Title – Sarvasva, Producers – Vimal and Vamadev, Direction – Shreyas Kabadi, Music – V Sridhar Sambram, Camera – Bhupinderpal Singh Raina, Cast – Tilak, Chetan, Sathvika, Ranusha and others.
The first time director Shreyas Kabadi has all the patience in his narration and he expects the same from the audience.
The film has suspense at the interval point and in the second half the younger brother on wheel chair getting up is another surprising element. These two things you have to watch means you have to sit in this 108 minutes ‘Sarvaswa’.
At the childhood a young boy express his intention of coming in Television box. Another youth in the orphanage plan for escape. They land up in a transport lorry. Here they find a small girl kidnapped and tied in a gunny bag.
All the three escape but the young girl misses out. As they grow the young boys grow like brothers. One is towards love and elder develop hate. The elder advice the youngster not to fall in love but to the great coincidence he falls to the same girl now grown up who was lost in young age. In a fit of anger while traveling with younger brother elder push him outside the car. That leads to accident. In the hospital it is declared that the younger cannot move for spinal card injury. This is the suspense part for audience till the youth on wheel chair becomes a film star. Only after that position he gets up to the shock of everyone.
There is a sacrificing element between brothers Tilak and Chetan that you have to watch in the silver screen where ‘Sarvaswa’ is shown. Finally true love wins.
Tilak is cool and composed. Chetan in his first film is promising. Sathvika and Ranusha have nothing much to exhibit their talent.
Sridhar Sambram haunts from two melodies, cinematography of Bhupinderpal Singh Rai is absorbing.
This is a film for all sensible film lovers.