'Good' Film Directors! Please Take A Break

'Good' Film Directors! Please Take A Break

It is not definite that the audience always likes the feel-'good' preachy films even if they are presented in a great possible way. And if the preaching crosses the limit, they end up as nonsense films like Brahmotsavam.

Sateesh Vegesna's Entha Manchivaadavura is the same type of preachy film that takes a 'good' number of boring classes throughout and the audience rejected it right away. His Shatamanam Bhavathi managed to become a decent film with a message to be good, while his Sreenivasa Kalyanam apparently remained a wedding CD. Now with Entha Manchivaadavura, audiences are strongly feeling that these preachy directors need to take a break and try to think a little bad.

Entha Manchivaadavura failed to collect big even on festival dates, as it was released with big expectations and overconfidence that blinded their vision to assess the reality of menace being done by two big films at the box office.

Entha Manchivaadavura has to wait for the overflowing audience from the two big films, proving that a poorly etched family drama won't survive at the box office, that too when audience very much liked the two earlier releases of Sankranthi.

It is evident with the result, that the director, producer and the hero too failed to assess how really good their film is.