Cast: Nani, Malavika Nair, Vijay Deverakonda, Ritu Varma, Krishnam Raju, Nasser etc
Director Rating (25 points): 7.5
Music Rating (25 points): 12.5
Artists Performance Rating (25 points): 12.5
Production & Other Technical Rating (25 points): 7.5
Total ( Out of Hundred ): 40 / 100 = 2.0 / 5
Subramanyam (Nani) and Rishi (Vijay Deverakonda) are good friends since childhood, however one’s mindset is dissimilar to the other. While Subramanyam has big goals in life, Rishi wants to lead life in his own terms.
Nani helps his boss Nasser to buy some shares in Ramayya Seeds Factory owned by Ramayya (Krishnam Raju). Impressed by his enthusiasm, Nasser announces Nani as the next boss for his realm and also wins Nasser daughter Priya’s (Ritu Varma) heart.
In fact, the shares Subramanyam bought are not enough to take over Ramayya’s company. So, only way for him is to acquire adequate shares from Anandi, a share holder in the company.
Subramanyam and Rishi meet Anandi accidentally. And they become good friends in no time. Twist in the tale arrives when Rishi dies in a road accident. Then, Anandi pledges to offer her shares to the selfish Subramanyam, if and only if he fulfills Rishi’s last wish of visiting Doodh Kashi located in Himalayas. Rest is what difficulties they face to reach the destination.
1. Immature Narration
Nani is a good actor, but he is failing to pick right subjects. He has many hopes on Yevade Subramanyam since he feels the film has precise content. Let’s see whether Nani’s wait for a success ends with this film or not.
Nani and Vijay are good friends, though their ,mindset is different from the other. Nani has plannings to achieve his goals, wherein Vijay likes to enjoy every bit in life. While Nani’s aim is to list his company in Sensex, Vijay desires to visit the devotional place of Doodh Kashi in Himalayas.
Meanwhile, they get close to a girl Malavika, who is one of major share holders in Ramayya Company, Nani and his boss Nasser willing to take over.
Unfortunately, Vijay breathes his last in a road accident. Then, Nani and Malavika decide to fulfill Vijay’s last wish by immersing his ashes in Doodh Kashi. This is the actual plot of the film which is good to hear. But, sluggish narration and immature making resulted a displeasing product.
In fact, the plot is alike of Gamyam where hero realizes his own identity in his journe to meet his girlfriend. Coming to Yevade Subramanyam, the film has no soul, right emotions and wow moments anywhere.
Subramanyam character has been tailor made for Nani who has performed with ease. He gave touching performance in journey to doodh kashi.
Malavika Nair was okay. She might have looked great, if the director has designed the character credibly.
Vijay Deverakonda was cool. This guy was trendy and funky, but has excelled all the emotions plausibly.
Ritu Varma was okay, Krishnam Raju was good and Nasser was regular.
Director Nag Ashwin should be appreciated for choosing a thought-provoking subject. But, he has botched completely in executing his idea with immature making. Though few dialogues were good, sluggish narration disturbed the flow.
Radhan has composed some fascinating tunes, but background provided by him was poor. Camera work by Rakesh and Naveen was decent. Production values are not up to the mark.
Verdict: Unreachable to all sections.