Cast: Manjima Mohan,Naga Chaitanya,Baba Sehgal
Direction: Gautham Vasudev Menon
Sometimes an ordinary person who has never dealt with violence in his entire life, finds himself in a
situation where he has no choice but to search for strength within him to fight against evil. Gautham
Menon tries to showcase the unpredictability of life and how people can be a victim of circumstances,
through his film Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo. The film, which starts off as a clean love story, transforms
into an edge-of-the-seat suspense thriller. And if you can look past certain obvious flaws in the
narrative, what you get is an entertaining film.
Naga Chaitanya is a casual youngster who has finished his education and is figuring out life and his
future. Like any young man, he s always hanging out with his group of friends, playing carroms, riding
bikes and talking about girls. His life changes when his sister s friend Leela (Manjima Mohan) comes to
stay in their house. He instantly falls for her and they gradually become friends. Leela later joins
him for a bike trip to Kanyakumari but just when everything seems to be going well, they meet with a
major accident, which changes their lives forever.