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Sahasam Swasaga Saagipo Review- Cinema express

Sahasam Swasaga Saagipo Review

Naga Chaitanya is a happy-go-lucky, engineering graduate hanging out with friends

Published: 03rd April 2017

Amid skepticism about films working to their potential in a season of demonetization, 'Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo' releases as a 'sahasam' in itself.  Here is our review of this much-awaited movie.


Naga Chaitanya (whose name in the film is kept a secret till the climax) is a happy-go-lucky, engineering graduate hanging out with friends who keep extra interest in his love stories, mundane or special.  There comes that 'Ye Maya Chesave' moment in his life when the sister's friend (debutante Manjima Mohan as Leela) appears in front of his eyes, "heating up the room" as the two hold marathon, breezy conversations.

It's time for a 'Ye Maya Chesave' tourism, minus Aleppy, but with a shock in store.  The two meet with an accident and from now, it's all roller-coaster.

The guy and his girl are overnight thrown into an abyss when they realize a murderous gang of assorted elements are out to eliminate Leela and her parents.  A rowdy cop (played by Baba Sehgal) threatens them with dire consequences, but Chay challenges with actions.  The politician-police-criminal nexus won't intimidate him.

The climax is about how, over a period of 2.5 years, the mystery has been unraveled single-handedly by Chay, letting the audience know why the villains bayed for Leela's blood, and how Chay, who now has a surprise identity, gets his comeuppance.

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