Manamey trailer promises a laugh-fest with emotional undertones

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1 June 2024

Global star Ram Charan on Saturday released the trailer of his best friend Sharwanand’s Manamey and it is no less than a melting point of emotions laden with a liberal dose of humour.

Spanning over two minutes, the trailer begins by establishing Sharwa as a Casanova who effortlessly flirts with women. Krithi Shetty is introduced soon after and she plays a no-nonsense woman. Poles part– a child (Master Vikram Adittya) binds them together. Is he their own child? The makers chose not to reveal it. A free-spirited youngster from London, Sharwa is carefree with the child while Krithi expresses her displeasure over his attitude time and again. As time goes by, Sharwa is revealed to be unhappy in the company of the child, losing patience to do all the chores associated with a child. “Naa valla kadhu (I can’t handle it),” he says multiple times exasperatedly in the trailer, which is also laced with some action as it reaches midway. “When I was carefree, everything was alright. When I'm right, everything is going for a toss,” Sharwa laments at one point. What changes the child brings about in Sharwa seems to form the crux of the story.

Overall, the trailer promises to be a rollercoaster ride of laughs and unexpected turns as Sharwa and Krithi navigate through the ups and downs of raising a child together. It seems to be not just about bringing the child together; it’s about love, life and discovering yourself in the process. As a performer, Sharwa takes you back to Run Raja Run days with his comic timing, while Krithi is sincere. Hesham Abdul Wahab’s score adds a layer of depth to the proceedings.

Also featuring Seerat Kapoor, Shiva Kandukuri, Tanikella Bharani, Sachin Khedekar, Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna and Rahul Ravindran, Manamey is written and directed by Sriram Adittya. A People Media Factory production, it sails into cinemas on June 7th.

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