The Different Elements That Make Saheba An Interesting Watch!
Saheba marks the debut of Crazy Star V. Ravichandran’s lad Manoranjan Ravichandran. Although Manoranjan is a star-kid, he didn’t want any hype that most of the other star kids got for their respective debuts. The movie also came from humble beginnings with director S Bharath making a more than a brilliant comeback.
To get romantic feels, watch Saheba here:
Saheba is the perfect mix of romance compiled with just enough drama to keep the essence of it, close to relatable reality. For the movie, Shanvi Srivastava was cast against Manoranjan and played the role of Nandini/Aditi. With Bharath’s amazing direction, the film enjoyed a good screenplay and background score.
Right from the beginning, Manoranjan stays in character of a quiet-natured Manu, who has a taste for the meek things in life. The narrative introduction given about Manu at the beginning of the movie perfectly defines him and rightfully stays with him until the end. Shanvi, too, does a fabulous job in two personalities of her own self; a timid introvert girl and the celebrity!
With S Bharath making it clear from the beginning that the movie will not observe unwanted scenes or unnecessary twists to the story, we can totally call Saheba an apt romantic film.
Speaking of the background score, the best crew in the sandalwood industry was roped in. Furthermore, V. Harikrishna effortlessly created some amazing compositions with singers like Armaan Malik (for Heegethake), Karthik and Shweta Mohan (for Saheba’s title track) and the legend S.P. Balasubrahmanyam (for his previously sung song Yaare Neenu).
All in all, this movie is a must-watch for all romantics out there as it is sure to leave you with a blush or two!
Time to de-stress from your daily life and watch some relatable comedy. Click here to watch Chemistry Of Kariappa, streaming on ZEE5.