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Lachimdeviki O Lekkundhi

Lachimdeviki O Lekkundhi

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Directed by : Jagadish Talasila

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Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi (LOL) is a Telugu comedy thriller film directed by debutant Jagadish Talasila, who is a protege of acclaimed Indian director SS Rajamouli. Starring Naveen Chandra and Lavanya tripathi in lead roles.


“LOL has no substance whatsoever.”

Lachimdeviki O Lekkundhi Credit & Casting

Naveen Chandra


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Lachimdeviki O Lekkundhi Audience Review

Nothing to LoL about..!!

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Of late, the audience of Telugu cinema have been craving for a concept based film. And when this film opens with a naration of facts related to 'unclaimed bank accounts' in India and how they can be misused, everyone might have breathed a sigh of relief. That being said, the premise that blasts open like a commentary gets diluted with each passing scene and has been grossly misused.

So quickly here's the plot. RBI... yes you heard it right. RBI directs the banks to make a list of unclaimed accounts to pass it over to claimants. Then it boils down to one Janata Bank (serving since 1914) to make the list. Some tacky bank ambiance with a data room and only two people has permission to access it. Now our hero Naveen (Naveen Chandra) plays the cupid card with Devi (Lavanya Tripathi) to gain access to the data and pull off a con to get the money from those accounts. What happens later. Who is the really villain and what's their intention is all the rest of LoL.

The merits about the film come in the form of a challenging role by Lavanya Tripathi where she brings to the fore the dualities of her character and the veteran Jayaprakash Reddy who stays as the only LoL factor for the film. Now the demertis flood the scenes and drench it with boredom. You expect a LoL moment and are left with none. The one in bits and pieces aren't enough to keep you LoLed till the end.

A string of forced twists and turns, a series of double-crosses are what the director effortlessly planted in the lackadaisical screenplay. The performances of the actors wont come out well as their characters are not properly etched leaving them very less room. Now the serious question is why M M Keeravani and 'Burning Star' Sampoornesh Babu are brought into this pale tale.

When everything went wrong with LoL, then why should audiene take a wrong decision to watch LoL. So stay away and LoL without LoL.

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