A youngster, who is obsessed with gadgets, plays a game to pick up women. However, as the game progresses, things go awry when a woman's life is in danger.
2 greatandhra | 27 Aug 2018
The film was made at a time when Vijay Devarakonda was struggling to find a foothold in the industry. Of course, now he is a star with reckoning thanks to Pelli Choopulu and Arjun Reddy. But Ye Mantram Vesave shows the struggling actor.
While director-producer Sridhar Marri's attempt at making a message-oriented film is understandable, it is a case of a story gone awry.
The director's intention is to show how the youth of today are losing the 'human' touch by being addicted to internet and video games. So far so good. But the problem comes in the ...
3 timesofindia | 27 Aug 2018
Nikky (Vijay Deverakonda) is a typical gaming addict, always holed up in his room playing violent video games. He’s so far gone that even his parents have almost given up on him despite worrying for his well-being. When he enters a bet with his friends to make Rags (Shivani), a game designer, fall in love with him, he ends up getting entangled in something far bigger than what he expects.
Rags (Shivani) is the game designer with a ‘vision’ that looks beyond the usual blood and gore on computer screens and wants to find a solution for gaming addicts ...
4 123telugu.com | 27 Aug 2018
On the whole, Ye Mantram Vesyave is a film which Vijay Devarakonda needs to shrug it off from his system right away. Though it is a very old film of his which has released now, there is nothing much which the actor can boast about it. Except for his performance and interesting concept, this film does not give the necessary kick which is expected of Vijay’s movies and can be watched comfortably when it is aired on TV.