As its title suggests, the film Romance belongs to the romantic genre with lot of comedy and other commercial ingredients. Prince's performance and Darling fame Swamy's interesting screenplay and funny dialogues are the main highlights in the film. Sai Karthik's music, Prabhakar Reddy's camera work, Dimple's glamour, beautiful locales, costumes, makeup and art direction are the other attractions in the movie.
Like Ee Rojullo and Bus Stop, Romance is also set in the backdrop of a colleges, and deals with the same theme of youth taking love to sex, and girls using boys as a sources of pocket money. But some of the incidents seems to inspired by real life and youth can relate them with their own life. The treatment of subject is fresh, interesting, rich and colourful.
The movie opens with the hero, who is on look out for a virgin girlfriend, narrating his own story. The first half of the film is very interesting with a couple of romantic tracks and loads of funny moments. The twist at the interval bang sets new mode for the tempo. The second half of the film is also entertaining, but there are some routine and predictable moments which might disappoint the viewers.
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The hero (Prince), who is in search of virgin girl, gets attracted by an aggressive and hard-to-get girl (Manasa). After they become close, he falls in love with her. But he dumps her for another girl (Dimple Chopde). How the first girl takes revenge and what kind of problems she causes for the hero will form the rest of the story.
Prince's Performance In Romance
After Bus Stop, Prince once again has given very good performance. In fact, his acting is the centre of attraction in the film Romance. He looks at complete ease in all romantic, sentimental and comedy scenes. Especially, he will rock you with his funny acts.
Dimple And Manasa's Roles In Romance
The movie Romance has two female leads played by Dimple and Manasa. Compared to Manasa, Dimple has large screen presence and scope for performance. Her chemistry with Prince is simply superb and a treat to watch on screen. It will surely drive the young audience crazy towards theatres.
Supporting Cast In Romance
Venu Madhav and Sai try their best to tickle your funny bones. Others have also done justice to their respective roles.
Sai Karthik's Music In Romance
Romance has excellent production values and Sai Karthik's music, which has already become chartbuster, is the main attraction in the technical front. All his soundtracks are melodious and good to listen. His background score is also good and helps the director to elevate the intensity of several emotional and sentimental scenes in the film.
Prabhakar Reddy's Cinematography
J Prabhakar Reddy's picturisation is another big attraction in Romance. The cinematographer has done brilliant work in song sequences, which are going to be visual treat.
Other Technical Departments
Departments like costumes, makeup, art direction and locales play predominant role in making a youth-centric movie interesting. So in Romance, all these departments have done commendable job. Editing is also good.
Darling fame writer Swamy, who is turning director with Romance, has tried his best to prove his mettle. He has complete grip over the temp of the film. Besides direction, he has also handled departments like story, screenplay and dialogue, and has given justice to them. His dialogues are funny and have a punch.
Overall, Romance is good entertainer, which youth will like to watch again and again. But when compared to Maruthi's previous productions Bus Stop and Ee Rojullo, this movie is not upto the expected mark. The film suffers from slow-paced narration, lack of entertainment quotient. Its double meaning dialogues may stop family audience coming to theatres.
Romance Cast And Crew
Producer: Srinivasa Rao, SKN and Maruthi
Cast: Prince, Dimple Chopde, Manasa, Venu Madhava, Sai Vijay
Music: Sai Karthik
Cinematographer: J Prabhakar Reddy
Release Date: August 2, 2013