Through Latha Srinivasan This short Telugu movie, Pareshan, starring Rana Daggubati and directed by Rupak Ronaldson, is set in Singareni (Telangana). A group of pals named Isaac (Thiruveer), Balaji nicknamed RGV, Sathi, and Pasha reside in this unremarkable village that is home to only a coalmine. Drinking, hanging out with Tiger Seenu anna, and romancing the local girls are the mainstays of their unemployed life.
While now assisting the church pastor in interpreting his sermons in shaky English, Isaac’s father once worked in a coal mine. He continually chastises him for failing his classes and lazing about aimlessly while still trying to find him a job.
As for the performances, it was an ensemble cast, and each performer did a good job in their individual roles. They were perfect for the role of the village’s youth. Telugu-speaking folks may find this amusing because of their typical Telangana mannerisms and speech pattern. Thiruveer, who gained notoriety thanks to Masooda, is the most well-known actor in the cast and carries the movie.
Pareshan is a respectable attempt by the director to produce a village-centric comedy that offers views into everyday village life, including Seenu’s wedding festivities, church services, and other events. However, one wishes the plot had a little bit more to offer in order to increase its effect.