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varun sandesh and sanchita padukone Chammak Challo movie
Direction: Neelakanta
Production: DS Rao
Music: Kiran Varanasi
Banner: Sri Shailendra Cinemas
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Sanchita Padukone, Catherine Therisa, Bharmaji, Avasarala Srinivas, Dr Siva Prasad, Shiyaji Shinde, Vennela Kishore, Surekha Vani , Sivaji Raja, Gouthamraju, Jayalakshmi, Dr Srikanth Ayyangar, Chinmayi, Sathya, Allari Subhasini and Vijay

If you did not believe Mahesh Babu when he figuratively said to Trisha, in Athadu, that we all like Benz, but eventually, we buy Ambassador, then urgently go and watch Chammak Challo. The film is a visual elaboration on that thought-provoking Trivikram gem. There is an underlying message, that is for those who are patient to sit through an otherwise sensible but B-grade film (we don't call it B-grade just because it is a low-budget movie with no star face in its cast. Massy flicks which are not meant to be logical, too, deserve to be called B-grade), that is delivered towards the end: we do unconsciously get trapped in our fantasies and often fail to differentiate between the reality and fantasy, being carried away by fascination, or infatuation, if you would have it.

The film begins with Avasarala Srinivas, an NRI and aspiring film maker, being lectured by a producer to watch all the great romantic classics and get the inspiration to wise up a love story. Having derived nothing from Maro Charitra to Magadheera, he fortuitously bumps into Sayaji Shinde (as college lecturer Apparao Agarwal), who starts narrating a real love story of one 'ammayi' and 'abbayi' (not heroine and hero, mind it).

Unlike the way it happens routinely, Shyam and Ashu were enthusiastically (and purposelessly) made to fall in love by the good lecturer himself. He tried his best to create feelings in them for each other, but to no avail. On a tour to Kadapa (courtesy budget constraints), Shyam was enlightened by a Nature loving photographer, who says that if one looks at the other person (invariably belonging to the opposite sex, of course) through the lens of love, one is sure to find his romantic pair. Shyam is now a changed man and he starts seeing Ashu in a new (romantic) way.

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