Lucky Lakshman review: Sohel entertains the audience in this emotional drama

He recently joined hands with A.R Abhi for the romantic comedy ‘Lucky Lakshman.’ The trailer had grabbed the attention of the audience. Featuring some noted actors, the movie finally hit the theatres on 30 December. Here’s our review of the film:

By Bhavana  Published on  31 Dec 2022 1:30 AM GMT
Lucky Lakshman review: Sohel entertains the audience in this emotional drama

Hyderabad: Sohel Syed who started his career as an actor in TV serials shot to fame with Bigg Boss. Sohel, who had earlier played minor roles in some popular movies, is now testing his luck as an actor.

He recently joined hands with A.R Abhi for the romantic comedy 'Lucky Lakshman.' The trailer had grabbed the attention of the audience. Featuring some noted actors, the movie finally hit the theatres on 30 December. Here's our review of the film:

Story

Lucky Lakshman (Sohel) is a happy-go-lucky guy who dreams of becoming a billionaire in simple ways. Then, he decides that marrying a rich girl will make him rich in a much easier way and starts his search to find a girl. He finally manages to find a rich girl and tries to woo her. Does the girl fall in love with Lakshman? Is she really rich? Does Lakshman's dream of becoming a millionaire come true? What life lessons does he learn in his journey? What happens in the end?—these form the crux of the story.

Performances and technical aspects

Sohel is very impressive in his role and his energetic performance is one of the biggest plus points of the movie. He is the heart and soul of the film and carries the entire film on his shoulders. Sohel has given his best not only in romantic and comedy scenes but also carried the emotional scenes well.

Moksha, the lead actress, is good in her role and manages to impress the audience with her looks. She shares a striking chemistry with Sohel.

Devi Prasad and Sameer have delivered honest performances. Bigg Boss fame Geetu Royal who plays a minor role is good. Rachcha Ravi and Yadamma Raju's comedy works out well.

A.R Abhi directed the movie and also wrote the screenplay and dialogues. His directional skills are quite impressive. Despite this being his first film, Abhi has succeeded in impressing the audience with his engaging narration. His dialogues are decent, especially in the emotional scenes. The production values are quite good and Anup Ruben's music is soothing. The BGM is good at times. The cinematographer has delivered some colourful visuals. The runtime is crisp.

What works

Entertainment is one of the biggest plus points of the film. Also, Sohel's energetic performance is quite impressive. Some of the comedy scenes are hilarious and will tickle your funny bones. The emotional scenes are also handled really well. Fresh comedy and emotional scenes work big time for the film.

…What doesn't

The love story between the lead pair could have been better. The film takes a while to enter its main story. While the scenes are not that bad, a quick pace would have made it even better.

Final verdict

Overall, 'Lucky Lakshman' is a well-made film with good comedy and sensible emotions. As the movie is loaded with all the commercial elements, it would be an entertaining watch, especially for Sohel's fans. Audiences who are okay with a slow-paced screenplay can happily watch the film.

'Lucky Lakshman' is a decent one-time watch this weekend.

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