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Nani and Sai Pallavi shine in this tale of love
Shyam Singha Roy might not have a story that's completely out of the box but the staging does have the potential to bowl you over. Barring the underwhelming aspects, give this one a chance this weekend if you're longing for something that�s well-made and backed by a stellar cast.(more)
Source: Neesttitha, Times Of India
Nani Levels Up Like A Boss!
Nani levels up as a performer with Shyam Singha Roy. This is technically rich, a treat to the eyes, ears and a film demanding a theatrical watch.(more)
Source: Umesh punvani, Koimoi
The film gets half of it right. But all that feels undone because of how blandly and weakly the other half is written.
The film Shyam Singha Roy gets a lot right about Shyam Singha Roy the character and his story. But all that feels undone because of how blandly and weakly the present day portions are written. Maybe like the film�s title if it had focused on only its titular character the film could have been an epi...(more)
Source: Mukesh Manjunath, Filmcompanion.in
Emotional period drama
Shyam Singha Roy is a classy period drama with an impressive storyline. Nani gives his career-best and director Rahul Sankrytan narrates the film in an emotional manner. The film is devoid of masala entertainment and has a slow pace. Barring this, the film has enough drama for the audience to sit ba...(more)
Source: 123 telugu cinema, 123telugu.com
Nani, Sai Pallavi ooze charm in this revolutionary romantic tale
The period portions of the film is a sight for sore eyes. The retro look of Nani and Sai Pallavi oozes charm. Pallavi's classical dance performance draped in a red saree is a sight to behold. Just her presence on the screen elevates a scene to another level. The period set pieces are minimal but ef...(more)
Source: Manoj Kumar, Indian Express