Disappointed with their lives, Sudheer (Sudheer), Praveen (Praveen), Nanditha (Nanditha) and Giri (Giri) decide to commit suicide at a deserted farm-house. But before doing so, they want to fulfill their last wishes, thus taking the audience on a comedy ride. Meanwhile, love blossoms between Nanditha and Sudheer. But their intimacy is always disrupted by the evil ghosts of the haunted farm house. How they get out of the clutches of spirits and understand the value of life, is what Prema Katha Chitram all about.
PREMA KATHA CHITHRAM REVIEW
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
If there's anything Ram Gopal Varma has taught us, it is that people who visit deserted farmhouses in the middle of nowhere, are asking for it. But Maruthi, who wrote Prema Katha Chitram, manages to give us a tight enough premise to forget that lesson.
Spook fest Prema Katha Chitram is a fun, young, clever movie that typifies Tollywood's rise of fresh, new blood. If not for star brother-in-law Sudheer Babu, this might even have been a celebration of the anti-bloodline in Tollywod.