Commitment Telugu Movie Review: Lakshmikanth Chenna, who was once an actor, dazzled in Hyderabad Nawab but fell flat with his directorial debut, 2008’s Ninna Nedu Repu. After a protracted absence, the director has finally returned with a new movie, “Commitment,” which will be released to theatres on August 19. Let’s get right to the review’s meat and determine whether or not this movie is genuinely worth your time.
The drama Commitment tells the experiences of five women, each with her own future aspirations. A young actress, a sexologist, a teenager, a student, and a young doctor all struggle with the same issue: people who are closest to them desire a commitment (sex) to achieve what they need. The remaining plot revolves around their relationship and their decision to stop harassing women in the name of commitment.
Cast & Crew
Among the actors who appear in the movie are Tanishq Rajan, Tejaswi Madivada, Anveshi Jain, Amit Tiwari, Srinath Maganti, Ramya Pasupuleti, Surya Srinivas, Simar Singh, and Raja Ravindra. The movie’s production was overseen by Lakshmikanth Chenna, Baldev Singh, and Neelima Taduri. The film’s score was written by Naresh Kumaran, and it was shot and edited by Sajeesh Rajendran and Naresh Rana. Prawin Pudi is in charge of editing, to put it simply.
|Music Director||Naresh Kumaran|
|Producer||Baldev Singh, Neelima Taduri|
|Cast||Tejaswi Madivada, Anveshi Jain, Amit Tiwari, Srinath Maganti, Ramya Pasupuleti, Surya Srinivas, Simar Singh, Tanishq Rajan and Raja Ravindra|
The “Me too” movement’s related events are the sole subject of the movie. Most of the scenes’ sexiness is meant to appeal to a broad audience, but it doesn’t quite live up to its promise and doesn’t really make the point. Although the film’s fundamental theory is intriguing, the way it is depicted on screen in a childish way detracts from the overall enjoyment. The film would have been fantastic if the script had been written with more attention.
Ramya Pasupuleti is largely ineffective as a starving actor, whereas Tejaswi Madivada makes some progress in that regard. The other leading ladies in the movie all give good performances, however they are more prominently displayed in the skin-show and adult-themed scenes. Additionally, the supporting cast, which included Raja Ravindra and Amit Tiwari, did an excellent job.
The technical quality of the film is average. The musical works of Naresh Kumaran are good. The cinematography by Sajeesh Rajendran and Naresh Rana falls short of expectations. Low-quality production choices appear to have been made during the film’s production.
Despite having a fascinating premise, Lakshmikanth Chenna’s film did not earn favourable reviews.
To sum up, Commitment will be enjoyable for the group of moviegoers that appreciate sexual scenes.