‘Like, Share & Subscribe’ Film Cast & Release Date
Last updated on July 25th, 2023 at 11:30 am
Santosh Shoban & Faria Abdullah starrer film ‘Like, Share & Subscribe’ portrays the story of YouTubers who want to popularize their channels.
Santosh Shoban and Merlapaka Gandhi have created the comedic film Like, Share & Subscribe, which capitalizes on the popularity of Santosh Shoban’s Ek Mini Katha among young people.
The female protagonist is portrayed by Jathi Ratnalu actress Faria Abdullah. Let’s see how the movie does now that it has premiered.
In an effort to boost the popularity of his YouTube channel Guvva Vihari, Viplav (Santosh Sobhan) hooks up with renowned cameraman Daniels (Sudarshan). To film a travel vlog, they both travel to Araku.
Viplav encounters Vasudha Varma (Faria Abdullah), a well-known YouTuber and his muse, during this process.
Viplav constantly attempts to win Vasudha over, and as a result, they get into serious difficulties. What the heck is wrong?
Was Vasudha rescued from this issue by Viplav? Has he managed to earn Vasudha’s love? The remainder of the story is made up of this.
The film has a seriously weak premise and doesn’t give much after a certain point. It drags on needlessly and continues without a good screenplay.
Although there is an undertone element in the movie, it is entirely derailed, and the comedic angle predominates the serious portion.
The goofy humor also makes the emotions poorly expressed and artificial-looking. The movie has a plausible plot and, with a stronger screenplay, may have been entertaining.
However, the director solely focuses on the entertaining side, leaving out the essential component, which makes the movie tedious.
We can see how uninteresting the script is thanks to the Sapthagiri track and other scenes in the second half.
To make things more organized, the length may have been cut. The songs also don’t have much of an impact and lengthen the piece.
Santosh Shoban makes a strong impression right away in the movie. The young actor gives a natural performance throughout the movie and does a decent job in the comedic scenes. Santosh is a good dancer and has a nice appearance in the film.
Faria Abdullah is able to draw attention once more with her endearing appearance and talent.
Faria has a certain kind of naivety, which is appropriate for her part in Like, Share, & Subscribe. She is the one to keep an eye on because she commands the screen so well.
Brahmaji and Sudarshan have more screen time after the main characters and work hard to keep us watching the movie. A few dialogues are created with social media users in mind, and they do okay.
Like, Share & Subscribe is a letdown of a movie overall. Despite the efforts of the key actors, Sudarshan and Brahmaji, the film is unappealing to watch this weekend due to the screenplay’s lack of seriousness and underplaying of important plot themes. You can ignore it and look elsewhere.