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2 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 25 mins
52,486 votes
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Chalo the film is a 2018 Telugu romantic comedy written and directed by Telugu Film Director Venky Kudumula marking his debut as a director. The film, produced by Usha Mulpuri on Ira Creations banner, features Naga Shaurya, Rashmika Mandanna in the lead. The film revolves around a village called "Tiruppuram" which is divided into half by the Tamil and Telugu people. Neither of the groups cross and enter the other's perimeter.The movie teaser was launched by Trivikram Srinivas

Mahati Swara Sagar composed the soundtrack and the background score for the film while Sai Sriram provided the cinematography and kotagiri Venkateswara Rao did the editing for the film. The film was extensively shot in Hyderabad. The film is releasing worldwide on 2nd February 2018. The film is receiving positive reviews about the music and a song called "Choosi Chudangane" went on to become a big hit. The film pre-release function is scheduled to be on 25th of January, 2018 where Mega Star Chiranjeevi as Attended as Guest of Honour
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Verdict: A simple romantic comedy that will entertain you. Chalo stars Naga Shaurya and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead roles and has been produced by Usha Mulpuri under the banner Ira creations. Written and directed by newcomer Venky Kudumula, the music for the movie has been given by Mahati Swara Sagar. The cinematographer is Sai []... ...Read full review
Right from the first scene of `Chalo`, featuring a frustrated Naresh in a jail cell, it is made clear that this film, despite based on a sombre subject, refuses to take itself too seriously. Hari (Naga Shaurya) is a typical college kid from Hyderabad, except he has the quirk of getting into fights. He loves beating people up and sometimes, gets beaten up. Pretty early on it`s established that if there`s a fight, Hari is going to get himself involved in it and escalate the situation. ...Read full review
Hari (Naga Shourya) has a penchant for beating up everybody in sight, although he doesn`t pick quarrels himself. Frustrated with his eccentricity and with the intention of teaching him a lesson, his comical father (played by senior Naresh) packs him off to a village bordering Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu all because it`s full of blood-thirsty people divided into Telugus and Tamils. ...Read full review
Hari(Naga Shourya) is a college student who loves getting into fights. Upset with his attitude, his father(Naresh) sends him to Tirupuram which is situated between the Andhra and Tamil Nadu border. Upon his arrival, Hari falls in love with his classmate Karthika(Rashmika). But to win her love, he needs to solve the problems that are existing between the people of both the states. Rest of the story is as to how Hari handles these issues and wins his love. ...Read full review
Despite weaving a storyline with serious backdrop, the director has ensured that there is ample dose of entertainment in the film. The director has smartly chosen the college backdrop with well-etched characters for the lead roles to tickle the bones. Debutante writer director Venky Ks punch dialogues are major asset. ...Read full review
Tiruppuram is a village that is divided into two factions belonging to Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. They are always at war with each other. What happens when Hari (Naga Shaurya), a guy who cant control his anger is sent to the village and falls in love with a girl? ...Read full review
The Naga Shaurya, Rashmika Mandanna-starrer Chalo turns the concept of cross-border enmity into a hilarious premise thats full of surprises. Directed by newcomer Venkatesh Kudumula, the story is set in a village named Tirrupuram, which is divided between Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu post-bifurcation of Madras Presidency in 1953. As a result, several differences crop up between Tamilians and Telugu-speaking people in the village. ...Read full review
Chalo opens in a jail, where a prisoner (played by Naresh Vijaya Krishna) narrates the story behind his imprisonment. We then get introduced to his wacky toddler Hari, who doesn`t give in until his father responds to his crying fits with a unique solution - allowing the kid to throw punches at his friend or at people around him. ...Read full review