Netflix Pitta Kathalu Review
Netflix has banged its first anthology series in Telugu with Pitta Kathalu, The four short films are about love and lust bond, Let’s take a look at Pitta Kathalu Review.
Ramula : Do you remember 1990’s love story, This Ramula is the same as the story that you listen to from your childhood with media touch.
Ramula is directed by Pelli Choopulu fame Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam. Lakshmi Manchu will be seen as a struggling female politician, she is just ok with her role. Story is about a young couple Saanve Megghana and Abhay Bethiganti who will be in love, the duo is from the interior Telangana region. How the women politician use the opportunity of the young immature love couple. Lakshmi Manchu might have given a meaty role, her screen presence disappoints her fans.
The story plot itself is disappointing and the cast are impressive in their space. The story of a guy who relates love with his sexual desire. Ramula is OK and finished with a sad note.
Meera : Can you understand the struggle of an independent woman, then Meera is definitely a worth watching episode.
Oh Baby fame Nandini reddy directed Meera, starring Amala Paul and Jagapathi Babu in the lead roles. Amala Paul will be young, beautiful, sexy, writer, wife, attractive, a mother of two children and who will be carrying her third child.
The story is about how she manipulates her husband to get rid of his inferiority complex, so that she can come out of her struggling phase. Vishwa (Jagapathi Babu) is remarkable for holding his character. Meera comes up with a perfect plan and persists a dangerous plan of action, leaving all proof behind to prove his husband guilty.
xLife : A story of addicted mobile apps
xLife is directed by Manahanti fame Nag Ashwin. A young man who takes over the world with his technology and puts billions of users in risk. Shruti Haasan will be seen as an innocent girl who works in xLife and impresses the young developer Sanjith Hegde.
Sanjith owns the role and Shruti Haasan’s dubbing is really disappointing, yet we miss understanding her dialogues. This is a short film picked up from bollywood movies. Nag Ashwin knows his boundaries and surely can say it’s well written copied from hollywood script.
Pinky : Routine story in this generation
Ghazi fame Sankalp Reddy directed this episode. We never expect an episode like this from him. He is super smart expressing an illicit affair with their own ex husband and ex wife. Eesha Rebba, Avasarala Srinivas and Satya Dev are good in their roles. A struggling writer, who will move away from his first marriage. This is really complicated, but still Sankalp Reddy has handled it very beautifully and leaves us emotional at the end. The episode is unrealistic yet impressive.
The unhappy characters who will be behind love and lust is Pitta Kathalu.
Pitta Kathalu is just ok and not like other Netflix series. The episodes are far away from telugu people’s human emotions.