!
Naga Chaitanya (Vikram Aditya), will be having Twin Vanishing Syndrome, where two fetus would have combined into one in the womb due to malnutrition. So, though he has one body it is like two souls. His left hand doesn’t listen to him and reacts to all emotions. Madhavan(Arun Raj) is a prodigy who was always insulted by people for his mischievous works and was never recognized for his achievements. Bhumika (Naga Chaitanya’s Sister) and her husband Bharat will be injured in an accident and her kid will also be reported killed in Post mortem report. But, it strikes to Naga Chaitanya that he spoke to her(Mahalaxmi) just 24 hours before and the time mentioned on the post mortem report is even before that. So, from there the search for Mahalaxmi starts and the story starts to reveal. Who attached Bhumika and Bharat? Why did they attack? Why do Madhavan and Naga Chaitanya confront each other? is rest of the story.
Mythri Movie Makers, who have been on a roll with Industry hits are back with an another interesting concept “Twin Vanishing Syndrome”, however Chandoo Mondeti failed to execute the concept well and the movie takes off well but falls flat as it progresses. Savyasachi would be a roadblock to Mythri’s success streak. Naga Chaitanya definitely did better job in this movie compared to his previous action movies. Comedy was just okay. Director failed to make use of the novel concept in full. Also, one will wonder why would you need an actor like Madhavan for his role. The characterization of Madhavan wasn’t too strong. Overall, Savyasachi is a movie which is suffering with Routine Revenge Syndrome!