| Cast: ||Naveen Chandra, Lavanya Tripathi, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Brahmaji, Sampoornesh Babu|
| Directed by: || Jagadish Talasila|
| Produced by: ||Sai Prasad Kamineni|
| Music by: || M. M. Keeravani|
|Release Date: ||29th Jan 2016|
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi-Story
The movie starts off by showcasing two unclaimed bank accounts. These accounts are of those who have expired and have no nominees. A dreaded criminal called Mahesh(Ajay) makes a huge plan to rob these accounts and traps one of the bank employees named Naveen (Naveen Chandra). He threatens Naveen and asks him to further use his colleague Devi (Lavanya Tripathi) to fulfil his mission. Rest of the story is as to how Naveen manages to escape from this trap and save the money along with Devi.
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi-Star Performance
Lavanya Tripathi stole the show with her performance in three different roles as Devi,Ankalamma and Uma Devi. She treated viewers with glamour, innocent looks, variations and expressions. Naveen Chandra supported her well with his subdued performance. He did not overact and looked cool attracting all. He did well as innocent lover and person who is desperate for money. Sampoornesh Babu surprises with his special performance while Sufi Sayyed is hot in item song. Others like Jaya Prakash Reddy,Brahmaji and Ajay performed well in their roles.
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi-Technical Team
Surprisingly, M.M Keeravani's music is below average but the background score is decent. Production values are satisfactory. Dialogues are adequate and so was the art direction. Editing looked jaded during the climax. Cinematography by Eshwar Yellumahanthi is commendable as the talented technician has showcased this thriller in a unique light. Coming to the director Jagadish Talasila, he loses the plot after the first fifteen minutes but slowly picks it up during the interval point. As soon as the second half starts, the plot goes down hill and fails to pick up for rest of the movie. Not once post the interval, his narration manages to evoke any interest.
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi-Analysis
Overall, Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi turns out to be a huge disappointment and brings a halt to Lavanya Tripati's successful streak. Even though the story tries hard to interest the audience with an interesting premise, the way it is narrated with a half hearted approach makes matters worse. You can safely ignore this movie and choose something else from the other releases this weekend.
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi-Trailer