Colour Photo 2020 Telugu full where to watch for free
Story: Kannayya (Suhas) and Deepti (Chandini Chowdary) are two engineering students from a small town in Andhra Pradesh who fall for each other. Deepti’s brother Rama Raju (Sunil) is a brutal cop who believes that the colour of the skin matters a lot, at least for anyone who wants to marry his sister. The racist brother tries hard to separate the love birds but what does his attempt lead to? Will Kannayya’s love win over the colour of his skin?
Review: Ever since the teaser and songs of Colour Photo released, the film has always felt promising. The story is a simple one, but what blows the mind is its writing. Dialogues are important to any love story but the way director Sandeep Raj uses them during key scenes makes this film a memorable one.
The movie is set in late the 90s where people casually discriminate on the basis of skin colour and believe that fair-skinned women are too much to ask for dark-skinned men. What is funnier is that a few characters in the film imagine that things will change by the year 2020. Kannayya is a hard-working student who dreams big in life. He falls in love with Deepti who is his classmate and fails to express it to her. The innocence in his character is well maintained and the humour is top-notch. Kannayya has a partner in crime called Bala Yesu (Harsha Chemudu), who truly steals the show. Bala Yesu’s character is so pure that even when he swears at people, it looks adorable. The first half of the movie feels like a fresh countryside breeze.
The second half of this film begins by pretending to be a happy story but it is stuffed with high emotions. Sandeep Raj again hits the right notes by narrating the story in a thought-provoking way. He proves his brilliance by showing harsh realities as they are instead of sugar-coating them. The happy-go-lucky movie slowly turns into an emotional rollercoaster and the same adorable innocence in the first half will make hearts weep at the scenes in pre-climax. The writing again is commendable and more than his direction, Sandeep will be remembered for his writing in the film. But if there is something that is a little disappointing, it is giving a blind eye to the brutal Rama Raju and leaving his character in peace. Otherwise, Colour Photo passes with flying colours.
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