Savyasachi (2018 film)

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Savyasachi poster.jpg
Directed byChandoo Mondeti
Produced byNaveen Yerneni
C.V. Mohan
Y. Ravi Shankar
Written byNaveen Kumar
Music byM.M. Keeravani
Edited byKotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Release date
  • 2 November 2018 (2018-11-02)
Running time
131 minutes

Savyasachi (transl. Ambidextrous) is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language action film directed by Chandoo Mondeti and produced by Naveen Yerneni, C.V. Mohan and Y. Ravi Shankar under the banner Of Mythri Movie Makers. The film features Naga Chaitanya, R. Madhavan in his Telugu debut, Niddhi Agerwal and Bhumika Chawla in the lead roles, while Eesha Rebba made an extended cameo appearance in the film.


A bus meets with an accident with 21 passengers. Vikram (Naga Chaitanya), was the only one that survived the accident. Vikram has vanishing twin syndrome, which makes Aditya (Chaitanya), Vikram's invisible twin brother, control his left hand.

A few days after the accident, Vikram is shown to be an advertisement director with his assistant Kittu (Vennela Kishore). The latter gets a client named Chitra (Nidhhi Agerwal). He reveals that Chitra was his love when they were in college. He makes an ad that shows everything from the 80s to the 90s. The ad becomes a hit, and an ad company asks Vikram to take the ad in America. The latter takes the shot in America with Kittu as the director. Vikram then reconciles with Chitra.

When Vikram comes back from America, he learns that his house exploded because of a bombed gas cylinder. He learns that his brother-in-law (Bharath Reddy) and his beloved niece Maha (Dishita Sehgal), died from that accident. Vikram gets overwhelmingly devastated but then learns that Maha is still alive and tries to find her. He learns that someone kidnapped Maha. With anger, Aditya kills all the men sent by the kidnapper and swears to find him. He tries to get help from a police officer, but gets nothing.

When he goes to a DNA doctor, he learns that the same day when he admits his pregnant wife to the hospital, the kidnapper sounded like a villager and kidnaps his wife. In order to save his wife, he signs the file in his hand. The next day, Vikram gets a death certificate of the DNA doctor. In order to find out who the kidnapper is, the kidnapper makes Vikram run to all the destinations while he chants devotional chants. While he was running, Vikram drinks water from a local train but later learns that the bottle was sedated, and he starts to sleep. When he is close to finding who the kidnapper is, he falls asleep. Chitra picks him up later on.

Vikram still recalls all the destinations he ran to and then learns that his name starts with A. To find out his connection with him, he searches for everything but learns that the chants he was chanting were marriage chants. He learns that he is Arun Raj Verma (R. Madhavan), his sister's almost-married husband. Vikram goes to his father to learn why he is like that. He learned that he had a bad life before and not marrying Siri (Bhumika Chawla), his sister, made him hungry for vengeance. Vikram investigates the places were he saw the unconscious boy, and the back window was full of dust. He dusts the window and sees the number 21.

Vikram then gets beaten up by a gang sent by Arun, but Aditya saves him. He goes to Arun's hideout, and Vikram and Arun engaged in fight, where Vikram sees Maha is in danger, she was going to fall on machine. Vikram tries to save her, but Arun hits him with statue. Vikram gets conscious and Aditya fractures Arun's hand and beats him and throws him on TV. Vikram catches falling Maha, and saves her from falling. Arun, still injured throws anchor on Vikram, but Aditya catches and throw back that anchor on Arun, killing him. Before dying, Vikram tells him that the person who creates change is good person, but person who destroys humanity is an evil.

In the end, Vikram praises Aditya for saving him, but then Aditya touches a stranger (Eesha Rebba), and Vikram apologizes. He pleads Chitra to tell her about the syndrome, but she gets mad at him and leaves him. Vikram then gets mad at Aditya.


Production and release[edit]

Savyasachi entered its final stage of filming in July 2018. Post-production was wrapped up in September 2018. The film was originally planned to release in March 2018, but it was postponed to June 2018 and was further delayed to November 2018.[2]


The music was composed By M. M. Keeravani and released by Lahari Music.[3] The track "Ninnu Road Meedha" is a remix of Akkineni Nagarjuna's classic hit song "Ninnu Road Meeda" from the film Allari Alludu, which itself is a remake of the Hindi classic "Mere Sapno Ki Rani" from the Bollywood film Aradhana.

Soundtrack album by
  • 26 October 2018 (2018-10-26)
LabelLahari Music
T-Series Telugu
ProducerM. M. Keeravani
M. M. Keeravani chronology
Track list
1."Why Not"Ananta SriramPVNS Rohit, Manisha Eerabathini2:59
2."Ninnu Road Meedha"Ramajogayya Sastry, Veturi Sundararama MurthyPrudhvi Chandra, Mounima Chandrabhatla3:40
3."Okkarante Okkaru"Ramajogayya SastrySreenidhi Tirumala3:26
4."Tick Tick Tick"Ananta SriramHymath, Shreya Goparaju2:51
5."1980,81,82"Ananta SriramRahul Sipligunj2:27
6."Oopiri Ukkiribikkiri"Ananta SriramSri Soumya, Sri Krishna, Mohana Bhogaraju4:00
7."Savyasachi"K Shivadatta, Ramakrishna KoduriDeepu, Ramya, Rahul, Mohana, Hymath, Mounima Ch3:10
Total length:22:33


  1. ^ Jayakrishnan (16 December 2017). "R Madhavan completes schedule of 'Savyasachi'". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 17 April 2018. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Savyasachi Release Date Confirmed".
  3. ^ "Savyasachi". Saavn.

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