‘I Love You Idiot’ OTT Release Details: Telugu-Dub of ‘Kiss’ Titled ‘I Love You Idiot’ streams on Aha Video
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- Sreeleela and Virat’s Kannada film, Kiss, was well-appreciated by the audience.
- The film was dubbed recently in Telugu language as ‘I Love You Idiot’ and was a direct to OTT release
- Fans can watch I Love You Idiot on Aha Video
Sreeleela is an up-and-coming actress in the Telugu film industry who gained popularity with her surprise hit debut film, “Pelli Sandad,” produced by K Raghavendra Rao. Since then, she has been one of the busiest actors in the industry, with a growing fan base.
I Love You Idiot: OTT Release Details
The Telugu OTT platform, Aha Video, recently announced that it has acquired the post-theatrical streaming rights of Sreeleela’s film, “I Love You Idiot.” The film is a Telugu-language dub of superhit Kannada film, Kiss. The romantic comedy premiered on April 7th and is sure to be a hit among Telugu audiences due to Sreeleela’s increasing popularity.
I Love You Idiot ( telugu)
Now Streaming On @ahavideoin
I LOVE U IDIOTಐ ಲವ್ ಯು ಇಡೀಯಟ್
— AP Arjun (@AP_Arjun_film) April 8, 2023
I Love You Idiot: Cast and Crew
Directed by A. P. Arjun and produced by V. Ravi Kumar, “I Love You Idiot” stars Viraat and Sree Leela in lead roles. The cinematography is by Arjun Shetty, and the music is composed by V. Harikrishna and Adi Hari.
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I Love You Idiot: Premise
The film is an adaptation of the Korean movie “100 Days with Mr. Argent.” It follows the story of Arjun, a millionaire who offers Nandini, an architecture student, two options when she accidentally damages his car: work for him for 72 days or give him two kisses. Nandini chooses to work for him and gradually realizes that Arjun is not the arrogant man she thought he was. As she develops feelings for him, she leaves him after their agreement ends. What follows are events were Arjun tries to win her heart.
I Love You Idiot: Review
While the film features typical elements of Telugu cinema, including comedy scenes and certain visuals, the storyline is not entirely unique. The acting by first-time actors Viraat and Srili is average, with a lack of chemistry between them. Additionally, the dubbing for Viraat’s character is poorly done, and some of the other dubbing is subpar. Despite these flaws, the film has some enjoyable scenes.
Sreeleela made her debut in the Kannada film industry with “Kiss,” directed by A. P. Arjun, opposite Viraat. The film was a commercial success and kickstarted her career. She then scored a hit with her second film, “Dhamaka.” She is currently working with big names in Telugu cinema, including Mahesh Babu, Panja Vaisshnav Tej, Nandamuri Balakrishna, Naveen Polishetty, Ram Pothineni, and Nithiin.
Sequel of Kiss
A. P. Arjun has revealed plans to make a sequel to “Kiss,” further cementing Sreeleela’s position as a rising star in the Telugu film industry.