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"Thank You" Telugu Movie Review

 Akkineni Naga Chaitanya and Director Vikram Kumar collobaration movie "Thank You" is Releasing today.

Duration 2 Hrs 9 Mins   |   Love   |   22-07-2022

Cast - NagaChaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Malavika Nair, Avika Gor

Director - Vikram Kumar

Producer - Dil Raju

Banner - Sri Venkateswara Creations

Music - Thaman S

Story about : Abhiram (Naga Chaitanya) is a self-centric yet persistent man who achieves all the success he wanted in his life.

An incident with his girlfriend Priya (Raashi Khanna) and her uncle Rao (Prakash Raj) leaves him in guilt and conflict with his own ego. The regret makes him revisit his past and how he realizes his good and bad through a different perspective is all about Thank You.

Naga Chaitanya performs really well and matured in Thank You. 

He appears in three different looks to present different phases of his life. 

Malavika Nair acted well. Raashi Khanna is fine, but her role reminds us of World Famous Lover with the live-in and leaving an arrogant person. 

Prakash Raj gets a very routine role and he is wasted. Sushant Reddy is alright. Avika Gor is apt.

Thank You is all about a man clicking the rewind button of his life to learn a different perspective. An incident due to his arrogance and ungratefulness triggers his inner self to revisit the past.

#NagaChaitanya #ThankYouTheMovie Teaser Tomorrow at 5:04 PM

 Akkineni Naga Chaitanya and director Vikram Kumar collabaration movie THANK YOU teaser will be releasing  tomorrow at

5: 04 PM.

Naga Chaitanya and Raashii start shoot of 'Thank You' in Italy

 Actor Naga Chaitanya and Actress Raashi Khann Fly to Italy for the upcoming Movie Thank You, Directing by Vikram Kumar.

This is Chaitanya's second film with Raashii after "Manam" and "Venky Mama" in the past. "Thank You" is directed by Vikram Kumar, who had earlier called the shots on "Manam", too.

Raashi Khanna took instagram and post the news, "Here in Turin and Milan the Covid-19 cases are no longer as many as they are elsewhere. We are a very small unit and we're taking all the necessary precautions. Although I'm here, my heart is still in India,"