Vikram's life is divided into three stages, each centering on a different girl.
6 idlebrain | 27 Aug 2018
I haven’t seen the original Malayalam film (on purpose as it was going to be remade in Telugu). Hence my view will vary from the people who have seen the original. Plus points of the film are casting (especially Naga Chaitanya), beautiful moments and realistic approach by director. On the flipside, there are a few dull moments in second half due to a few forced comedy elements (Sathya teaching dancing etc). On a whole, Premam is a film of moments that explores love in it’s purest/idealistic perspective. You may watch it!
6 greatandhra | 27 Aug 2018
“Premam”, like the original Malayalam movie, is focused on three stages in hero's life, three girls he encounters in each stage. The story and screenplay of the movie is almost similar to the original movie.
The hero falling in love with a girl, getting heart break and moving on and failing in love... all are similar to the original story.
Director Chandoo Mondeti has incorporated little changes to make it more commercial which give mixed feelings. While the comedy part is hilarious, the changes also don’t fit perfectly to the sensitive storyline.
The beauty of this movie as ...
7 123telugu.com | 27 Aug 2018
One the whole, Premam will undoubtedly be the film that will take Naga Chaitanya to the next level as a star. He surprises you with his standout performance and is the sole reason to watch Premam. Romantic songs, entertaining narration and a feel-good nature of the script will surely be loved by the audience big time. If you stop drawing comparisons from the original and go with an open mind, Premam is one romantic entertainer which will keep you hooked throughout and makes up for a good watch this festival season.