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  • Vidya Vasula Aham Review: Shivani Rajaskehar shines in  ‘Vidya Vasula Aham’

    Cast: Rahul Vijay, Shivani Rajashekar, Avasarala Srinivas, Abhinaya, Srinivas Reddy, Ravi Varma Adduri, Kasi Viswanath, Roopa Lakshmi, Rajashree Nair, and others

    Director: Manikanth Gelli

    Music Director: Kalyani Malik

    Cinematography: Akhil Valluri

    Editing: Satya Giduturi

    Producers: Navya Mahesh M, Ranjith Kumar Kodali, Chandana Katt

    OTT: Aha

    The new film starring Rahul Vijay and Shivani as a couple, ‘Vidya Vasula Aham,’ directed by Manikanth Gelli, has been released. Produced by Lakshmi Savya and Ranjith Kumar under the Eternity Entertainment banner, the trailers and promotional images have already sparked considerable interest. As of today, the film started streaming on Aha from May 17..

    What’s the Story

    Vidya (Shivani Rajashekar) sets specific criteria for her future husband and tells her parents that she will marry only the man who meets these standards. Consequently, she marries Vasu (Rahul Vijay). Over time, however, their egos start to clash, impacting their marriage. The story unfolds with dramatic developments affecting Vasu and Vidya’s relationship. Conflicts emerge between them, intensifying when Vasu loses his job. The film explores how they confront these challenges and what measures they take to resolve their disputes.


    Young actor Rahul Vijay delivers a compelling performance as a newlywed husband, effectively reflecting the modern youth. Shivani Rajashekar shines in the heroine’s role, looking delightful in a saree and skillfully managing scenes where she confronts her husband. The narrative mainly centers around these two characters. Srinivas Reddy, appearing as Narada, Abhinaya as Goddess Lakshmi, and Avasarala Srinivas as Vishnumurthy, provide brief yet entertaining performances. The other actors also excel within the confines of their respective roles.


    Director Manikanth Gelli targets contemporary youth with this film, aiming to depict the realities of post-marriage life. He opts for an innovative narrative approach by driving the plot through the dialogues of mythological characters like Vishnumurthy, Lakshmi, and Narada. However, Gelli falls short in crafting compelling scenes between the lead couple and doesn’t convincingly depict how their egos affect their relationship on screen. The dialogues are mediocre. The film’s focus on marital conflicts, coupled with the lack of engaging supporting characters, may not hold the audience’s interest throughout.


    Technically, the film shines with Kalyani Malik’s music standing out, significantly enhancing the scenes. The cinematography is top-notch, offering superb visuals. However, the editing could have been tighter to improve the film’s pacing. The production values are appropriately high, reflecting well on the film’s quality.

    Plus Points

    – Performances by Rahul and Shivani

    – Music

    – Cinematography

    Minus Points

    – Slow screenplay

    – Editing

    Telugu.yousay.tv Rating: 2.5/5

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