4.8/5 - (15 votes)


“Baby” is a film that has gained attention due to its chartbuster songs. Directed by Sai Rajesh, the film features Anand Deverakonda, Vaishnavi Chaitanya, and Viraj Ashwin in leading roles. The film has been released in theaters today, and let’s see how it fares.


DIRECTORSai Rajesh Neelam
WRITERSai Rajesh Neelam
CASTAnand Deverakonda, Vaishnavi Chaitanya, Mounika Reddy, Seetha, Nagendra Babu, Lirisha, Viraj Ashwin, Sathvik Anand Bandela , Prithviraj, Kusuma Degalamarri
MUSICVijay Bulganin
PRODUCED BYSathish Dasari– executive producerDheeraj Mogilineni – co-producerSKN – producer


Vaishnavi (portrayed by Vaishnavi Chaitanya) and Anand (enacted by Anand Deverakonda) hail from an underprivileged neighborhood, where their hearts found solace during their high school days as young sweethearts. Anand fails to go to college and becomes an auto driver, while Vaishnavi joins college. Vaishnavi goes through a major transformation, and it is during this time that she comes close to Viraj (Viraj Ashwin). Slowly, problems arise between Vaishnavi and Anand. An unexpected incident occurs that completely changes the lives of Viraj, Anand, and Vaishnavi. What happened next? What impact did this incident have on all three of them? This forms the very essence of the narrative.


“Baby” serves as a captivating exploration of contemporary connections, as director Sai Rajesh artfully illuminates the selected theme by intricately weaving together three exquisitely crafted characters, each possessing their unique qualities and perspectives. The impactful writing will make the audience connect with the main characters by the end of the film. The scene where Viraj and Anand meet for the first time is the biggest attraction.

The second half of the film is quite good with a perfect mix of drama, emotions, and intense moments. The dialogues make “Baby” even more endearing, which will touch the hearts of the targeted audience. It has several moments that are applause-worthy and can resonate with the youth. Some scenes are intentionally crafted to impact the youth, and they come off well.

Anand Deverakonda surprises everyone with his brilliant performance. We get to see a different side of Anand as an actor through “Baby,” and the director has beautifully tapped into his full potential. It is a challenging role, especially for an emerging artist, but Anand brings life to it with his sincere acting.

Vaishnavi Chaitanya is an enigma in this romantic drama, and the young actress’s performance speaks volumes about her talent. Her character arc is well designed. Even in emotional scenes, Vaishnavi has delivered a commendable performance. The phone call scene with Anand Deverakonda is excellent. Viraj Ashwin gets a solid role, and he performs well on-screen. This is perhaps the best role portrayed by Viraj so far, and he has done complete justice to it.

When a romantic drama gets a good album, the result is “Baby.” Each song composed by Vijay Bulganin is excellent, and the impressive background score enhances the impact in several scenes.


The film is quite lengthy, with a runtime of nearly three hours. The producers could have trimmed some scenes for a better experience, especially in the first half. The film’s modern sensibilities may not resonate with all individual’s preferences and tastes.

The first hour moves at a slow pace, and the film becomes more interesting from the portions before the interval. While there are good moments and dialogues, they are few and far between. The pace loses its impact to some extent. Many times, the first half gives a feeling that it is dragged.


As mentioned earlier, Vijay’s music is a major asset for “Baby,” which takes the film to the next level. Talking about technology used, cinematography by Balreddy is excellent, and the visuals are captivating. The songs have been picturized beautifully. The editing is slow in the first half, but it is fine in the later hours. The production values are top-notch.

Talking about writer and director Sai Rajesh, he has done a commendable job with “Baby.” While the first hour wasn’t as good, he has crafted a much better second half that is a blend of intense emotional scenes and solid dialogues. Sai Rajesh has extracted the best performances from his actors and made excellent use of the music. His dialogues are fantastic and carry deep meaning. If the first half had been a bit more engaging, the film’s range would have increased even further.


Overall, “Baby” sheds light on modern relationships in a clear and straightforward manner and reaches its pinnacle. Anand Deverakonda, Vaishnavi Chaitanya, and Viraj Ashwin deliver remarkable and commendable performances that leave a lasting impact. The heart of the second half is in the right place, but due to the slow pace of the first half, the impact is slightly diminished, which could have been better.

However, “Baby” offers an enjoyable cinematic experience this weekend that shouldn’t be missed. Embrace the opportunity and immerse yourself in its charm.


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