Like, Share & Subscribe Telugu Movie Review: Like, Share & Subscribe movie has been released in theatres on November 04, 2022. Let us see Like, Share & Subscribe Review.
Cast: Santosh Shoban, Faria Abdullah, Brahmaji, Sudarshan, Mime Gopi, Naren, and Others
Director: Merlapaka Gandhi
Producer: Venkat Boyanapalli
Music Directors : Praveen Lakkaraju, Ram Miriyala
Cinematographer: A Vasanth
Editor: Ramu Tumu
Like, Share & Subscribe Movie Story
Viplav (Santosh Shoban) is a YouTuber who is desperate to take his YouTube channel named Guvva Vihari to a higher level and thus teams with a famous cameraman Daniels (Sudarshan). They both travel to Araku for a travel vlog. During the process, Viplav comes across Vasudha Varma (Faria Abdullah), a famous YouTuber and also his inspiration. Viplav keeps trying to win over Vasudha. Due to this, they land in big trouble. What is the trouble? How did they get over it? Did he win over Vasudha’s love? forms the base plot of the Like, Share, & Subscribe.
Like, Share & Subscribe Telugu Movie Review: Positive Aspects
- Santosh Shoban performed with ease throughout the movie. He dances well and looks cool in the movie
- Faria Abdullah attracts the audience’s attention with her performance and looks
- Sudarshan and Brahmaji gave their best
- Some dialogues about social media users are fare decently
Like, Share & Subscribe Telugu Movie Review: Negative Aspects
- The plot seems dragged unnecessarily and keeps going on without a proper screenplay
- The comedy angle dominates the serious aspect
- The emotions seem artificial
- The songs do not make any impact
Like, Share & Subscribe Movie Review: Technical Aspects
The music by Ram Miryala and Praveen Lakkaraju is decent. Vasanth’s cinematography is eye candy. Director Merlapaka Gandhi failed heavily regarding the screenplay. His thought to give more entertainment killed the soul of the movie.
Concluding the Like, Share & Subscribe Telugu Movie Review, Like, Share & Subscribe movie is a disappointing watch. The lack of seriousness in the screenplay makes the movie a bland watch.