The youth-centric Telugu movies like Mem Vayasuku Vacham, Oka Romantic Crime Katha, Ee Rojullo, which dealt with the stories of students, have got good opening and had gained instant success. Taking a cue from it, debutant director Venkatapathy Raju, who has earlier worked with Nagesh Kukunoor and Neelakanta, has come up with a youthful entertainer 3G Love, which is a good time-pass film.
The movie 3G Love is a romance drama with lot of fun and comedy to lure the youth. The actors' performances, Venkatapathy's screenplay, dialogues and narration, Shekar Chandra's melodious music, Sai Sri Ram's cinematography and beautiful locales are the highlights of the movie.
Gone are the days, when people used to sacrifice everything for love. With the advancement of technology, this attitude towards love has completely changed. The hi-tech generation is always hooked to texting, Facebook and communicating with the help of latest gadget with less emphasis on emotions, they have clear idea about where they are heading towards. So love is secondary for 3G people.
Especially, the youth in the age group between 18 and 21 have developed callous attitude towards love. It is easy for them to change partners like a pair of jeans. They lack seriousness and feel love is replaceable, behave in a detached manner. The director has tried to show how these most advanced and matured guys suffer from an emotional void in the long run. He has picked an ensemble cast of eleven girls and fifteen boys to show the radical views, attitude and relationships of the youth.
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