Lingoccha Review: The disappointing romantic drama.
Lingoccha Review: The disappointing romantic drama.

Review: The disappointing romantic drama Lingoccha

Lingoccha Movie Release Date: October 27, 2023

Movie Rating: 2.25/5

Starring: Thaguboth Ramesh, Uttej, Kunal Kaushik, Supyardee Singh, and Balveer Singh

Supervisors: Anand Bada

Yadagiri Raju, producer

Musical Director: Due to Raj

Editors: Shashikanth, Bada, and Maddy

Renowned for Narappa and C/o Kancherapalem The film Lingoccha is the latest creation from Karthik Ratnam. Today is the film’s premiere, which was directed by Anand Bada. See how things stand.


Shiva (Karthik Rathnam) and Noorjahan (Supyardee Singh), who have been infatuated with each other since they were young children, are the subjects of Lingoccha, a story set in Hyderabad’s Old City. Shiva waits for Noorjahan, even though she abruptly departs for Dubai. The couple rekindles their romance when Noorjahan returns to India after a long absence.

Plus Points:

Proven artist Karthik Rathnam makes another impressive impression with Lingoccha, the young actor’s project. It’s enjoyable to watch him portray Shiva with such sincerity and ease. His emotional outburst in the climactic scene is a testament to his talent.

As the main female character, Supyardee Singh is quite remarkable. Her body language and facial expressions are perfect, and she gave her role full justice. There was too much chemistry between Suyardee and Karthik Rathnam. It’s okay, with a few enjoyable scenes in the first half.

Minus Points:

The oldest storyline of Lingoccha is its greatest flaw. The girl’s parents are against their relationship, and the lead pair are not followers of the same religion. Since there haven’t been many movies lately with original concepts, it matters how those everyday stories are told. However, Lingoccha’s story lacks excitement and is chock full of uninteresting scenes.

The second half was dull from beginning to end, but the first half was passable. The intended impact is absent because the hero and heroine’s conflict point isn’t established sufficiently. Although the chosen point makes sense, it hasn’t been communicated well. The latter part of the story sees a major character change for the hero.

This is hurried, and the director could have done a better job of presenting the material. As the movie goes on, the pacing becomes a little slow, and the editing crew could have done a better job. In many scenes, the intended humor fell flat. The character of the heroine’s brother is ill-conceived.

Technical Features:

director of music because Raj handled Lingoccha fairly well. The Old City has been captured quite effectively, and the visuals are good. The editing was far from perfect. It’s a good production value.

Anand Bada, the director, chose a cliched plot and delivered it in a dull voice. The conflict point isn’t handled well, and the movie could have benefited greatly from greater attention to this detail.


Lingoccha is an old-fashioned romantic drama with a dated plot overall. Although the film’s lead actors, Karthik Rathnam and Supyardee Singh, did a respectable job, the screenplay isn’t very interesting. Lingoccha is a tedious watch because of its weak second half, although the first half offers a few good moments.


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