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Colour Photo review: Emotional story that deals with Love Vs Racism!

Colour Photo review: Emotional story that deals with Love Vs Racism!
Colour Photo review: Emotional story that deals with Love Vs Racism!


Cast: Suhas, Chandini Chowdary, Sunil, Viva Harsha
Director: Sandeep Raj
Moviezupp Rating: 3/5

Usually, for every Dassara Season, four to five movies would have occupied all theaters across Telugu states. The audience and Fans would celebrate at Actor’s cutouts and Popcorns in theatres seats. But, Colour photo is the only Telugu movie that has released this festive season. That is because of the effect of the 2020 year.

Colour Photo movie is a love drama set in the late 90s where racism usually prevalent. Kannaya (Suhas) and Deepti (Chandini Chowdary) are from a small town in Andhra Pradesh who fall in love. But Deepthi’s brother Rama Raju (Sunil) who believes anyone who wants to marry her sister should be a white-skinned guy. Will Kannaya’s love win over the racism? 

Actor Suhas has done brilliant work in the Colour Photo. He proved his talent with his previous films as a comedian or sidekick. But As a hero, he has done a great job. Telugu girl Chandini Chowdary too does a decent job. She used the opportunity in a good way. Actor Sunil in a negative role is impressive. 

Viva Harsha steals the show with his humor. The first half of the movie seems cool with content and comedy. the second half of the film is filled with high emotions. The movie showed the harsh reality, unlike other regular movies. Kaala Bhairava’s music is very good and it fits the genre of the movie. It is a huge plus point for the movie.

Coming to the drawbacks, The movie goes with slow narration. Some scenes can be predictable. The heroine’s character could have been given more scope in the story.  

In nutshell, If you have nothing to do, u could try this color-based love story. this weekend. 



Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.