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Love Guru Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, April 11, 2024 • Kannada ]
Love Guru Review
Good Devil
Vijay Antony, Mirnalini Ravi, Yogi Babu and VTV Ganesh, Ilavarasu, Thalaivasal Vijay, Sudha,Sreeja Ravi
Vinayak Vaithianathan
Vijay Antony
Barath Dhanasekhar

Love Guru Movie Review

Love Guru, the Telugu version of Romeo, revolves around a young man's reaction upon discovering that the girl he married is not interested in marriage and has different intentions.


Aravind (Vijay Antony) leads a content yet solitary life in Malaysia. Despite his parents' Mr and Mrs Parameswara Rao (Ilavarasu, Sudha) efforts to arrange his marriage, he insists on waiting for the one who will make him feel true love.

His life takes a turn when he meets Leela (Mrinalini Ravi), Murthy's (Thalaivasal Vijay) daughter, in his hometown of Simhachalam. They get married, and everything seems perfect until Aravind discovers a shocking truth. The story unfolds to reveal the role played by his uncle (VTV Ganesh), Love Bar Manager Vikram (Yogi Babu) and the consequences of Aravind's discovery.

Love Guru Movie Review


Vijay Antony embodies the quintessential boy-next-door persona effortlessly, fitting seamlessly into his role. His portrayal showcases a range of expressions and emotions, delivering a natural and realistic performance on screen. His depiction of familial love, care for those around him, and longing for a meaningful relationship exudes sincerity. Particularly noteworthy is his nuanced portrayal of the character's reaction to his wife's ambitions, conveyed with understated yet impactful dialogue delivery.

Mrinalini Ravi adequately portrays the character of a young woman with aspirations of becoming an actor, effectively conveying her defiance against her parents' wishes and her palpable anger upon being forcibly married. Yogi Babu's performance, though solid, falls short of showcasing his comedic prowess to its fullest potential.

Love Guru Movie Review

VTV.Ganesh injects humor into the narrative with his portrayal of Vijay Antony's uncle, eliciting laughter from the audience. Thalaivasal Vijay delivers a competent performance as the typical father figure, while Ilavarasu and Sudha shine in their roles as Vijay Antony's parents.

Vinayak Vaithianathan's narrative aims to entertain audiences with its lighthearted approach, yet it offers little in terms of originality, following a predictable trajectory. While the first half meanders through familiar comedic and emotional beats, the second half manages to inject some fresh laughs and emotional depth, culminating in surprising twists in the pre-climax and climax sequences.

The screenplay, though average, could have benefitted from tighter execution, while the direction remains decent overall. Editing by Vijay Antony presents a mixed bag, with some unnecessary scenes in the first half detracting from the overall flow. However, the second half sees an improvement in pacing.

Love Guru Movie Review

Farook J Basha's cinematography effectively captures the rustic charm of the village setting, enhancing the film's authenticity. Barath Dhanasekhar's music, while not particularly memorable, serves its purpose adequately, though the background score occasionally feels overpowering.

Overall, Love Guru boasts commendable production values and performances, but falls short of reaching its full potential due to its formulaic storyline and inconsistent execution.


Love Guru, the Telugu rendition of Romeo, offers a familiar yet entertaining journey through laughter and heartfelt moments. Vijay Antony delivers a commendable performance in his role, while Vaithaianathan displays flashes of brilliance that, with further refinement, could have elevated the overall impact of the film

Rating: 2.25 / 5.0

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