April 29th – Letter “Y”
Story – It is a love story between a young guy called Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) and Jessie (Samantha). Karthik is a mechanical engineering graduate but wishes to be a film director. With the help of his friend Krishna, Karthik gets introduced to the director Puri Jagannadh and request him to take him as his assistant. Meanwhile Karthik family who are Hindus, shits to a new house in the ground floor, which is a two-storied building in which the above house Mr. Thekekuttu a Malayalam Catholic family lives. That is where Karthick for the first time sees Jessie who is two years elder to him and is working. Karthik falls in love with Jessie which is love at first sight; he then follows Jessie every day. One day Karthik express his love to Jessie but gets angry who is afraid to speak to men when her father is around as he is very strict. After that Karthik meets Jessie several times, after which she finally admit she likes him too.
But will Jessie accept his love? Will Jessie’s parents accept Karthik? Will Jessie and Karthik break-up due to family pressure? Will Karthik dream of becoming a filmmaker come true? To get all the answer to these questions you will have to watch this lovely romantic movie.
My Say on the Film – A lovely romantic movie and the songs are pretty good. Movie is focused on the two main leads which is Karthik and Jessie; hence their acting is very good and I must say they have done justice to their roles. The screenplay, cinematography, visual effects is good.
Closing Remarks – In India it is very difficult for both sides of the families to accept an elderly lady to be married to man who is younger than her. This movie brings out a very mature and sensitive topic which is filmed very raw & realistic. Over all is a wonderful movie to watch and that stays in your heart and mind for a very long time.