Review : Pavitra (Pavithra)

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Pavitra Review: Commendable effort

Writer-director Janardhana Maharshi selected a robust story of a prostitute and tried to deal it delicately. Underneath the colourful and attractive look of Pavitra, many bitter truths of society are revealed which are hard to digest. Ranging from politicians unabashed corruption to hospitals looting of innocents money to fake swamji’s playing with gullible people’s faith, Pavitra portrays many facets of society silently urging for a change. How a prostitute fights with all these ills of the society and emerges victorious is the crux of Pavitra. Let’s find out how Janardhana Maharshi presented this story and what does Pavitra offer to the viewers…

Pavitra(Sriya) is orphaned and her only source of support is her maternal uncle (AVS). Pavitra (Sriya) enters into prostitution in hapless situation to save her mother. In spite of that, she could not save her. From there she picks up and charges about a lakh per night. In order to avoid this dirty trap for other girls in the future, she starts a charitable trust and provides free treatment to the poor patients. She earns money for this noble cause through dark job. A photographer Siva (Sivaji) manipulates girls to share bed with them and records the lovemaking scenes. Later blackmails them. A girl who has fallen prey to Siva’s trick tries to commit suicide. Pavitra saves that girl and traps Siva. She collects money from Siva and does justice to the girls. Not just that she sends Siva behind the bars. Meanwhile MLA (Sai Kumar) son’s Abhi (Kaushik) loves Pavitra. Though he does not like it, MLA accepts to the marriage due to certain compulsions. Though he accepts, he plans to use it as a stepping stone to his political career. MLA plots to kill Pavitra and Abhi and win elections in sympathy wave. How Pavitra smashes MLA’s cruel plan and how she enters Assembly is the has to be seen on screen.

Many movies with prostitute’s storyline have come in the past. All those movies have touched just the dark side of prostitute’s life, depicting their personal life’s trials and tribulations. Pavitra is a fresh departure from them and is very colourful. Also, as the name suggests, the movie runs all through with a noble message. Emotional exchanges between Saikumar-Sriya, Ravi Babu-Sriya reveal the depth of this movie. In fact these scenes gave a perfect take off for the movie. Laptop episode between Sivaji and Sriya is impressive. As a result, first half flies off quickly. Pavitra’s marriage and her entry into politics is depicted in the second half. With Pavitra launching an acerbic but thought provoking attack in her speech on the politicans the movie ends.

Sriya appeared gorgeously after a long time. She is perfect as Pavitra. A lot of changes appear in a girl’s body language before and after marriage. These changes are imminent even if she is a call girl. Shriya has shown her experience and talent in showing this slight variations in her body language. Sriya excelled even in delivering powerful dialogues. She exhibits heroism while mouthing these powerful lines. As a whole, if not the best, Pavitra character is one of the best in Sriya’s career.

Sai Kumar got a powerful character as the one he played in Prasthanam. Even in this film his character shows the same shades of selfishness which he portrayed in Prasthanam. Hats off to Sai Kumar’s voice once again. AVS appears very settled and dignified. His dignified demeanour brought elegance to the character. Though Roja does not have dialogues performs well. Avunu fame Chintu appears lively. All the other actors did their bit well.

While the writer and director in Janardhana Maharshi competed with each other neck to neck, the writer in him triumphs. He has done an excellent job dialogues wise. “Nenu dehanni ammuthunna..meeru ekanga deshanni ammuthunnaru,” (I am selling just my body. You are selling the whole nation) Sriya tells this dialogue referring to politicians. This is just a sample. Many dialogues like these click. At instances where the director in Janardhana Maharshi lagged, writer in him flourished and maintained the pace.

Though Pavitra is fine, it has its share of shortcomings too. In his enthusiasm to tell as much as possible, Janardhana Maharshi has faltered at times. Sivaji episode appears as one movie and the scenes after that appear as another movie. In fact there is no need for Brahmanandam character in the movie. Pavitra’s political entry and winning are shown very quickly without proper logic. In fact the movie should have ended as soon as Sai Kumar’s character exits. Also revealing of Swamji’s true colours is also silly. Srilekha songs are fine in theatre. rerecording is just ok. Barring these shortcomings, Janardhana Maharshi’s bold attempt is commendable. He has designed this movie as an entertaining but highly thought provoking movie. He showed prostitute story in a new light. B and C centres audience will lap up Pavitra.

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