The makers of Telugu film ‘Premam’ had launched the one and half minute video song ‘Evare’ with the hopes that it would repeat the magic of Malare, the original Malayalam song from which the song was adapted. However, pathetic acting by the cast Naga Chaitanya and Shruti Haasan led to online trolling in social media by film buffs.
The song features Naga Chaitanya and Shruti Haasan and was shot in Norway. This Telugu remake of Malayalam film ‘Premam’ is directed by Chandoo Mondeti.
Facebook groups and ICU trollers have already started trolling against the Telugu version of the film and lead actors Naga Chaitanya and Shruthi Haasan.
When the news of this remake was first out, audience thought that they have just copied the title of the film. But later when the audio of the song ‘Evare’, was released, they proved us wrong. This official Telugu remake has even copied the music of Malayalam song ‘Malare’, and they have used it for ‘Evare’. The Malayalam song featured Nivin Pauly and Sai Pallavi.
Inspite of having copied the title and music from the original version and shooting in exotic foreign locations, the duo failed miserably to re-create the magic of Malayalam actors Nivin Pauly and Sai Pallavi. Nivin Pauly was well appreciated for his natural acting in a scene that was shot in Aluva UC College, Kochi, Kerala.
There is a classroom scene where the hero George (Nivin Pauly) is seen admiring his lecturer Malar ( Sai Pallavi). The sad part of Telugu Premam is that Naga Chaitanya is trying to shamelessly copy the antics of Nivin, but ends up being a laughing stock by trollers.
A troll image, depicts the blank expressions on Naga Chaitanya’s face and shocked responses from Alphonse Puthran (Malayalam Premam director) and Nivin Pauly.
Watch a troll video posted by Nivin fans here:
Have a look at the Malayalam and Telugu video songs:
First when people heard the audio of ‘Evare’, many commented that though the music has been copied, it still has the life and magic of the original version. But the video has spoiled the taste for many. Let’s hope that Premam Telugu version proves to be good…