In filmmaker Shiva Nirvana's "Kushi," which ups the feel-good element and avoids delving too deeply into its conflict, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Vijay Deverakonda channel their charisma.

Kushi (2023)
Kushi (2023)

After viewing Kushi, one of the things that stuck in my mind was how meticulously it had been crafted to be a feel-good movie.

 After their individual underwhelming past films, the central trinity of director Shiva Nirvana, stars Vijay Deverakonda, and Samantha Ruth Prabhu, requires box office success. Therefore, great care has been taken to make Kushi a fun family entertainment. 

The endearing protagonists are paired with a romantic drama that's packed with humour, catchy music, and plenty of allusions to Mani Ratnam flicks, including Vijay and Samantha.

Shiva Nirvana uses a straightforward approach to demonstrate how love can overcome differences.

Some of the characters are purely one-dimensional, and the examination of ideology only goes so far. 

When the parents enter the room, Kushi starts to sway. It is a reflection of how egoistic the human mind can be at one time when a parent responds to learning of a tragic incident by saying, "I told you so," rather than providing emotional support. 

In the last section, the dispute is resolved and two completely different individuals cross paths in the middle.

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